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Java Class Q&A » class name » anonymous 

1. Anonymous class binary names    stackoverflow.com

I have the following problem: 1) There is some abstract class A with several anonymous subclasses stored in the static fields of A. There is circular dependency between two of the anonymous ...

2. Cast to anonymous class name at compilation time    coderanch.com

I have the following code: final Acme.Serve.Serve srv = new Acme.Serve.Serve() { public void setMappingTable(PathTreeDictionary mappingtable) { super.setMappingTable(mappingtable); } }; Acme.Serve.Serve.PathTreeDictionary aliases = new Acme.Serve.Serve.PathTreeDictionary(); aliases.put("/", new java.io.File("C:\\temp")); ((Server$1)srv).setMappingTable(aliases); The reason of introduction of anonymous class, because method setMappingTable in base class is protected. Now I need to cast access to newly public method, because otherwise compiler will issue compilation error. ...

3. Unexpected class name for declared inner class of anonymous inner class    forums.oracle.com

Interesting. Perhaps I'm going about things the wrong way. I'm writing a [checkstyle|http://checkstyle.sourceforge.net] check that traverses an [ANTLR|http://www.antlr.org/]-spawned syntax tree. I've got a stack of nested class identifiers and need to resolve it to a Class object. In the case of 'com.mycompany.Test$3$1Named', my Stack contains ["Test", "3", "Named"]. Is there no implementation-independent way for me to generate an argument to Class.forName(String)? ...

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