Is there anything like .NETs NotImplementedException in Java?

Is there anything like .NETs NotImplementedException in Java?

Commons Lang has it. Or you could throw an UnsupportedOperationException.

I think the java.lang.UnsupportedOperationException is what you are looking for.

Is there anything like .NETs NotImplementedException in Java?

You could do it yourself (thats what I did) – in order to not be bothered with exception handling, you simply extend the RuntimeException, your class could look something like this:

public class NotImplementedException extends RuntimeException {

    private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;

    public NotImplementedException(){}
}

You could extend it to take a message – but if you use the method as I do (that is, as a reminder, that there is still something to be implemented), then usually there is no need for additional messages.

I dare say, that I only use this method, while I am in the process of developing a system, makes it easier for me to not lose track of which methods are still not implemented properly šŸ™‚

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