JavaTM 2 Platform
Std. Ed. v1.3.1

Interface BindingIteratorOperations

All Known Subinterfaces:

public interface BindingIteratorOperations

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Method Summary
 void destroy()
          This operation destroys the iterator.
 boolean next_n(int how_many, BindingListHolder bl)
          This operation returns at most the requested number of bindings.
 boolean next_one(BindingHolder b)
          This operation returns the next binding.

Method Detail


public boolean next_one(BindingHolder b)
This operation returns the next binding. If there are no more bindings, false is returned.
b - the returned binding


public boolean next_n(int how_many,
                      BindingListHolder bl)
This operation returns at most the requested number of bindings.
how_many - the maximum number of bindings tro return

bl - the returned bindings


public void destroy()
This operation destroys the iterator.

JavaTM 2 Platform
Std. Ed. v1.3.1

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