rJava v0.8-2

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by Simon Urbanek

Low-level R to Java interface

Low-level interface to Java VM very much like .C/.Call and friends. Allows creation of objects, calling methods and accessing fields.

Functions in rJava

Name Description
jcheck Java exception handling
jarrayRef-class Class "jarrayRef" Reference to an array Java object
jserialize Java object serialization
java-tools java tools used internally in rJava
new Create a new Java object
.jinstanceof Is a java object an instance of a given java class
jclassName-class Class "jclassName" - a representation of a Java class name
jequals Comparing Java References
jcast Cast a Java object to another class
jrectRef-class Rectangular java arrays
show Show a Java Object Reference
jmemprof rJava memory profiler
jfield Obtains the value of a field
jengine Java callback engineCast a Java object to another class
J High level API for accessing Java
aslist Converts java objects or arrays to R lists
jfloat Wrap numeric vector as flat Java parameter
jpackage Initialize an R package containing Java code
jinit Initialize Java VM
jcastToArray Ensures that a given object is an array reference
jarray Java array handling functions
jnull Java null object reference
with.jobjRef with and within methods for Java objects and class names
clone Object cloner
jobjRef-class Class "jobjRef" - Reference to a Java object
loader Java class loader
jcall Call a Java method
jnew Create a Java object
jsimplify Converts Java object to a simple scalar if possible
jfloat-class Classes "jfloat", "jlong", "jbyte" and "jchar" specify Java native types that are not native in R
Exceptions Exception handling
JavaAccess Field/method operator for Java objects
javaImport Attach mechanism for java packages
jreflection Simple helper functions for Java reflection
rep Creates java arrays by cloning
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License GPL-2
URL http://www.rforge.net/rJava/
SystemRequirements java
Repository CRAN
Date/Publication 2010-01-23 08:27:39

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