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Instance and static methods

Instance and static methods: Java Integration with .NET Framework
Instance and static methods: Java Integration with .NET Framework

Reynald demonstrates using .NET C# instance methods from Java. He explains that Javonet allows you to create instances of any .NET type that you can store a reference of. Store it by using the Javonet-created NObject Java type, which can hold any .NET object. Learns that to create an instance of a .NET object, you should call the Javonet.New. Also, to invoke a .NET static method from Java, you need to first get the particular .NET type and then call invoke providing method arguments.

Skill Level Intermediate
2h 39m
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Developer Programming Languages .NET Java

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