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Iterate on an object

For example, I have a Photograph class; the constructor summary is:

Photograph(java.lang.String location, int width, int height, java.util.Date date, java.lang.String description, Person[] subjects, Event event)

Is is possible for me to loop on an object's attibutes?

For example, can I do something like

Loop on a Photograph, for each attibute, I assign it to a collection. Hence, for a Photograph object, I have 7 collection, each with differet type (string, int, event, date, etc)

Just curious.

1 Solution
Not without implementing it yourself.
ie. there is no builtin support for doing it

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