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Hi,Im just wondering why isnt addSize correct in the question below when this text seems to suggest it should be:

"JavaBeans methods must be named using camelCase, and depending on the
method's purpose, must start with set, get, is, add, or remove."

Which method names follow the JavaBeans standard? (Choose all that apply.)
A. addSize
B. getCust
C. deleteRep
D. isColorado
E. putDimensions

Answer:
Correct: B and D use the valid prefixes 'get' and 'is'.
Not Correct: A, C, and E are incorrect because 'add', 'delete' and 'put' are not standard JavaBeans name prefixes.

Thanks
 
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Check this thread
 
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Cheers,

That will teach me to do a search first

Regards
David
 
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