Passing reference-type arguments

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With Javonet, you can very easily pass any object from any runtime as argument to any method from any runtime, or substitute a field or property from any runtime. Instances of objects from any runtime can be stored in your any language application using the special NObject\JObject type variable. When passing the NObject\JObject object to the called method, Javonet just pass it as a reference.


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