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prepared statement

Rambabu Gonela
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Hello..

prepared statement in jdbc means its precompiled statement.. ok..i have one doubt .. where it will compile in java compiler or any other compiler.. and where it will store after compilation
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Closing accidental duplicate thread. See original for answers.


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