Mined Opinions For API: java.lang.reflect

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  • It's just simple recursion: introspect one type (with super-types etc) for fields, methods (see JDK javadocs for Class); find actual values of fields using java.lang.reflect.Field, rinse repeat.And if you want to get fancy, keep track of already resolved objects to handle cycles (or shared refs).. details
  • to use JavaType, you need to construct method by passing java.lang.reflect.Type into TypeFactory (check out JavaDocs for details), respectively: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • Smart guy, voyager, you've just copied in the standard Java JSON classes' documentation.. details
  • If J2ME has java.io.IOException; java.io.Writer; java.lang.reflect.Field; java.lang.reflect.Modifier; java.lang.reflect.Method; java.util.Collection; java.util.HashMap; java.util.Iterator; java.util.Map; java.util.TreeSet;, then you could use the first one, as they are simple java classes.. details
  • Anyway, when trying you code I'm getting an Exception at ParameterizedType ptype (ParameterizedType) targetType; java.lang.ClassCastException: java.lang.Class cannot be cast to java.lang.reflect.ParameterizedType.. details
  • It is not working for me java.lang.reflect.Type listOfTestObject new TypeToken>(){}.getType();String str gson.toJson(commentInfo, listOfTestObject);JsonElement commentObj gson.toJsonTree(str); and myObj.add("commentInfo", commentObj);out.println(myObj.toString()); Is it correct.. details
  • This is the fist thing I have tried , unfortunately this wont work.. details
  • I think there is no java.lang.reflect package in MIDP 2.0.Will make hard to make a generic parser.... details
Summaries the opinions about java.lang.reflect using topic modeling.
  • 0. util javadocs simple iterator copy standard documentation hashmap pass writer: 4
    • It's just simple recursion: introspect one type (with super-types etc) for fields, methods (see JDK javadocs for Class); find actual values of fields using java.lang.reflect.Field, rinse repeat.And if you want to get fancy, keep track of already resolved objects to handle cycles (or shared refs).. details
    • to use JavaType, you need to construct method by passing java.lang.reflect.Type into TypeFactory (check out JavaDocs for details), respectively: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Smart guy, voyager, you've just copied in the standard Java JSON classes' documentation.. details
    • If J2ME has java.io.IOException; java.io.Writer; java.lang.reflect.Field; java.lang.reflect.Modifier; java.lang.reflect.Method; java.util.Collection; java.util.HashMap; java.util.Iterator; java.util.Map; java.util.TreeSet;, then you could use the first one, as they are simple java classes.. details
  • 0. parameterizedtype commentobj myobj listoftestobject commentinfo str gson thing tojson add: 4
    • Anyway, when trying you code I'm getting an Exception at ParameterizedType ptype (ParameterizedType) targetType; java.lang.ClassCastException: java.lang.Class cannot be cast to java.lang.reflect.ParameterizedType.. details
    • It is not working for me java.lang.reflect.Type listOfTestObject new TypeToken>(){}.getType();String str gson.toJson(commentInfo, listOfTestObject);JsonElement commentObj gson.toJsonTree(str); and myObj.add("commentInfo", commentObj);out.println(myObj.toString()); Is it correct.. details
    • This is the fist thing I have tried , unfortunately this wont work.. details
    • I think there is no java.lang.reflect package in MIDP 2.0.Will make hard to make a generic parser.... details
Summaries of the opinions about java.lang.reflect using three algorithms (Textrank, Lexrank and Luhn) adopted from extractive summarization. Each algorithm was used once for the positive opinions and once for the negative opinions.
  • to use JavaType, you need to construct method by passing java lang reflect Type into TypeFactory (check out JavaDocs for details), respectively: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
  • If J2ME has java io IOException; java io Writer; java lang reflect Field; java lang reflect Modifier; java lang reflect Method; java util Collection; java util HashMap; java util Iterator; java util Map; java util TreeSet;, then you could use the first one, as they are simple java classes .
  • Smart guy, voyager, you've just copied in the standard Java JSON classes' documentation .
  • It's just simple recursion: introspect one type (with super types etc) for fields, methods (see JDK javadocs for Class); find actual values of fields using java lang reflect Field, rinse repeat And if you want to get fancy, keep track of already resolved objects to handle cycles (or shared refs) .
  • to use JavaType, you need to construct method by passing java lang reflect Type into TypeFactory (check out JavaDocs for details), respectively: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
  • If J2ME has java io IOException; java io Writer; java lang reflect Field; java lang reflect Modifier; java lang reflect Method; java util Collection; java util HashMap; java util Iterator; java util Map; java util TreeSet;, then you could use the first one, as they are simple java classes .
  • Smart guy, voyager, you've just copied in the standard Java JSON classes' documentation .
  • It's just simple recursion: introspect one type (with super types etc) for fields, methods (see JDK javadocs for Class); find actual values of fields using java lang reflect Field, rinse repeat And if you want to get fancy, keep track of already resolved objects to handle cycles (or shared refs) .
  • to use JavaType, you need to construct method by passing java lang reflect Type into TypeFactory (check out JavaDocs for details), respectively: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
  • If J2ME has java io IOException; java io Writer; java lang reflect Field; java lang reflect Modifier; java lang reflect Method; java util Collection; java util HashMap; java util Iterator; java util Map; java util TreeSet;, then you could use the first one, as they are simple java classes .
  • Smart guy, voyager, you've just copied in the standard Java JSON classes' documentation .
