Minimization of Time & Cost Factors with Optimized Program-States Using Exception-Handling Constructs in Java (During Analysis and Testing of Programs)
It has been observed that 80% of development time and a lots of memory space is spend over handling the abnormal conditions and exceptions in any programming environment. It also affects the cost factor of program development also. The support for precise exceptions in optimizing Java program states, combined with frequent checks for runtime exceptions, leads to severe limitations on the compiler's ability to perform program optimizations that involve reordering of instructions. This paper presents a basic framework that allows the application programmers to recognize the constraints of application programs in instruction scheduling.