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K&B Anonymous Inner Class.

 
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You cannot access sizzle directly. There might be a way of doing that using reflection, but that's not in SCJP objectives so you don't need to worry...
 
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I see - thanks ankit. however, can you show me that reflection code to access sizzle?? if its convenient for you?
 
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Alternatively you could include the sizzle in your popcorn class and then call it in the main method
 
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Here's a small code that I created to call a method on an anonymous inner class object which is not a part of the super class of the anonymous inner class.


Remember I'm no reflection guru, I just looked at the docs and this article and made this program...
 
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Hi.. what K&B stands for?..
sorry i don't know it abbreviation..

Thanks..
 
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Hi Leonardo Carreira, the people around javaranch use k&B as short term of book Java 6 Study Guide by Katherine Sierra & Bert Bates.
 
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Leonardo Carreira wrote:Hi.. what K&B stands for?..


It refers to SCJP Study Guide by Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates (K&B = Kathy & Bert)...
 
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Ankit Garg wrote:
Remember I'm no reflection guru, I just looked at the docs and this article and made this program...



Mr.Ankit, it's absolutely fine if you are not guru, i just asked because i was not able to call method "sizzle()" through reflection my self.

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Minhaj kaimkhani wrote:Mr.Ankit, it's absolutely fine if you are not guru,


Well I said that because I had to make the method local class' method (innerMethod) public otherwise I was getting an exception. But I'm sure that non-public members of a class can be accessed using reflection, I just don't know why it didn't work (and I'm not interested in knowing as of now as I don't have any reason why I should learn reflection inside out )...
 
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