Runtime API for interoperability between Kotlin reflection and Java reflection provided by
Provides a way to suppress JVM access checks for a callable.
var KCallable<*>.isAccessible: Boolean
Returns a Java Field instance corresponding to the backing field of the given property, or
null if the property has no backing field.
val KProperty<*>.javaField: Field?
Returns a Java Method instance corresponding to the getter of the given property, or
null if the property has no getter, for example in case of a simple private
val in a class.
val KProperty<*>.javaGetter: Method?
Returns a Java Method instance corresponding to the setter of the given mutable property, or
null if the property has no setter, for example in case of a simple private
var in a class.
val KMutableProperty<*>.javaSetter: Method?
Returns a Java Type instance corresponding to the given Kotlin type. Note that one Kotlin type may correspond to different JVM types depending on where it appears. For example, Unit corresponds to the JVM class Unit when it's the type of a parameter, or to
void when it's the return type of a function.
val KType.javaType: Type
Returns the KClass instance representing the runtime class to which this type is erased to on JVM.
val KType.jvmErasure: KClass<*>
This is an experimental API. Given a class for a compiled Kotlin lambda or a function expression, returns a KFunction instance providing introspection capabilities for that lambda or function expression and its parameters. Not all features are currently supported, in particular KCallable.call and KCallable.callBy will fail at the moment.
fun <R> Function<R>.reflect(): KFunction<R>?
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