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what is mvc in java?


MVC stands for Model-View-Controller design pattern which separates the business logic, presentation logic and navigation logic.
Where: 
Model: is responsible for encapsulating the application data (POJO).
View: is responsible for rendering the model data.
Controller: is responsible for receiving the user request, building model object and passing the model object to the view.

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