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Finding the Public Data Fields of an Object

To list the public fields that belong to a Java object, use the fieldnames function, which takes either of these forms.

Calling fieldnames without '-full' returns the names of all the data fields (including inherited) on the object. With the '-full' qualifier, fieldnames returns the full description of the data fields defined for the object, including type, attributes, and inheritance information.

Suppose, for example, that you constructed a Frame object with

To obtain the full description of the data fields on frame, you could use the command

Sample output from this command follows.

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