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. (member) operator
The left-associative, binary infix
. operator is used to access the member
named by the right-hand operand from left-hand operand.
String args = process.arguments;
Members include attributes, methods, classes and interfaces.
. operator is primitive.
. operator is not polymorphic.
The result type of the
. operator is the type of its right hand operand.
- operator precedence in the language specification