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    What does "way one off methods were defined" mean & How this sentence meets grammar?

    "This is the traditional Java way one off methods were defined"

    I can't understand "one off" link two sentences below.

    1. This is the traditional Java way
    2.
    methods were defined

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    Re: What does "way one off methods were defined" mean & How this sentence meets gramm

    Quote Originally Posted by demyank88 View Post
    "This is the traditional Java way one off methods were defined"

    I can't understand "one off" link two sentences below.

    1. This is the traditional Java way
    2.
    methods were defined
    A relative pronoun to link the two clauses is missing.
    "One-off" is hyphenated.
    What is the source?
    I am not a teacher or a native speaker.

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    Re: What does "way one off methods were defined" mean & How this sentence meets gramm

    This is the way that, traditionally, one-off methods were defined in Java.
    I am not a teacher.

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