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comment Would a typical corporate firewall block a Java applet having the following behaviour
All communication with the central server will be via HTTP/HTTPS on ports 80 & 443.
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comment Are there any situations where having a “data model” in which all your entities are instances of a Map<String, Object>
@JarrodRoberson The question is tagged Java
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comment Are there any situations where having a “data model” in which all your entities are instances of a Map<String, Object>
@NimChimpsky Ah yes that make sense. Basically I guess any situation where you don't really care about what it is that you're storing.
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comment Testing for object equality by comparing the toString() representations of objects
Actually, I meant to say primitive rather than instrinsic. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Primitive_wrapper_class
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