Chapter 16. Intercepting Control Flow


“Nothing is so simple it cannot be misunderstood.”

 --Freeman's Law

Control Flow Defined

Control flow is a sequence of execution of methods and instructions by a thread. The Java virtual machine (JVM) executes Java bytecode instructions in the order in which they are found in the class file. The control flow can be programmed using conditional statements such as if, else, and for or by invoking a method. Intercepting ...

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