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By armelnene
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Published: Nov 23 2012 / 12:46

Though getter/setter methods are commonplace in Java, they are not particularly object oriented (OO). In fact, they can damage your code's maintainability. Moreover, the presence of numerous getter and setter methods is a red flag that the program isn't necessarily well designed from an OO perspective.
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MCII replied ago:

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Neither good nor "evil". JavaBeans is Java's component model. That's it.

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infovation_Softwares replied ago:

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that sound like Sheep and over that SHAMELESS

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sproketboy replied ago:

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ROFL javaworld.

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