Why setMaxAge() and getMaxAge() methods are used in Cookies?
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Answer / abhijitbaji
setMaxAge(), this function sets the maximum age of the
The value of the maximum age is the lifetime of the cookie
It is a decimal non-negative integer.
When the age is greater than seconds of maximum age, the
client SHOULD discard the cookie.
A value of zero means the cookie SHOULD be discarded
getMaxAge(), this function can be used to retrieve the
maximum age of the cookie.
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Answer / tulasi vani
Cookies are created as
Cookie c=new Cookie(name,value);
int getMaxAge() returns the maximum age of the cookie.
If the value is set to zero it will be deleted
immediately.If the age is a -ve number it states that the
age of the cookie is confined to that particular request
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