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Thread: Basic java object question

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    Default Basic java object question

    Hi there,

    If I have an object with several variables, and populate them from class A, can I access that object at a later time from class B?

    If so - how?


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    Default Re: Basic java object question

    Pass this object to class B, either via a setter or a constructor

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