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04/02/2012

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Nitin Reddy Katkam

Comments did not get you into trouble - it's the call to a function that you included in your logging statement. That's object oriented programming for you - it hides the complexity of the implementation. The fault really is that of the original programmer who named the function to seem like it was an accessor method.

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