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1. Using reflection in Java to create a new instance with the reference variable type set to the new instance class name?    stackoverflow.com

All the examples I look at for reflection show creating a new instance of an unknown implementation, and casting that implementation to it's interface. The issue with this is that now ...

3. To what does a static reference to ClassName.this actually refer?    forums.oracle.com

"SA" is an inner class, which means it is associated with an instance of the outer class "A". Using "this" within the body of "SA" refers to the current instance of "SA"; using "A.this" refers to the associated instance of "A". Although it looks like a static reference, it is just notation used to reference the other "this". EDIT: Eclipse says ...

4. how to reference class variable by name    forums.oracle.com

hi , i have large number of class fields(variables) , and i want to create a general function that will act on them , by passing thier names , can reflection assist in that , if yes - how , can you give an example ? let say sorting a collection of class Task , by it's field elements (some int, ...

5. how to get reference name in the class    forums.oracle.com

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