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Is possible to get variable name in java?

Eswar Nec
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Joined: May 02, 2010
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Hi,
I have two class. I want to get first class variable name. Not value.

First.java


Second.java


Is possible?
Help me.
Thanks in advance.


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Christophe Verré
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Via reflection : Class#getFields() will return an array of fields. You can get their name via Field#getName()


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subhash kumar
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try reflection.


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Eswar Nec
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Thanks Christophe Verré and subhash kumar for your support.

David Newton
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Why do you need the variable name?
 
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