Does a finally block always get executed in Java?

In Java, a finally block is guaranteed to be executed, unless the virtual machine exits abruptly due to an uncaught exception or a call to System.exit.

A finally block is typically used to perform clean-up tasks, such as closing resources that have been opened in a try block. It is useful for ensuring that these clean-up tasks are always performed, even if an exception is thrown in the try block.

Here is an example of how a finally block is used:

try {
   // Some code that may throw an exception
} catch (Exception e) {
   // Handle the exception
} finally {
   // Perform clean-up tasks

In this example, the code in the finally block will always be executed, whether or not an exception is thrown in the try block.

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