java – Android性能 – “避免内部Getters/Setters”


Avoid Internal Getters/Setters

In native languages like C++ it’s common practice to use getters (e.g. i = getCount()) instead of accessing the field directly (i = mCount). This is an excellent habit for C++, because the compiler can usually inline the access, and if you need to restrict or debug field access you can add the code at any time.

On Android, this is a bad idea. Virtual method calls are expensive, much more so than instance field lookups. It’s reasonable to follow common object-oriented programming practices and have getters and setters in the public interface, but within a class you should always access fields directly.

Without a JIT, direct field access is about 3x faster than invoking a trivial getter. With the JIT (where direct field access is as cheap as accessing a local), direct field access is about 7x faster than invoking a trivial getter. This is true in Froyo, but will improve in the future when the JIT inlines getter methods.


 public class MyObject {

    public Object innerObject; // This would be private if I was using a getter

    public void doSomeStuff(){
          if(innerObject){        // Within class access like this
                 // ....

    public Object getInnerObject(){  // This would be removed if I was using field access
         return innerObject;


 public class SecondObject {

      public void doSecondSomething(){
                MyObject ob = new MyObject();
                Object inner;

                //This is my question basically (from an Android performance perspective)   
                inner = ob.getInnerObject();
                // OR 
                inner = b.innerObject




性能下降是由于旧版Android JIT编译器的限制而导致的。这种情况肯定会改善姜饼的改善。 (参考 – …并注意谁写了那个答案!)


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