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Question about callback and inline method

 
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Hi All

The answer to HFSJ chapter 13 mock question 1 are: destroy() is always a container callback method and doFilter is both a callback and a inline method. What's the difference between a callback and an inline method?

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This has been asked and answered many times before. Try searching this forum as the answer is here somewhere...
 
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