What is POJO?

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asked Sep 3, 2016 in Java by aksgokhle (180 points)
What is POJO?

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answered Aug 10, 2017 by ironman (810 points)
POJO (Plain Old Java Object) is a java object(class) that hasn't extended another class or hasn't implemented an interface. Few definitions also suggests that it should not have any annotations but many frameworks doesn't considers this as a restriction.
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answered Feb 9, 2018 by robertwright (90 points)

POJO means Plain Old Java Objects. POJO is an ordinary java objects and is not bound by any restriction other than those forced by JLS. Usually POJO is used to describe a class that does not need to be a subclass of anything. It does not implement any specific interfaces of any of the java frameworks. if you want writing service,please contact best dissertation writing service,one of the best writing service available

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