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invoking method by reflection

 
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I want to invoke a method which look like shown below

public void setFontAndSize(Font f, float size)


to find a "Method" object from the "Class" following method needs to be called

getMethod(String name, Class[] parameterTypes)

I am having problem passing array of class for premitive type float. If I pass Float, it gives NoSuchMethodException.

Class types [] = {Font.class, Float.class}
This gives error

Any idea???
 
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Use Float.TYPE for that.

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Thanks, It worked
 
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