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|Date:||27 Mar 2006 01:18:46 -0500|
|Posted-Date:||27 Mar 2006 01:18:46 EST|
hello my friend i think you have to check out the Java virtual machine
implementation for doing that you have to perform some data structures
that encapsulates all class memebers and methods inside and once the
user refer to that class name in the data structure you retrieve all
its members and initialize its members in memory then the user can
refer to any member inside of that class according to the data
attributes protection if it is public or private or even internal or
portected so you have to look first at Java virtual machine
implementation and try to imitate it my friend.
check the following url and see how they could perform OOP in java
according to their specifications.
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