This week's book giveaway is in the Other Languages forum. We're giving away four copies of Functional Reactive Programming and have Stephen Blackheath and Anthony Jones on-line! See this thread for details.
"If strict encapsulation is used where even private methods used a standard get<Object> method, you can delay the instantation of the object until it is truly necessary. This concept is particularly important for value objects or other objects used as data transport across a network. This practice minimizes the amount of RMI serialization overhead as well as reducing network traffic."
This is taken from a book. I dont understand how encapsulation where private attributes are accessed thru getters will result in lazy instantiation and how it helps avoid RMI serialization? Please throw some light on this.
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