10/14/2016, 8:20 PM
Okay, more advanced question. I had Java code like this:
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class Sounds {
        private static class Style {
           static final String Version1 = "path/to/resource";
Kotlin converted it to:
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object Sounds {
          private class Style {
             companion object {
               internal val Version1 = "path/to/resource"
The tricky thing on the Java side was to look up the values dynamically, using the field names like so:
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result = (String)Style.class.getDeclaredField(key).get(null);
which was converted to Kotlin:
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but the Kotlin version always returns null. Is there some special magic sauce to make getDeclaredField working? Does that make sense?