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Uses of Interface

Packages that use IEObjectSource
org.eclipse.emf.query.conditions.eobjects EMF Query Conditions EObjects. 
org.eclipse.emf.query.internal.statements Definition of the syntax for query statements. 
org.eclipse.emf.query.statements This package contains usable query statements and their required clauses. 

Uses of IEObjectSource in org.eclipse.emf.query.conditions.eobjects

Classes in org.eclipse.emf.query.conditions.eobjects that implement IEObjectSource
 class EObjectSource
           This class represents a simple implementation of IEObjectSource that is constructed with one EObject or a collection of EObjects.

Constructors in org.eclipse.emf.query.conditions.eobjects with parameters of type IEObjectSource
IN ( IEObjectSource eObjectSource)
          A constructor, takes in the initial IEObjectSource whose supplied EObjects are to be used for evaluation

Uses of IEObjectSource in org.eclipse.emf.query.internal.statements

Classes in org.eclipse.emf.query.internal.statements that implement IEObjectSource
 class org.eclipse.emf.query.internal.statements.QueryStatement

Uses of IEObjectSource in org.eclipse.emf.query.statements

Subinterfaces of IEObjectSource in org.eclipse.emf.query.statements
 interface IQueryResult
           A result created by executing or resuming a query statement.

Classes in org.eclipse.emf.query.statements that implement IEObjectSource
 class SELECT
           The select statement "selects" certain EObjects from the "from" clause that match the "where" clause.
 class UPDATE
          The update statement extends the behaviour of the SELECT statement to include the SET clause that allows some operation to be performed on each of the result EObjects.

Constructors in org.eclipse.emf.query.statements with parameters of type IEObjectSource
FROM ( IEObjectSource eObjectSource)
FROM ( IEObjectSource eObjectSource, EObjectCondition filterCondition)
FROM ( IEObjectSource eObjectSource, EObjectCondition filterCondition, IteratorKind iteratorKind, IEStructuralFeatureValueGetter eStructuralFeatureValueGetter)
FROM ( IEObjectSource eObjectSource, IteratorKind iteratorKind)

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