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Submitted: Jun 15 2014 / 13:16

In Java, encapsulation is implemented through usage of private attributes with accessors methods commonly known as getters and setters. Whether this is proper encapsulation is subject to debate and is outside the scope of this article. However, using this method to attain encapsulation when the attribute is a collection (of types java.util.Collection, java.util.Map and their subtypes) is just plain wrong.
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