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dynamic data

 
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what is dynamic data and how it helps to manage information.??
 
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Champion, it looks the context of this question is very deep... can you please specify it or elaborate it a liitle bit better?
 
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Do you mean something like data being read from a file rather than hardcoded?
 
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Dynamic data is something that is not defined from the beginning. For example, if you wrote a program that calculates peoples age from their date of birth, then the date of birth is dynamic because you cannot tell what the dob is going to be when you code. But, for example, if you say that a day has 24 hours, then that's not dynamic because you can code that in, and it wouldn't change.
 
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"Dynamic data" is not a term that is specific to Java nor is it a term that's commonly used in Java programming.
 
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