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Synopsis Attempt to call a non-existing Java method.
Description Rascal functions can be implemented in Java. This is the case for many functions in the standard library. This requires these elements:
  • An abstract Rascal function declaration (= a function header without a body).
  • The keyword java should be part of the function header.
  • The function declaration is annotated (uing javaClass) with the name of the Java class that implements this function.
This error is generated when a method with the same name as the Rascal function cannot be found in the mentioned Java class. Most likely, this is a missing or misspelled function/method name.

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Examples This is how the size function on lists is declared in the Rascal library:
rascal>@javaClass{org.rascalmpl.library.Prelude}
>>>>>>>public java int size(list[&T] lst);
int (list[&T]): int size(list[&T]);
This is the result of misspelling the function name (siz instead of size):
rascal>@javaClass{org.rascalmpl.library.Prelude}
>>>>>>>public java int siz(list[&T] lst);
|stdin:///|(0,76,<1,0>,<2,34>): No such Java method: org.rascalmpl.library.Prelude.siz(org.rascalmpl.value.IList)
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