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Does the pattern of passing in one object instead of many parameters to a constructor have a name?

If you have a constructor that takes a lot of parameters, like this: public OrgUnitsHalRepresentation(List<OrgUnitSummaryHalRepresentation> orgUnitSummaryHalRepresentationList, int count, ...
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2answers
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What are the different meanings of 'fixture'?

I have some difficulty understanding the concept of "fixture". I know what a test suite is, a test case, a test run, but what exactly is a "fixture"? A parameterized test case? It seems to me that ...
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3answers
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What is the difference between state and field? [closed]

Is state another name for field or is it something different? For example: private int telNumber; can I say about telNumber that it is a state or it is a field?
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2answers
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What is the difference between Enterprise Java vs Core Java? [duplicate]

I have some experience in programming in Java but wondering if someone could explain what is the difference between Enterprise Java vs Core Java? Someone asked me a question on whether I use ...
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3answers
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What is meant by 4 GL?

I came across the term 4GL(generation language) in reading about Oracle ADF Busniess components . I want to know what exactly is 4GL ? This is the actual quote from the book Oracle Fusion Guide: ...
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2answers
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Deprecated vs. Denigrated in JavaDoc?

In the JavaDoc for X509Certificate getSubjectDN() it states: Denigrated, replaced by getSubjectX500Principal(). I am used to seeing Deprecated in the for methods that should not be used any ...
3
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2answers
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Explanation of satellite data from a programmers perspective

I have started reading Part 2 of Introduction to Algorithms and in the section The structure of the data the author/authors says in the context of sorting a sequence of numbers: In practice, the ...
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1answer
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Java: “Heap pollution”

A "Heap Pollution" as in Non-Reifiable Types (The Java™ Tutorials > Learning the Java Language > Generics (Updated)) Why is it called that way?
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7answers
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Difference between Pattern and Principle

What is the difference between Object Oriented Design Patterns and Principles? Are they different things? As far as I understood both of them try to achieve some common goal (e,g. flexibility). So can ...
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3answers
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Why is the folder name “bin” used in some frameworks and languages?

I have been learning Java. And still after a prolonged time I don't know why the name of the folder is "bin" where one find all the tools for java? Is there is any logical reason behind that? I have ...
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1answer
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Difference between Javabean and Java Beans

I'm confused. I've seen two different terms: Javabean and Java Beans. Is there a significant difference between them?
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Good practice and terminology of braces [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Should curly braces appear on their own line? I've come across two methods of using braces with if/for/switch/while/function blocks in Java, JS, C++, and PHP (any ...
2
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6answers
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Enterprise scalable vs internet scalable, what is the meaning & differences?

While reading about Java EE applications, somewhere I have seen people saying they're enterprise scalable, I am confused as to what that really mean? Are Java web applications mainly written & ...
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4answers
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What is Interface in Java programming language? [duplicate]

Last week my lecturer was teaching us about interfaces in Java. However, I failed to understand her explanation that well. Does anyone have a good description, or explanation of Java interfaces, and ...
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9answers
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What is exactly the meaning of “portability”?

I know very well that java is a portable language..and it is the byte-code that makes it portable.. However I've studied also that C is a portable language. "The programs written in C are portable ...
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8answers
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What is a “wrapper” program?

Where I work, employees use a third-party desktop program for their clients. This program saves data to a flat file. My colleague wants to write a Java program that uploads that flat file to a remote ...