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What exactly do you mean by "size of the class"? Why do you need to know it?
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Um, there are several possible ways to interpret this, and before we try to discuss them all, I think it would be better to get an answer to Ilja's question. Size in bytes of the class in memory? Size in bytes of the class file? Size in bytes of the source file? Number of lines of code in the source file? Some other metric? The question is far too vague right now.