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What is Introspection and retrospection? Where they are used and how they are used?
 
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Introspection means examining a type at runtime in a computer context. Retrospection isn't a computer term. A "retrospective" is looking back at a project after it is finished.

In a non-computer context, introspection means thinking about yourself.
 
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