I am pretty confused. Is it an Android problem or a problem with Java itself?
When I was debugging an Android application which works with Bluetooth, the flow stopped on an catch block of `IOException` in which I later found out that exception e was null.... It was thrown when I was trying to read from an InputStream.
Yes, it was not a `NullPointerException`, but some other kind of exception which is null - better say thrown un-initialized.
Is it possible? In which scenario can such unitialized exceptions be thrown?
![An exception is null... Note: it's NOT a null pointer exception!!]
Pls. add the code sample throwing exception.
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