member// Read or write an instance field or method
Each JavaObject object contains properties that have the same
names as the public instance fields and methods (but not the static
or class fields and methods) of the Java object it represents. These
properties allow you to read and write the value of public fields
and invoke the public methods. The properties of a given JavaObject
object obviously depend on the type of Java object it represents.
You can use the
for/in loop to
enumerate the properties of any given JavaObject.
Bear in mind that Java is a typed language. This means that each field of an object has a specific datatype, and you can set it only to values ...