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Q: I am using AppleScript for Java and I have a routine that shows up as a property
instead of a method in the automatically generated
Shows up in the AppleScript dictionary as:
I was expecting the dictionary to look like this:
Why is this happening?
A: If you have a method that uses the standard
Java bean syntax for property accessor routines (i.e., methods that are in the format
The method you declared looks like a routine for
setting the value of the
This behavior may actually be preferred since it is a lot easier to script an application as:
[May 17 1999]