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As XQuery and Java have different type systems, XQuery arguments are converted to equivalent Java values, and the result of a Java function is converted back to an XQuery value (see [[#Data Types|Data Types]]).
If a the Java function you want to address is not founddetected, XQuery values you may need to be cast your values to the target type. For example, if a Java function expects a primitive {{Code|int}} value, you will need to convert your XQuery integers to {{Code|xs:int}}.
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