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Objects from File. B&S 2.1.1

 
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Hi ppl,

I'm trying to develope the B&S 2.1.1, I'm on the begin of the begining and have the novice doubt:

I already saw a approved B&S 2.1.3 or 2.3 can't remember now, and the project's owner didn't use any bean, he simply extract the data from file and put it on the screen. My doubt is in the fact that I pretend to use a bean to represent the data extracted. Is It add more complexity ? is it right ?

Thanks and sorry for the bad language, I'm still working on that.
 
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If I make no mistake, you're brazilian too, right?

Yes, you can create a bean to represent a database's record. I did it too. Some people prefer to use a String array, which is okay too.
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Did you notice that am Brazilian for the way that I speak? lol

I'm affraid of essay exam, could my english reprove me ?


yes I'm Brazilian and thank you very much for help.
 
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No! That was because of your name and your email address!

I think your sentences can transmit and demonstrate your reasoning. So no, I don't think you'll fail due to that. Also, this certification demands that we write a lot, so it's normal that we make one mistake every now and then
 
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Thanks again and we'll meet soon on forum, certainly I'll have one thousand doubts... lol

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