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HFEJB Final Mock Exam Question 35 (page 669)

 
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HFEJB
Final Mock Exam
Question 35 (page 669)

The
A. removc()
can be called because if it exists in the Bean class, it will be a �Plain Old� method ? It is considered a �helper method� ? Just that coincidently its name is confusingly named �remove()� ?

Is this the reason the BProvider can call the method ?

OR

Are we talking about this bean calling another bean�s remove() method ?



Any clarification is much appreciated. Thanks.
 
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