Helper Class is a Java class which includes basic error handling, some helper functions etc. Helper class contains functions that help in assisting the program. This Class intends to give quick implementation of basic functions such that programmers do not have to implement again and again. It is easy to Access as all the member functions are static that is it can be accessed from anywhere. It implements the most commonly used functions excluding the functions that are already present in java library.
Different helper class contains different methods depending upon the need of the program.
Recommendation : Make a package for this class naming HelperClass and import in your java code
Below is an example of helperclass.
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