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Interface Attributes

    • Method Detail

      • isCaseIgnored

        boolean isCaseIgnored()
        Determines whether the attribute set ignores the case of attribute identifiers when retrieving or adding attributes.
        Returns:
        true if case is ignored; false otherwise.
      • size

        int size()
        Retrieves the number of attributes in the attribute set.
        Returns:
        The nonnegative number of attributes in this attribute set.
      • get

        Attribute get(String attrID)
        Retrieves the attribute with the given attribute id from the attribute set.
        Parameters:
        attrID - The non-null id of the attribute to retrieve. If this attribute set ignores the character case of its attribute ids, the case of attrID is ignored.
        Returns:
        The attribute identified by attrID; null if not found.
        See Also:
        put(java.lang.String, java.lang.Object), remove(java.lang.String)
      • getAll

        NamingEnumeration<? extends Attribute> getAll()
        Retrieves an enumeration of the attributes in the attribute set. The effects of updates to this attribute set on this enumeration are undefined.
        Returns:
        A non-null enumeration of the attributes in this attribute set. Each element of the enumeration is of class Attribute. If attribute set has zero attributes, an empty enumeration is returned.
      • getIDs

        NamingEnumeration<String> getIDs()
        Retrieves an enumeration of the ids of the attributes in the attribute set. The effects of updates to this attribute set on this enumeration are undefined.
        Returns:
        A non-null enumeration of the attributes' ids in this attribute set. Each element of the enumeration is of class String. If attribute set has zero attributes, an empty enumeration is returned.
      • put

        Attribute put(String attrID,
                      Object val)
        Adds a new attribute to the attribute set.
        Parameters:
        attrID - non-null The id of the attribute to add. If the attribute set ignores the character case of its attribute ids, the case of attrID is ignored.
        val - The possibly null value of the attribute to add. If null, the attribute does not have any values.
        Returns:
        The Attribute with attrID that was previous in this attribute set; null if no such attribute existed.
        See Also:
        remove(java.lang.String)
      • put

        Attribute put(Attribute attr)
        Adds a new attribute to the attribute set.
        Parameters:
        attr - The non-null attribute to add. If the attribute set ignores the character case of its attribute ids, the case of attr's identifier is ignored.
        Returns:
        The Attribute with the same ID as attr that was previous in this attribute set; null if no such attribute existed.
        See Also:
        remove(java.lang.String)
      • remove

        Attribute remove(String attrID)
        Removes the attribute with the attribute id 'attrID' from the attribute set. If the attribute does not exist, ignore.
        Parameters:
        attrID - The non-null id of the attribute to remove. If the attribute set ignores the character case of its attribute ids, the case of attrID is ignored.
        Returns:
        The Attribute with the same ID as attrID that was previous in the attribute set; null if no such attribute existed.
      • clone

        Object clone()
        Makes a copy of the attribute set. The new set contains the same attributes as the original set: the attributes are not themselves cloned. Changes to the copy will not affect the original and vice versa.
        Returns:
        A non-null copy of this attribute set.


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