“Passing Data and Exception Handling” Please respond to the following:
- The concept of parameter passing is critical in writing and maintaining software. Passing arguments is a standard method used in all programming languages. Explain the difference when you use these two (2) methods: passing an argument by value and passing data by reference.
- No program will work 100% of the time. It is important for a program to be able to handle various types of unexpected errors. Try-Catch has multiple ways to trap errors (display an error message and continue execution of the program, display an error message and terminate the program, rethrow the exceptions, etc).
- Give an example of an exception that should cause a program to terminate. Explain why this exception should be handled by terminating the program.
- Give an example of an example that should be handled without terminating the program. Explain why this exception should be handled without terminating the program.