public interface DeclaredType extends ReferenceType
java.util.Set<String>as well as raw types.
TypeElement represents a class or interface
DeclaredType represents a class
or interface type, the latter being a use
(or invocation) of the former.
TypeElement for more on this distinction.
The supertypes (both class and interface types) of a declared
type may be found using the
Types.directSupertypes(TypeMirror) method. This returns the
supertypes with any type arguments substituted in.
This interface is also used to represent intersection types.
An intersection type is implicit in a program rather than being
explictly declared. For example, the bound of the type parameter
<T extends Number & Runnable>
is an intersection type. It is represented by a
Number as its superclass and
Runnable as its
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Returns the element corresponding to this type.
Returns the type of the innermost enclosing instance or a
Returns the actual type arguments of this type.
accept, equals, getKind, hashCode, toString
NONEif there is no enclosing instance. Only types corresponding to inner classes have an enclosing instance.
List<? extends TypeMirror> getTypeArguments()
Outer<String>.Inner<Number>), only the type arguments of the innermost type are included.
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