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What do filters do in a Java Client?

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What do filters do in a Java Client?
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If it is related to http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Java/Q_22479536.html, you know what the answer is.

Its a proprietary class being used in that API

There is a concept of servlet filters but that is on the server side and different from what you are using.
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Any reason for the C grade? You can ask for more clarification if you want.
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