Finds a Java class and returns a jobject representing it
A jobject or
find-java-class finds a Java class and returns a jobject representing it.
If class-sym-or-string is a string, it should be the full name of class.
find-java-class allows the '.' in the names to be replaced by '/' (which is how the class is actually looked up).
find-java-class also recognizes class names of primitives (for example, "int"), and can also find classes for arrays, using the internal syntax with leading '[' character(s).
If class-sym-or-string is a symbol, it can be a keyword specifying a primitive class (see the table in Types and conversion between Lisp and Java), one of
t to specify
:string to specify
java.lang.String, or a symbol which is set to a string, in which case the value is used to search for a class.
find-java-class finds the Java class, it returns a jobject representing it.
LispWorks User Guide and Reference Manual - 13 Feb 2015