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In this example we will discuss about BindException in Java. This exception is thrown to indicate that an error occurred when an application attempts to bind a socket to a local address and port. The main cause of this exception is that either the port is already in use, or the requested address cannot be assigned to the calling application. The BindException class extends the SocketException class, which is thrown to indicate an error while creating or accessing a Socket. In addition, the SocketException class extends the IOException class, which is used to indicate that an I/O exception has been occurred.

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