AbstractDataBuffer

public abstract class AbstractDataBuffer extends Object
implements DataBuffer<T>

Default implementation of DataBuffer. An AbstractDataBuffer wraps data provided across the binder from Google Play services.

Public Method Summary

final void
close()
Releases the data buffer, for use in try-with-resources.
abstract T
get(int position)
Get the item at the specified position.
int
boolean
isClosed()
This method is deprecated. release() and close() are idempotent, and so is safe to call multiple times
Iterator<T>
void
release()
Releases resources used by the buffer.
Iterator<T>
singleRefIterator()
In order to use this you should correctly override setDataRow(int) in your DataBufferRef implementation.

Inherited Method Summary

Public Methods

public final void close ()

Releases the data buffer, for use in try-with-resources.

Both close and release shall have identical semantics, and are idempotent.

public abstract T get (int position)

Get the item at the specified position. Note that the objects returned from subsequent invocations of this method for the same position may not be identical objects, but will be equal in value. In other words:

buffer.get(i) == buffer.get(i) may return false.

buffer.get(i).equals(buffer.get(i)) will return true.

Parameters
position The position of the item to retrieve.
Returns
  • the item at position in this buffer.

public int getCount ()

public boolean isClosed ()

This method is deprecated.
release() and close() are idempotent, and so is safe to call multiple times

public Iterator<T> iterator ()

public void release ()

Releases resources used by the buffer. This method is idempotent.

public Iterator<T> singleRefIterator ()

In order to use this you should correctly override setDataRow(int) in your DataBufferRef implementation. Be careful: there will be single DataBufferRef while iterating. If you are not sure - DO NOT USE this iterator.

See Also
  • SingleRefDataBufferIterator