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What is a POJO

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What is a POJO and what is it's use case? I found a reference to it in some JUnit tutorials. Apparently it means a Plain old Java Object, is it just an object? Or is this like... legacy objects?
asked Oct 11 in CSC 285 (F17) by Daniel Zwiener (100 points)

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It seems like POJOs are objects that don't use other special interfaces or frameworks. So for instance if we write a Player class for our game I believe that is classified as a Plain Old Java Object since it is not using any interfaces or frameworks to be functional.
answered Oct 11 by Brandon Thompson (100 points)
selected Oct 11 by Daniel Zwiener