Reflection is commonly used by programs which require the ability to examine or modify the runtime behavior of applications running in the JVM. Java Reflection API is used for that purpose where it makes it possible to inspect classes, interfaces, fields and methods at runtime, without knowing their names at compile time. And It also makes it possible to instantiate new objects, and to invoke methods using reflection.
Pipe operators, available in
dplyr, and other R packages, process a data-object using a sequence of operations by passing the result of one step as input for the next step using infix-operators rather than the more typical R method of nested function calls.
Note that the intended aim of pipe operators is to increase human readability of written code. See Remarks section for performance considerations.
The Go compiler can produce binaries for many platforms, i.e. processors and systems. Unlike with most other compilers, there is no specific requirement to cross-compiling, it is as easy to use as regular compiling.