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What could be a bullet-proof Java class in your view?

PS:How about some funky replies.
 
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private of the private of the private....goes on
 
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The class which does not give any access to Royal Enfield Bullet.

 
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Originally posted by Ulf Dittmer:
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Suddenly after 30 seconds, just as I was leaving the thread, I realized this was "KevlarVest".
 
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Thanks Paul. Brain cramp

The class will of course be in the package com.colt.smith.wesson or some such.
 
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Originally posted by Rajah Nagur:
What could be a bullet-proof Java class in your view? ...


One form might be something like...
 
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Originally posted by Rajah Nagur:
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[ December 14, 2007: Message edited by: marc weber ]
 
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This school needs it most


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Surely a bullet-proof class is one which will not run from a shell.
 
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you had advanced knowledge of these school shootings that are happening nowadays didn't you?
 
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Its not the class that needs to be bulletproof but your object. Learn by doing. As soon as your code instantiates aim your rifle at the HD and start firing furiously at point blank range, then sift through the debris and look for anything that might resemble objects made from said class. You may have to destroy alot of disks for this to find the right class but "as disk costs are these days..."
 
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Originally posted by Ulf Dittmer:
Thanks Paul. Brain cramp



You shouldn't have admitted it. I took it to be a subtle and ironic point. Even a class that you thought should be bullet-proof can be taken down by a typographical error.
 
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Originally posted by Rajah Nagur:
What could be a bullet-proof Java class in your view?

PS:How about some funky replies.




[ January 03, 2008: Message edited by: Chetan Parekh ]
 
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I feel any class or object that cant be altered by "Bullet" class's objects should be considered as BulletProof class....
 
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