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Java Class Q&A » setter » Parameter 

1. is it must to use parameters in setter methods    stackoverflow.com

I am trying to write a method to set the length of a rack. I am not sure if I have to put a length variable as a parameter in the method

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2. init method with lots of parameters vs lots of setters    coderanch.com

Hi all, Comparing an init() method with lots of parameters vs lots of seperate setters, or maybe a constructor. I'm wondering whether there are any noticable performance or convention when we need to pass in more than 10 different parameters to an instance of a class? by the way lots of these instance are created at the same time and I'm ...

3. How do I invoke a setter method which takes a primitive as a parameter    forums.oracle.com

Get the list of constructors for the provided class and invoke one (prefereably the one without arguments, if it exists) and hope that it is not an abstract class. P.S. It's failing because you are sending an Object array full of Class objects. If all you want to do is invoke the method (and don't give a rat's @ss what values ...

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