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A parameterized command interface is used as an alternative to a string-based command interface. This type of interface prevents [[Injection]] attacks by keeping parameters separate from the command itself.
 
A parameterized command interface is used as an alternative to a string-based command interface. This type of interface prevents [[Injection]] attacks by keeping parameters separate from the command itself.
  

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A parameterized command interface is used as an alternative to a string-based command interface. This type of interface prevents Injection attacks by keeping parameters separate from the command itself.

Examples of parameterized command interfaces include:

  • PreparedStatement in Java