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Java Class Q&A » Class.forName » newInstance 

1. What is difference between "Class.forName()" and "Class.forName().newInstance()"?    stackoverflow.com

What is difference between Class.forName() and Class.forName().newInstance()? I can not get the difference deeply (I have read something about them!). Could you please help me? Thanks.

2. Class.forName().newInstance() related query    coderanch.com

What does Class.forName() return? What does Class.forName().newInstance() return? Which one you need depends on what you need in the end; the thing returned by Class.forName() or the thing returned by Class.forName().newInstance(). As for which one you need for JDBC - unless the JDBC driver is badly written the first one should be enough.

3. Using class.forname().newInstance() and "com.sun.jdi.InvocationException occurred invoking method" e    coderanch.com

I am using class.forname to create a new instance of class.The classname comes from a properties. Lets say i have several classes in two packages. com.package.Parser1 com.package.Parser2 com.package.Parser3 com.package.ParserLoader com.package.ParserInterface net.package.parser4 net.package.parser5 net.package.parser6 net.package.GenericParser On initialisation, the above classnames are put in a vector. The vector is then accessed and each class is initialised as shown below while (tokens.hasMoreTokens()) parsers.addElement( Class.forName((String) ...

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