Reflection Support : Java Reflection Made Easy

@inproceedings{Shams2013ReflectionS,
  title={Reflection Support : Java Reflection Made Easy},
  author={Zalia Shams and Stephen H. Edwards},
  year={2013}
}
Large software projects often require the ability to load and manage new code assets that were not originally available during system compilation. Moreover, testing tools need to inspect and run code components regardless of their structures. Reflection in Java supports these tasks by providing programmers with facilities to dynamically create objects, invoke methods, access fields, and perform code introspection at runtime. These capabilities come at the cost of reduced readability and… CONTINUE READING

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