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You should handle all exceptions explicitly because the default exception handler in most systems causes the application system to stop executing. Obviously, this is unacceptable in systems that have to have a high level of availability. Even where some other exception handling strategy is used, it is unlikely that a single strategy is appropriate for all different types of exception and the strategy used may lead to a loss of services in the application system.

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