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A Kumar
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Whats the diff between these two concepts..data abstraction and encapsulation.

Whats the diff between a bean and a java bean..
Are they one and the same?

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Stan James
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Try the Ranch search function on this forum and maybe the other Java In General forums. These are common topics and I'm sure you'll find some useful past discussions.


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Originally posted by A Kumar:

Whats the diff between a bean and a java bean..


Yes.


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Stan James
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No, What's on second, Idunno is the diff between a bean and a java bean.
[ April 07, 2005: Message edited by: Stan James ]
 
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