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Peter has written this article to help DevArticle readers learn how to create their very own listener interface with Java. A great read for those learning the Java language.

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By: Peter Lavin
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August 07, 2003
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  1. · Listeners in Java
  2. · Article
  3. · Conclusion

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Events are not really “sent” to a listener rather a listener is sent to the event.  The method “addSQLListener” is the means by which this is done – the reporter on the scene if you like. The event is communicated to the interested parties using the public method(s) of the listener. The compiler helps the programmer use interfaces properly by enforcing the implementation of all method(s) of the interface. 
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