Most programming languages throw an
exception at run time. For handling the exception, they use a try-catch block.
The possible reasons for this are as follows:
Let’s see that in the following example.
// Declare and initialize a number with 0 const num1 = 0; // Declare and initialize a number with a positive integer const num2 = 10; // Declare and initialize a number with a negative integer const num3 = -10; // Divide by zero with a zero console.log("Divide by zero with a zero:", num1 / 0); // Divide by zero with a positive integer console.log("Divide by zero with a positive integer:", num2 / 0); // Divide by zero with a negative integer console.log("Divide by zero with a negative integer:", num3 / 0);
num2with a positive value.
num3with a negative value.
num1with 0, and print the output on the console.
num2with 0, and print the output on the console.
num3with 0, and print the output on the console.
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