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hello everybody.

Can anyone tell me how to create an object without using the new operator?

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Here is my program.
An object 'object' is created using the new operator.
I want to create an object without using the new operator.
Can you suggest how?

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Hi Manoj,
you may not have noticed that you are asking this in the JSP forum, which is not at all related to your question ;) Please be careful next time.

To answer your question, you should try to look at Class#newInstance().
But I don't see how it would help in your example. Maybe you just want to make your check method as static ?
[ July 03, 2007: Message edited by: Satou kurinosuke ]
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