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May 25, 2009 / Narayan

Object Disposal

Objects are means to understanding OO(Object Oriented) technology. Objects are

everything which we see around our surroundings on Real World.

For eg. Cat, Dog, Computer, Radio.etc and every object has their own functions .

The objects can be created and destroyed as per our need; in the same

way JAVA also have a feature of Object disposal. Objects can be disposed

when they are not in use in future.

What are raw materials ?

–   The data or any object which are available for an object to use when it is responding to a service

demand by executing one of its methods.

Some Object disposal conditions:

  • Simple data or any object references that has been encapsulated as attributes with
    in the object itself.
  • Simple data or any object references that are passed in as arguments in the
    method signature.
  • Data that is made available globally to the application as public static attributes
    of some other class.
  • Data that can be requested from any of the objects that this object has a handle on.

This type of object is mostly used for the quick referencing so most of the experienced programmers

used these type of object for convient in code and to quick load of the application. It creates the

object for some duration only.



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  1. EJP / Jun 9 2009 4:01 am

    This is just 100% meaningless drivel.

    • Narayan / Jun 9 2009 2:07 pm

      how could u say like dat?
      can u prove

  2. Narayan / Jun 9 2009 2:08 pm

    if u r in misconcept then i’ll tell in brief…..

  3. cotton.m / Jun 9 2009 2:59 pm

    None of it makes any sense, thus it is drivel.

    In places it seems like you are trying to enumerate the benefits of OO but much of the information is wrong, you use at the very least unstandard terminology and many of the sentence fragments are incoherent.

    For example “Object have certain disposal condition.” makes no sense. I have no idea what you mean by that but at the very least you’re using incorrect terminology.

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