Inspects a Java node object.
This is a convenience function to facilitate exploring Comsol’s Java API in an interactive Python session. It expects a Java node object, such as the one returned by the
.javaproperty of an existing node reference, which would implement the
Like any object, it could also be inspected with Python’s built-in
dircommand. This function here outputs a “pretty-fied” version of that. It displays (prints to the console) the methods implemented by the Java node as well as its properties, if any are defined.
>>> mph.inspect((model/'studies').java) name: StudyList tag: study display: StudyList doc: StudyList methods: clear copy copyTo create duplicate duplicateTo equals forEach get getContainer index iterator model move remove scope size spliterator tags uniquetag
The node’s name, tag, and documentation reference marker are listed first. These access methods and a few others, which are common to all objects, are suppressed in the method list further down, for the sake of clarity.