How can I determine whether a Java class is abstract by reflection


How can I determine whether a Java class is abstract by reflection



I am interating through classes in a Jar file and wish to find those which are not abstract. I can solve this by instantiating the classes and trapping InstantiationException but that has a performance hit as some classes have heavy startup. I can't find anything obviously like isAbstract() in the Class.java docs.




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Class myClass = myJar.load("classname"); bool test = Modifier.isAbstract(myClass.getModifiers()); 



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