[Java] printStackTrace() over a String

Another little and easy tip I often use. The task is to redirect the Throwable.printStackTrace() over a String object. In this way you can manage the string including it, for example, in an XML stream.

Less words, here it is

// "t" is an instance of Throwable
StringWriter sw = new StringWriter();
PrintWriter pw = new PrintWriter(sw);
String  error = sw.toString();

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