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Uses of Class

Packages that use NumberAdapter.ByteAdapter
org.eclipse.emf.query.conditions.numbers EMF Query Conditions Numbers Package Specification This package exposes the basic numeric based Condition objects that are used to formulate queries. 

Uses of NumberAdapter.ByteAdapter in org.eclipse.emf.query.conditions.numbers

Fields in org.eclipse.emf.query.conditions.numbers declared as NumberAdapter.ByteAdapter
static  NumberAdapter.ByteAdapter NumberAdapter.ByteAdapter. DEFAULT
          The simplest ByteAdapter implementation that represents the case when to argument object to adapt is a Byte object itself.

Constructors in org.eclipse.emf.query.conditions.numbers with parameters of type NumberAdapter.ByteAdapter
NumberCondition.ByteValue ( Byte lowerBound, Byte upperBound, NumberAdapter.ByteAdapter adapter)
          A constructor, besides the NumberAdapter.ByteAdapter, it also takes two Byte arguments, a lowerBound and an upperBound, which means in its evaluation the values passed to it must be equal to any these two Byte values passed or fall in between.
NumberCondition.ByteValue ( Byte number, NumberAdapter.ByteAdapter adapter)
          A simple constructor, it takes only one Byte argument which means in its evaluation the values passed to it must be equal to this Byte value passed.

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