Boccob1 wrote:That's not really very helpful. If you can't tell us what exactly went wrong or what problems you encountered we can't tell you how to overcome them, can we?
I didnt find any solution, I tryied to play with BCEL and JOIE, but unsuccesfully.
Maybe becouse I am not expert at those product, maybe this becouse this is cant be done with those products.If you're not an expert in this, then you should probably stay far away from it anyway. It's not a trivial matter and chances are there's a much easier solution to what you want to achieve.
Boccob1 wrote:No, it is not. It is ill-defined and you can't give us a reason why you want to do it. There are very few valid reasons to do this kind of stuff. That's why I (and others in the other thread) are not certain that the need is indeed there.
The problem is clearly indetified
, so please dont be demagogue.You do know that you're given help here for free, do you? I just want to make sure that I don't help build a overly-complicated, fragile "solution" to a problem that doesn't exist.
ejp wrote:I bet 100 duke dollars that he simply meant "not known at compile time" and that the class is not actually generated at runtime.I need to write Class object to .class file. The Class object is dynamic.How is it dynamic? Where did it come from? how was it created?