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Java SE - Classes that represents an Operation




NameTypeDescriptionDetail

BiConsumerInterfaceRepresents an operation that accepts two input arguments and returns no result.Detail
BinaryOperatorInterfaceRepresents an operation upon two operands of the same type, producing a result of the same type as the operands.Detail
ConsumerInterfaceRepresents an operation that accepts a single input argument and returns no result.Detail
DoubleBinaryOperatorInterfaceRepresents an operation upon two double-valued operands and producing a double-valued result.Detail
DoubleConsumerInterfaceRepresents an operation that accepts a single double-valued argument and returns no result.Detail
DoubleUnaryOperatorInterfaceRepresents an operation on a single double-valued operand that produces a double-valued result.Detail
IntBinaryOperatorInterfaceRepresents an operation upon two int-valued operands and producing an int-valued result.Detail
IntConsumerInterfaceRepresents an operation that accepts a single int-valued argument and returns no result.Detail
IntUnaryOperatorInterfaceRepresents an operation on a single int-valued operand that produces an int-valued result.Detail
LongBinaryOperatorInterfaceRepresents an operation upon two long-valued operands and producing a long-valued result.Detail
LongConsumerInterfaceRepresents an operation that accepts a single long-valued argument and returns no result.Detail
LongUnaryOperatorInterfaceRepresents an operation on a single long-valued operand that produces a long-valued result.Detail
ObjDoubleConsumerInterfaceRepresents an operation that accepts an object-valued and a double-valued argument, and returns no result.Detail
ObjIntConsumerInterfaceRepresents an operation that accepts an object-valued and a int-valued argument, and returns no result.Detail
ObjLongConsumerInterfaceRepresents an operation that accepts an object-valued and a long-valued argument, and returns no result.Detail
UnaryOperatorInterfaceRepresents an operation on a single operand that produces a result of the same type as its operand.Detail


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