reading the content of Package Explorer view (class name, method names & parameter names) in Eclipse using RCP

I have to create an Eclipse plugin to read the content of an interface and create an implementation class for it. We need to copy the method names from the Interface and put some dummy body for each. I have created a content menu item (option that appears on right click of a file).

I want to know how I can read the method names and parameter names in the interface.

Urgent help required.
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Ravi KallaTechnology LeadAsked:
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marklorenzCommented:
You need to get the book on plugins from the experts at Instantiations:

"Eclipse Plug-ins (3rd Edition) by Eric Clayberg and Dan Rubel
http://www.amazon.com/Eclipse-Plug-ins-3rd-Eric-Clayberg/dp/0321553462/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1271422935&sr=8-1

It will answer your question and a whole lot more.  Get the Kindle edition if you need to read it immediately (you can do so on your computer if you don't have a Kindle, or pick up the book @ local bookstore, or pay for overnight delivery on Amazon)
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Ravi KallaTechnology LeadAuthor Commented:
I found the solution of my own... below is the code snippet that helped me.
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Ravi KallaTechnology LeadAuthor Commented:
i referred to below website for above code
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Ravi KallaTechnology LeadAuthor Commented:
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marklorenzCommented:
The referenced article is simplistic and doesn't really cover plugin development in general.  I believe my recommedation is the proper and complete one.
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Ravi KallaTechnology LeadAuthor Commented:
I haven't asked for the complete plugin development. As i am in the middle of the a critical development process, I don't even have time to buy a book and read it completely.  The content in the above link suits my requirement with few changes.

Please check my comment -
>> Urgent help required.
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marklorenzCommented:
that's why i mentioned that you can get it locally in a bookstore.  i also gave you the name of the expert company in plugins because you WILL have issues come up - that simplistic article is a good baby step, but is not valuable for anything beyond the simplistic
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