Interface BinaryPredicate

All Known Implementing Classes:

public interface BinaryPredicate

Interface that represents a function object: a predicate that returns true or false depending on some binary operation involving the arguments. Examples include equality tests and comparison functions.

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Method Summary
 boolean apply(char x, char y)
          Tests whether or not the arguments satisfy some condition.

Method Detail


public boolean apply(char x,
                     char y)
Tests whether or not the arguments satisfy some condition.

x - First argument
y - Second argument
Result of the binary operation.