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    Default what is reflections mechanism?

    what is reflections mechanism in Java, what is difference between aggrgation and compostion in Java?


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    Default Re: what is reflections mechanism?

    What do you think the answers to your questions are?

    This looks a lot like a homework question that you're supposed to investigate on your own, so simply giving you a definition would pretty much be doing your homework for you, which we don't do.
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