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java bean namimg convention

 
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The JavaBeans naming convention only applies to methods, not to class names->true or false
the method name "process_payment" adheres to the JavaBeans naming convention->true or false
 
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i think first one is true but i don't know about second.
 
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Hi

First one true

Second one false.


Remember one thing about JavaBeans .Must have camelcase.

Exp int amount;

public int getAmount(){}
public void setAmount(int amount){}


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