Using the Javonet Fluent Interface

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Javonet offers a robust fluent interface that lets you simplify and shorten operations on objects.

I code in:
// Todo: activate Javonet

// add reference to library
Javonet.AddReference(resourcesDirectory + @"\TestClass.jar");

// call static method
string response = Javonet.GetType("TestClass").Invoke<string>("SayHello", "Student");

// write result to console

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