1. Dynamically find the class that represents a primitive Java type stackoverflow.com
I need to make some reflective method calls in Java. Those calls will include methods that have arguments that are primitive types (int, double, etc.). The way to specify such types ...
2. Determining if an Object is of primitive type stackoverflow.com
I have an
3. Getting default value for java primitive types stackoverflow.com
I have a java primitive type at hand:
I'd like to get a 'default value' for this class - specifically the value is assigned ...
4. How to use getMethod() with primitive types? stackoverflow.com
This is the class:
Now I'm trying to get "reflect" this method from the class:
5. Java reflection & isInstance on primitives stackoverflow.com
I must be missing something here, but I seem to be having some trouble doing some basic reflection. I thought that due to things like boxing that I would receive ...
6. Javassist - How can I get class of primitive types? stackoverflow.com
In my program, I deal with classes and primitive types. If the program finds a class, it simply does one of the following calls :
7. java primitive data type stackoverflow.com
I am creating a criteria query from a java object using reflection. The function is as follows
8. pass primitive types using Reflection api coderanch.com
9. Accessing methods with primitive argument via reflection coderanch.com
10. Reflection using Primitive types forums.oracle.com
11. Method call with reflection and primitive types - Problem! forums.oracle.com
With AspectJ I could easily use thisJoinPointStaticPart.getSignature().getName() to get the name of the method. For the array of Class objects I used thisJoinPoint.getArgs() and from each argument the method received I saved the class of that object in an array. But the problem lies there. Because the arguments are primitive it wraps them in their class wrapper. Like java.lang.Float.