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March 05, 2009

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Sikis

Thank you Sir , it is just great !
Best regards

Greg


Does this example work in JavaFx 1.2? I get string out of range exceptions in the getVariables and getMembers api's.
For example:

var i:Iterator;
var targetClassName = "javafx.stage.Stage";
cls : FXClassType = context.findClass(targetClassName);

// this throws
i = cls.getVariables(true).iterator();
while (i.hasNext()) {
println("{targetClassName} has variable {i.next()}");
}

// and this throws
i = cls.getMembers(true).iterator();
while (i.hasNext()) {
println("{targetClassName} has member{i.next()}");
}

// but this succeeds
i = cls.getFunctions(true).iterator();
while (i.hasNext()) {
println("{targetClassName} has function{i.next()}");
}

Jim Weaver

Robin,

Thanks for your kind words, and I'm glad the the blog has helped!

Thanks again,
Jim Weaver

Robin

Hi Jim,

Your blog is awesome!!!
It has helped me a lot and still helping me in developing my project.

Thanks a lot
Robin

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