This is a practical tutorial, where you will learn how you can create your own custom annotation types in your Java program. But also an introduction into the Java annotation package, which can be useful for you.

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In Java you have annotations such as “@Override”, “@Id” and more. These are used to adjust the behavior of objects, functions and more.
But you can also create your own annotation (annotation type), where you can define what the annotation should do on the target (objects, functions, etc.) where it’s called. …

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