This takes the given object and returns a string that can be used in
the This is of most use for primitivesso that one doesn't have to
remember the different Java characters representing its primitive
types. This is currently not useful for non-primitive objects
(e.g. lists) until
javaSig is enhanced.
Any R object, but the result is currently only meaningful if this is a primitive.
This examines the class and/or mode of the specified object and then
javaSig to find the name of the Java class
corresponding to the name of the given object's type.
A character vector of length 1 identifying the Java type (primitive or class) corresponding to the type of the input object.
This will be enhanced in future versions as more elaborate conversion mechanisms are added.
John Chmabers, Duncan Temple Lang
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