JML

org.jmlspecs.jmlunit.strategies
Class FloatAbstractFilteringStrategyDecorator

java.lang.Object
  extended byorg.jmlspecs.jmlunit.strategies.FloatAbstractStrategy
      extended byorg.jmlspecs.jmlunit.strategies.FloatAbstractFilteringStrategyDecorator
All Implemented Interfaces:
FloatStrategyType, StrategyType
Direct Known Subclasses:
FloatNonNegativeStrategyDecorator

public abstract class FloatAbstractFilteringStrategyDecorator
extends FloatAbstractStrategy

A decorator for strategies that filters out data that is not approved.

Author:
Gary T. Leavens

Field Summary
private  FloatStrategyType rawData
          The test data
 
Constructor Summary
FloatAbstractFilteringStrategyDecorator(FloatStrategyType strat)
           
 
Method Summary
abstract  boolean approve(float elem)
          Return true if the element is to be returned by the getFloat() method.
 FloatIterator floatIterator()
          Compute a fresh FloatIterator, which can be used to provide test data of type float.
 
Methods inherited from class org.jmlspecs.jmlunit.strategies.FloatAbstractStrategy
iterator
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Field Detail

rawData

private final FloatStrategyType rawData
The test data

Constructor Detail

FloatAbstractFilteringStrategyDecorator

public FloatAbstractFilteringStrategyDecorator(FloatStrategyType strat)
Method Detail

floatIterator

public FloatIterator floatIterator()
Description copied from interface: FloatStrategyType
Compute a fresh FloatIterator, which can be used to provide test data of type float. The FloatIterator returned should be freshly created. Usually it should not be at its end. However, in rare cases it might make sense to have an empty iterator be computed (e.g., by filtering).


approve

public abstract boolean approve(float elem)
Return true if the element is to be returned by the getFloat() method.


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