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what's the difference between mark() and reset?

PLEASE ANSWER MY PREVIOUS QUESTIONS REGARDING MARK() AND RESET(). IT'S IMPORTANT U ANSWER THEM.
 
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Important to who? This is not a paid service. People answer because they feel like helping. No-one's gonna help if you shout.
 
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What are those "mark" and "reset" you talk about - methods in a particular class? If so, you should mention what class that is. There are any number of mark and reset methods in the Java API.
 
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He is talking about this :
http://www.coderanch.com/forums/

Doubling posts, and not willing to make the slightest effort to search by himself.
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