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honey the codewitch wrote:
RTTI


Yeah that is the one that I was remembering.

So then that is not sufficient perhaps? Limited in some way?

In Java/C# one can get to things like class name, method names (public and private), method parameters (types), access types, class attributes. All of those can be listed and manipulated.

So for example if a class attribute is private and modifying that is going to help with better unit testing one can write reflection code to modify it. That is the most common use I have used for accessing private attributes. I don't use it that much and seems like bit of a wash versus adding a setter/getter.
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