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Instantiating Non-static Nested Classes in Clojure / 2009-07-08
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In the interest of furthering Google’s ability to solve minor development issues, I should show what I recently learned by trial and error about Clojure’s syntax for instantiating Java’s inner classes. Java distinguishes between static nested classes and non-static nested classes, and the only information I could find on Clojure syntax only applied to the static nested classes, which incidentally are instantiated like this:

(new OuterClass$InnerClass)

Not too hard. Non-static classes on the other hand must be constructed on a member of the outer class. And so

(OuterClass$InnerClass. my-outer-class)

I assume appropriate arguments could be appended to either of those statements if the constructor required it.

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