Compiler Tree API

com.sun.source.tree
Interface Tree

All Known Subinterfaces:
AnnotationTree, ArrayAccessTree, ArrayTypeTree, AssertTree, AssignmentTree, BinaryTree, BlockTree, BreakTree, CaseTree, CatchTree, ClassTree, CompilationUnitTree, CompoundAssignmentTree, ConditionalExpressionTree, ContinueTree, DoWhileLoopTree, EmptyStatementTree, EnhancedForLoopTree, ErroneousTree, ExpressionStatementTree, ExpressionTree, ForLoopTree, IdentifierTree, IfTree, ImportTree, InstanceOfTree, LabeledStatementTree, LiteralTree, MemberSelectTree, MethodInvocationTree, MethodTree, ModifiersTree, NewArrayTree, NewClassTree, ParameterizedTypeTree, ParenthesizedTree, PrimitiveTypeTree, ReturnTree, StatementTree, SwitchTree, SynchronizedTree, ThrowTree, TryTree, TypeCastTree, TypeParameterTree, UnaryTree, VariableTree, WhileLoopTree, WildcardTree

public interface Tree

Common interface for all nodes in an abstract syntax tree.

WARNING: This interface and its sub-interfaces are subject to change as the Java™ programming language evolves. These interfaces are implemented by Sun's Java compiler (javac) and should not be implemented either directly or indirectly by other applications.

Since:
1.6

Nested Class Summary
static class Tree.Kind
          Enumerates all kinds of trees.
 
Method Summary
<R,D> R
accept(TreeVisitor<R,D> visitor, D data)
          Accept method used to implement the visitor pattern.
 Tree.Kind getKind()
          Gets the kind of this tree.
 

Method Detail

getKind

Tree.Kind getKind()
Gets the kind of this tree.

Returns:
the kind of this tree.

accept

<R,D> R accept(TreeVisitor<R,D> visitor,
               D data)
Accept method used to implement the visitor pattern. The visitor pattern is used to implement operations on trees.

Type Parameters:
R - result type of this operation.
D - type of additonal data.

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