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Programming

AOP is great as it allow us to address common concerns in a uniform manner. However, as the program evolves, there may come a time when the designer may want to change the class or method signatures and behavior, and this may result in an aspect no longer functioning or misbehaving because of changes in design assumption. In Java, a change in method signature would result in either in...
on Nov 23, 2004