I forgot to mention that the class (MyJavaClazz) is an interface. That doesn't seem to matter though, if I try to get an instance of an implementation of that interface the result is the same (invoking fails due to wrong number of arguments). Jeff, the output of your sugestion is:

public abstract com.whatever.X com.whatever.MyJavaClazz.getX()


On 11/6/07, Jeff Emanuel <jemanuel@frii.com> wrote:
for a in MyJavaClazz.getX.argslist:
   print a.data