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J2SE

One of the stumbling blocks I have run into, in my few years of using Java is Java's lack of flexible access visibility mechanisms. The access mechanisms are strictly constrained within the semantics of private, package, protected and public access modifiers. However, in ceratin scenarios this can be a bit constraining. A good example if often when you use light-weight domain modelling using...
on Aug 21, 2005