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com.sun.jdi.connect
Interface Connector.IntegerArgument

All Superinterfaces:
Connector.Argument, Serializable
Enclosing interface:
Connector

public static interface Connector.IntegerArgument
extends Connector.Argument

Specification for and value of a Connector argument, whose value is an integer. Integer values are represented by their corresponding strings.


Method Summary
 int intValue()
          Return the value of the argument as a int.
 boolean isValid(int value)
          Performs basic sanity check of argument.
 boolean isValid(String value)
          Performs basic sanity check of argument.
 int max()
          The upper bound for the value.
 int min()
          The lower bound for the value.
 void setValue(int value)
          Sets the value of the argument.
 String stringValueOf(int value)
          Return the string representation of the value parameter.
 
Methods inherited from interface com.sun.jdi.connect.Connector.Argument
description, label, mustSpecify, name, setValue, value
 

Method Detail

setValue

void setValue(int value)
Sets the value of the argument. The value should be checked with isValid(int) before setting it; invalid values will throw an exception when the connection is established - for example, on LaunchingConnector.launch(java.util.Map)


isValid

boolean isValid(String value)
Performs basic sanity check of argument.

Specified by:
isValid in interface Connector.Argument
Returns:
true if value represents an int that is min() <= value <= max()

isValid

boolean isValid(int value)
Performs basic sanity check of argument.

Returns:
true if min() <= value <= max()

stringValueOf

String stringValueOf(int value)
Return the string representation of the value parameter. Does not set or examine the current value of this instance.

Returns:
the String representation of the int value.

intValue

int intValue()
Return the value of the argument as a int. Since the argument may not have been set or may have an invalid value isValid(String) should be called on Connector.Argument.value() to check its validity. If it is invalid the int returned by this method is undefined.

Returns:
the value of the argument as a int.

max

int max()
The upper bound for the value.

Returns:
the maximum allowed value for this argument.

min

int min()
The lower bound for the value.

Returns:
the minimum allowed value for this argument.

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