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    The object cloning is a way to create exact copy of an object. For this purpose, clone() method of Object class is used to clone an object. The java.lang.Cloneable... for more visit here Object Cloning
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    Default Re: Object Cloning

    Golly, we all learned something new; btw copying random paragraphs from the API documentation (nor from any redundant clone) doesn't earn you any points.

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    Default Re: Object Cloning

    Quote Originally Posted by JosAH View Post
    Golly, we all learned something new; btw copying random paragraphs from the API documentation (nor from any redundant clone) doesn't earn you any points.

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    This looks like a plug for their site (note embedded link).

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