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Thread: Business logic class.

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    Default Business logic class.

    Hi,

    For a school project I'm supposed to create a calculator in java swing. The calculator itself is complete and was created using Netbeans. I used the drag and drop method then applying code for simplicities sake.
    However, one requirement has me confused. It states:

    A class that allows a business logic-class to be called
    Before today I didn't have the faintest clue of what a business logic class is. Various articles and links tell me different things, but none can provide a conclusive answer. My teacher describes it as being "the class that does all of the work on the front end", while various links tell me it's something with a database, or looks like a UML. I was simply wondering if anyone could show me in practical form what a business logic-class is, how to call it from another class, and how to implement it into my application. I'm not asking you to ''do my homework'', but provide a practical example. I'm competent enough to figure out where to go after the example has been provided (I hope).

    Kind regards,
    Ares.

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    Is this the Java EE and Jsp? Running it on a container like the apache tomcat 8.5, for whatever purpose used for, would serve that purpose. Though the apache tomcat would require more peripherals to start. I think this would suit its own objectives, including math calculations.

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