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query javascript class for property

Posted on 2012-03-27
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I have a javascript class (one from Sench Touch component class). I would like to be able to query that class to figure out what events it supports.

Is there a way to do this in javascript what is equivalent to reflection in Java?
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gurvinder372 earned 300 total points
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if you need to check whether it has a particular method or property or not, then you simply needs to check

if ( classname.methodOrPropertyName )
{
   //yes supports
}

check this too
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/595766/how-to-determine-if-native-javascript-object-has-a-property-method
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by:bhomass
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this works.

                                                var properties = [];
                                            for (var propertyName in form){
                                                  properties.push(propertyName);
                                            }
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by:bhomass
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good pointer from expert. I had to do some more research to get what I needed.
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