  • It's just simple recursion: introspect one type (with super types etc) for fields, methods (see JDK javadocs for Class); find actual values of fields using java lang reflect Field, rinse repeat And if you want to get fancy, keep track of already resolved objects to handle cycles (or shared refs) .
  • Anyway, when trying you code I'm getting an Exception at ParameterizedType ptype (ParameterizedType) targetType; java lang ClassCastException: java lang Class cannot be cast to java lang reflect ParameterizedType .
  • This is the fist thing I have tried , unfortunately this wont work .
  • I think there is no java lang reflect package in MIDP 2 0 Will make hard to make a generic parser .
  • It is not working for me java lang reflect Type listOfTestObject new TypeToken>(){} getType();String str gson toJson(commentInfo, listOfTestObject);JsonElement commentObj gson toJsonTree(str); and myObj add("commentInfo", commentObj);out println(myObj toString()); Is it correct .
  • Anyway, when trying you code I'm getting an Exception at ParameterizedType ptype (ParameterizedType) targetType; java lang ClassCastException: java lang Class cannot be cast to java lang reflect ParameterizedType .
  • This is the fist thing I have tried , unfortunately this wont work .
  • I think there is no java lang reflect package in MIDP 2 0 Will make hard to make a generic parser .
  • It is not working for me java lang reflect Type listOfTestObject new TypeToken>(){} getType();String str gson toJson(commentInfo, listOfTestObject);JsonElement commentObj gson toJsonTree(str); and myObj add("commentInfo", commentObj);out println(myObj toString()); Is it correct .
  • Anyway, when trying you code I'm getting an Exception at ParameterizedType ptype (ParameterizedType) targetType; java lang ClassCastException: java lang Class cannot be cast to java lang reflect ParameterizedType .
  • This is the fist thing I have tried , unfortunately this wont work .
  • I think there is no java lang reflect package in MIDP 2 0 Will make hard to make a generic parser .
  • It is not working for me java lang reflect Type listOfTestObject new TypeToken>(){} getType();String str gson toJson(commentInfo, listOfTestObject);JsonElement commentObj gson toJsonTree(str); and myObj add("commentInfo", commentObj);out println(myObj toString()); Is it correct .
Summaries of the opinions about java.lang.reflect using Opinosis, an abstractive summarizer of opinions..
Summaries of the opinions about java.lang.reflect using contrastive viewpoints. Each entry contains a pair of positive and negative sentences that are most likely discussing about similar API features.
Summaries of opinions about based on specific API aspects, such as, performance, usability, etc. The 'Overview' page provides an overview of the aspects detected in the opinions. The 'Trend' page shows the distribution of polarity over time for each aspect. The 'Positive Opinions' page groups positive opinions by the detected aspects. The 'Contrastive By Aspect' page shows paris of contrastive opinions under each aspect (where found).
Onlysentiment:
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  • This is the fist thing I have tried , unfortunately this wont work.
Usability:
  • It's just simple recursion: introspect one type (with super-types etc) for fields, methods (see JDK javadocs for Class); find actual values of fields using java.lang.reflect.Field, rinse repeat.And if you want to get fancy, keep track of already resolved objects to handle cycles (or shared refs).
  • It is not working for me java.lang.reflect.Type listOfTestObject new TypeToken>(){}.getType();String str gson.toJson(commentInfo, listOfTestObject);JsonElement commentObj gson.toJsonTree(str); and myObj.add("commentInfo", commentObj);out.println(myObj.toString()); Is it correct.
Features:
  • Smart guy, voyager, you've just copied in the standard Java JSON classes' documentation.
  • N/A
Bug:
  • N/A
  • Anyway, when trying you code I'm getting an Exception at ParameterizedType ptype (ParameterizedType) targetType; java.lang.ClassCastException: java.lang.Class cannot be cast to java.lang.reflect.ParameterizedType.
  • Features: 1
    1. general: 1
      • Smart guy, voyager, you've just copied in the standard Java JSON classes' documentation.. details
  • Usability: 3
    1. general: 3
      • It's just simple recursion: introspect one type (with super-types etc) for fields, methods (see JDK javadocs for Class); find actual values of fields using java.lang.reflect.Field, rinse repeat.And if you want to get fancy, keep track of already resolved objects to handle cycles (or shared refs).. details
      • to use JavaType, you need to construct method by passing java.lang.reflect.Type into TypeFactory (check out JavaDocs for details), respectively: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • If J2ME has java.io.IOException; java.io.Writer; java.lang.reflect.Field; java.lang.reflect.Modifier; java.lang.reflect.Method; java.util.Collection; java.util.HashMap; java.util.Iterator; java.util.Map; java.util.TreeSet;, then you could use the first one, as they are simple java classes.. details
  • Onlysentiment: 1
    1. general: 1
      • This is the fist thing I have tried , unfortunately this wont work.. details
  • Bug: 1
    1. general: 1
      • Anyway, when trying you code I'm getting an Exception at ParameterizedType ptype (ParameterizedType) targetType; java.lang.ClassCastException: java.lang.Class cannot be cast to java.lang.reflect.ParameterizedType.. details
  • Usability: 2
    1. general: 2
      • It is not working for me java.lang.reflect.Type listOfTestObject new TypeToken>(){}.getType();String str gson.toJson(commentInfo, listOfTestObject);JsonElement commentObj gson.toJsonTree(str); and myObj.add("commentInfo", commentObj);out.println(myObj.toString()); Is it correct.. details
      • I think there is no java.lang.reflect package in MIDP 2.0.Will make hard to make a generic parser.... details