The java.lang.reflect.Method.isVarArgs() method of Method class checks whether Method Object was declared to take a variable number of arguments or not. If the method can take a variable number of arguments then returns true otherwise it will return false.
VarArgs allows method to accept a number of arguments. It is a better approach to pass arguments than array when it is not known how many arguments to pass in method.
public boolean isVarArgs()
Return Value: This method returns true if and only if Method has variable-length arguments else false.
Below programs illustrates isVarArgs() method of Method class:
Example 1: Below program checks GFG class methods whether Method has variable-length arguments or not. In this program a method accepts VarArgs and by isVarArgs() check method accept VarArgs or not and at last print the result.
public static void GFG.paint(java.lang.Object) method accepts VarArgs :true
Example 2: This program is going to return all the Methods which contains variable-length arguments of class java.util.Collections.
Explanation: In this Method at first java.util.Collections Class Object is created. After creating Class Object of java.util.Collections Class a list of Method Objects is created by calling getMethods() of class Object. Iterate through Method list and get Method contains variable-length arguments using isVarArgs(). At last print Synthetic Method name.
Methods of Collections Class contains VarArgs Method: addAll
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