Interface Correspondence.BinaryPredicate<A,​E>

  • Enclosing class:
    Correspondence<A,​E>

    public static interface Correspondence.BinaryPredicate<A,​E>
    A functional interface for a binary predicate, to be used to test whether a pair of objects of types A and E satisfy some condition.

    This interface will normally be implemented using a lambda or a method reference, and the resulting object will normally be passed directly to Correspondence.from(com.google.common.truth.Correspondence.BinaryPredicate<A, E>, java.lang.String). As a result, you should almost never see BinaryPredicate used as the type of a field or variable, or a return type.

    • Method Summary

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      Modifier and Type Method Description
      boolean apply​(A actual, E expected)
      Returns whether or not the actual and expected values satisfy the condition defined by this predicate.
    • Method Detail

      • apply

        boolean apply​(A actual,
                      E expected)
        Returns whether or not the actual and expected values satisfy the condition defined by this predicate.