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...this is what wil referred to above. (Although both wil's comment and the documentation on the module claim that the module allows you to "write Perl classes in java" when the fact is that the module appears to allow you to write Java classes in a Perl program. Perhaps the statement is accurate, but I found that it left me confused.)

At any rate, yes, the module allows you to embed some Java into your Perl program and if the module works (an issue the documentation on it leaves in doubt) it would be precisely the solution that would allow your perl program to introspect Java objects.

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In reply to Re: Re: Java Decompilation in Perl by agentv
in thread Java Decompilation in Perl by Stegalex

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