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No Way to Put the init() Method Inside the ActionForward Execute() Method

 
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We cannot put a method inside another method.

When using the Struts, we start with:


I have a void init( ...) { ... } method shown below. Of course, I cannot put this init( ... ) inside the ActionForward Execute( ... ) { ... }

What am I supposed to do? Do I put this void init( ... ) { ... } method before the ActionForward Execute( ... ) { ... } begins?

 
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Why are you trying to do this???
 
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