Unchecked exceptions make your code much simpler. For example, the Spring JDBC Template support can shrink your JDBC code enormously by getting rid of those unsightly try, catch, and finally blocks, and cleanly releasing the database resources like connections, statements, etc. Checked exceptions are also the main reason for Java not having closures till JRE 6.0 as it adds to the complexity.
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