public interface IntersectionType extends TypeMirror
An intersection type can be either implicitly or explicitly
declared in a program. For example, the bound of the type parameter
<T extends Number & Runnable> is an (implicit) intersection
type. As of
RELEASE_8, this is represented by an
Runnable as its bounds.
RELEASE_8, in the reference implementation an
IntersectionTypeis used to model the explicit target type of a cast expression.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Return the bounds comprising this intersection type.
accept, equals, getKind, hashCode, toString
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