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    Description: This is the third in a series of excerpts from \"Chapter 5: Working with Complex Data Types\" of Java and SOAP. This excerpt covers passing custom types as parameters. Passing Custom Types as ParametersAs Java programmers, we certainly don\'t restrict ourselves to the classes found in the standard Java packages. A substantial part of our code exists as custom types, Java classes of our own creation that embody the functionality and characteristics of the systems we\'re building.

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    Date Added:05/14/2005
    Last Updated:05/14/2005

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