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Hi there,

Can someone please explain to me what a JavaBean is, how to create one and maybe some example code of one and how it is used???

Any help would be much appreciated as i'm supposed to construct a JavaBean but don't even know what one is!

Cheers,

Emile
 
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Have you read your textbook? I'm only vaguely familiar with these myself, so I won't be able to explain them to you. However, you can use the JavaBeans trail from the Java Tutorial to get you started.

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