I am new to Java programming. From what I read about javabeans it seems they are similar with .h files of c++. That is you write the functions and use these functions anywhere by just including that header file. Correct me if my wrong Thanks,
No Amit.... Java Beans are unlike the header files at all. Java Beans are more like COM if you want to compare to c++ world. Java Beans are just regular java classes that follow a few rules like: they have to have an empty constructor, and a set and get methods for private variables.... there is no equivalent for header files in java (interfaces come close though) cause in java there is no distinction between the declaration of a class and its implementation.
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Roy!! Thanks again for correcting me and providing me useful info. Appreciate that.
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