# Re: [R] Using Java methods in R

From: hill0093 <hill0093_at_umn.edu>
Date: Fri, 29 Apr 2011 07:47:53 -0700 (PDT)

H do I obtain a strictly rectangular
type-double array (converted to an R 2-dimensional array) from a Java class? I can obtain a 1-dimensional type-double array (vector) or a scalar, but I cannot figure out the two-dimensional from the instructions. Is .jevalArray also involved?
My simple Java test class and R test code follows:

import java.lang.reflect.Array;
public class RJavTest {
public static void main(String[]args) { RJavTest rJavTest=new RJavTest(); }
public final static String conStg="testString";   public final static double con0dbl=10001;   public final static double[]con1Arr=new double[] { 10001,10002,10003,10004,10005,10006 };
public final static double[][]con2Arr=new double[][] { { 10001,10002,10003,10004 },{ 20001,20002,20003,20004 },{ 30001,30002,30003,30004 } };
public final static String retConStg() { return(conStg); }   public final static double retCon0dbl() { return(con0dbl); }   public final static double[] retCon1Arr() { return(con1Arr); }   public final static double[][] retCon2Arr() { return(con2Arr); } }

library(rJava)
.jinit()
print(.jclassPath())
rJavaTst <- .jnew("RJavTest")
conn1Arr <- .jfield(rJavaTst,sig="[D","con1Arr") print(conn1Arr)
print(conn1Arr[2])
conn1ArrRet <- .jcall(rJavaTst,returnSig="[D","retCon1Arr") print(conn1ArrRet)
print(conn1ArrRet[2])
conn0dbl <- .jfield(rJavaTst,sig="D","con0dbl") print(conn0dbl)
##The above works, but not the following conn2Arr <- .jfield(rJavaTst,sig="[[D","con2Arr")

```print(conn2Arr[2])
print(conn2Arr[2,3])
print(conn2Arr)
```

arj34Ret <- .jcall(rJavaTst,returnSig="[[D","arReturnTEST") print(arj34Ret)

The latter 2-dim stuff doesn't work

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