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How to get java class name pragmatically in any java program?

 
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How to get java class name pragmatically in any java program???
-This is my question if any one having any knowledge regarding this plzz reply....!!!
 
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Welcome to CodeRanch!

Assuming you are in an instance method, you can use reflection to get the name of the current class:


If this isn't what you are looking for, please elaborate.
 
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thanks for your valuable reply.......
 
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