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HttpServletRequest doubt

Sen George
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With reference to the following code,


I know that HttpServletRequest interface extends javax.servlet.ServletRequest interface and the implementing class for ServletRequest interface is the ServletRequestWrapper class. My doubt is that how is a call like 'request.getParameter', for example, resolved at runtime. Is this something done by a container?
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The container will provide a concrete implementation of the interfaces.
 
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