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If an exception occurs in my program, is there any way that I can skip going to the 'finally' block?

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If you have a try-catch-finally setup, the finally block will always execute if an exception occurs. If you're looking for a way around this, you can do a System exit in the try block itself if you never want to trigger the finally block. This is the statement you would use in the try block:

System.exit(0);

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