- All Known Subinterfaces:
public interface TypeMirrorRepresents a type in the Java programming language. Types include primitive types, class and interface types, array types, and type variables. Wildcard type arguments, and the pseudo-type representing the type of void, are represented by type mirrors as well.
Types may be compared using the utility methods in
Types. There is no guarantee that any particular type will always be represented by the same object.
String toString()Returns a string representation of this type. Any names embedded in the expression are qualified.
boolean equals(Object obj)Tests whether two types represent the same type.
void accept(TypeVisitor v)Applies a visitor to this type.
v- the visitor operating on this type