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sir, i want to knew what is java use instead of C# Delegate . please provide with example.
Posted 1-May-13 20:00pm

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Does Java support delegates?

Not really.
You may be able to achieve the same effect by using reflection to get Method objects you can then invoke, and the other way is to create an interface with a single 'invoke' or 'execute' method, and then instantiate them to call the method your interested in (i.e. using an anonymous inner class).

See how a A Java Programmer Looks at C# Delegates[^]

Cheers,
Edo
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