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The EzcContainer is a small tool written in Java that can be used when creating software using the Dependency Injection/Inversion of Control idea.

When developing an application, EzcContainer can be used as a mechanism through which the
different functional components of the application are instantiated, configured (e.g. by reading parameters
from a configuration file) and invoked. The container also manages the dependencies between
components through dependency injection. Dependency injection means that the container provides, at
instantiation time, each registered component with access only to those components (which are also
registered in the container) with which it needs to collaborate. In the IoC pattern the responsibility for
knowing how to gain access to dependencies does not lie with the individual components but is a job for
the container.
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