Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Package
javax.lang.model.element

Packages that use javax.lang.model.element
javax.annotation.processing Facilities for declaring annotation processors and for allowing annotation processors to communicate with an annotation processing tool environment. 
javax.lang.model.element Interfaces used to model elements of the Java programming language. 
javax.lang.model.type Interfaces used to model Java programming language types. 
javax.lang.model.util Utilities to assist in the processing of program elements and types
javax.tools Provides interfaces for tools which can be invoked from a program, for example, compilers. 
 

Classes in javax.lang.model.element used by javax.annotation.processing
AnnotationMirror
          Represents an annotation.
AnnotationValue
          Represents a value of an annotation type element.
Element
          Represents a program element such as a package, class, or method.
ExecutableElement
          Represents a method, constructor, or initializer (static or instance) of a class or interface, including annotation type elements.
TypeElement
          Represents a class or interface program element.
 

Classes in javax.lang.model.element used by javax.lang.model.element
AnnotationMirror
          Represents an annotation.
AnnotationValue
          Represents a value of an annotation type element.
AnnotationValueVisitor
          A visitor of the values of annotation type elements, using a variant of the visitor design pattern.
Element
          Represents a program element such as a package, class, or method.
ElementKind
          The kind of an element.
ElementVisitor
          A visitor of program elements, in the style of the visitor design pattern.
ExecutableElement
          Represents a method, constructor, or initializer (static or instance) of a class or interface, including annotation type elements.
Modifier
          Represents a modifier on a program element such as a class, method, or field.
Name
          An immutable sequence of characters.
NestingKind
          The nesting kind of a type element.
PackageElement
          Represents a package program element.
TypeElement
          Represents a class or interface program element.
TypeParameterElement
          Represents a formal type parameter of a generic class, interface, method, or constructor element.
VariableElement
          Represents a field, enum constant, method or constructor parameter, local variable, or exception parameter.
 

Classes in javax.lang.model.element used by javax.lang.model.type
Element
          Represents a program element such as a package, class, or method.
 

Classes in javax.lang.model.element used by javax.lang.model.util
AnnotationMirror
          Represents an annotation.
AnnotationValue
          Represents a value of an annotation type element.
AnnotationValueVisitor
          A visitor of the values of annotation type elements, using a variant of the visitor design pattern.
Element
          Represents a program element such as a package, class, or method.
ElementVisitor
          A visitor of program elements, in the style of the visitor design pattern.
ExecutableElement
          Represents a method, constructor, or initializer (static or instance) of a class or interface, including annotation type elements.
Name
          An immutable sequence of characters.
PackageElement
          Represents a package program element.
TypeElement
          Represents a class or interface program element.
TypeParameterElement
          Represents a formal type parameter of a generic class, interface, method, or constructor element.
VariableElement
          Represents a field, enum constant, method or constructor parameter, local variable, or exception parameter.
 

Classes in javax.lang.model.element used by javax.tools
Modifier
          Represents a modifier on a program element such as a class, method, or field.
NestingKind
          The nesting kind of a type element.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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