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Hi all, I read an article from javaworld saying objects in an object pool can get broken, and you have to repair them in order to return those objects back to the pool. My question is how can you tell if an object is broken, let me know
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hi ,
Can u explain the term object broken ?
this is the first i am hearing such term .
thanks
 
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