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EclipseJDT Plug-in Developer Guide
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Eclipse JDT
Release 3.5

Package com.sun.mirror.type

Interfaces used to model types.


Interface Summary
AnnotationType Represents an annotation type.
ArrayType Represents an array type.
ClassType Represents a class type.
DeclaredType Represents a declared type, either a class type or an interface type.
EnumType Represents an enum type.
InterfaceType Represents an interface type.
PrimitiveType Represents a primitive type.
ReferenceType Represents a reference type.
TypeMirror Represents a type in the Java programming language.
TypeVariable Represents a type variable.
VoidType A pseudo-type representing the type of void.
WildcardType Represents a wildcard type argument.

Enum Summary
PrimitiveType.Kind An enumeration of the different kinds of primitive types.

Exception Summary
MirroredTypeException Thrown when an application attempts to access the Class object corresponding to a TypeMirror.
MirroredTypesException Thrown when an application attempts to access a sequence of Class objects each corresponding to a TypeMirror.

Package com.sun.mirror.type Description

Interfaces used to model types. A type is represented by the appropriate subinterface of TypeMirror.

Note that the apt tool and its associated APIs may be changed or superseded in future j2se releases.


Eclipse JDT
Release 3.5

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