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Prototype Implementation in Java

 
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Guys,
How is the prototype implementation is different in java from that of c++.
what is the 'prototypical instance' in java means which is supposed to be cloned in the factory methods.
in c++ i guess it means we are passing a pointer, by cloning which we get an object.
any ideas???
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