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    root
  • package org
    Definition Classes
    root
  • package opalj

    OPAL is a Scala-based framework for the static analysis, manipulation and creation of Java bytecode.

    OPAL is a Scala-based framework for the static analysis, manipulation and creation of Java bytecode. OPAL is designed with performance, scalability and adaptability in mind.

    Its main components are:

    • a library (Common) which provides generally useful data-structures and algorithms for static analyses.
    • a framework for parsing Java bytecode (Bytecode Infrastructure) that can be used to create arbitrary representations.
    • a library to create a one-to-one in-memory representation of Java bytecode (Bytecode Disassembler).
    • a library to create a representation of Java bytecode that facilitates writing simple static analyses (Bytecode Representation - org.opalj.br).
    • a scalable, easily customizable framework for the abstract interpretation of Java bytecode (Abstract Interpretation Framework - org.opalj.ai).
    • a library to extract dependencies between code elements and to facilitate checking architecture definitions.
    • a library for the lightweight manipulation and creation of Java bytecode.

    General Design Decisions

    Thread Safety

    Unless explicitly noted, OPAL is thread safe. I.e., the classes defined by OPAL can be considered to be thread safe unless otherwise stated. (For example, it is possible to read and process class files concurrently without explicit synchronization on the client side.)

    No null Values

    Unless explicitly noted, OPAL does not null values I.e., fields that are accessible will never contain null values and methods will never return null. If a method accepts null as a value for a parameter or returns a null value it is always explicitly documented. In general, the behavior of methods that are passed null values is undefined unless explicitly documented.

    No Typecasts for Collections

    For efficiency reasons, OPAL sometimes uses mutable data-structures internally. After construction time, these data-structures are generally represented using their generic interfaces (e.g., scala.collection.{Set,Map}). However, a downcast (e.g., to add/remove elements) is always forbidden as it would effectively prevent thread-safety. Furthermore, the concrete data-structure is always considered an implementation detail and may change at any time.

    Assertions

    OPAL makes heavy use of Scala's Assertion Facility to facilitate writing correct code. Hence, for production builds (after thorough testing(!)) it is highly recommend to build OPAL again using -Xdisable-assertions.

    Definition Classes
    org
  • package ai

    Implementation of an abstract interpretation (ai) framework – also referred to as OPAL.

    Implementation of an abstract interpretation (ai) framework – also referred to as OPAL.

    Please note, that OPAL/the abstract interpreter just refers to the classes and traits defined in this package (ai). The classes and traits defined in the sub-packages (in particular in domain) are not considered to be part of the core of OPAL/the abstract interpreter.

    Definition Classes
    opalj
    Note

    This framework assumes that the analyzed bytecode is valid; i.e., the JVM's bytecode verifier would be able to verify the code. Furthermore, load-time errors (e.g., LinkageErrors) are – by default – completely ignored to facilitate the analysis of parts of a project. In general, if the presented bytecode is not valid, the result is undefined (i.e., OPAL may report meaningless results, crash or run indefinitely).

    See also

    org.opalj.ai.Domain - The core interface between the abstract interpretation framework and the abstract domain that is responsible for performing the abstract computations.

    org.opalj.ai.AI - Implements the abstract interpreter that processes a methods code and uses an analysis-specific domain to perform the abstract computations.

  • package domain

    This package contains definitions of common domains that can be used for the implementation of analyses.

    This package contains definitions of common domains that can be used for the implementation of analyses.

    Types of Domains

    In general, we distinguish two types of domains. First, domains that define a general interface (on top of the one defined by Domain), but do not directly provide an implementation. Hence, whenever you develop a new Domain you should consider implementing/using these domains to maximize reusability. Second, Domains that implement a specific interface (trait). In this case, we further distinguish between domains that provide a default implementation (per interface only one of these Domains can be used to create a final Domain) and those that can be stacked and basically refine the overall functionality.

    Examples

    • Domains That Define a General Interface
      • Origin defines two types which domains that provide information abou the origin of a value should consider to implement.
      • TheProject defines a standard mechanism how a domain can access the current project.
      • TheClassHierarchy defines a standard mechanism how to get the project's class hierarchy.
      • ...
    • Domains That Provide a Default Implementation
      • Origin defines the functionality to return a value's origin if the value supports that.
      • TheProject default implementation of the TheClassHierarchy trait that uses the project's class hierarchy.
      • DefaultHandlingOfMethodResults basically implements a Domain's methods related to return instructions an uncaught exceptions.
      • ...
    • Domains That Implement Stackable Functionality
      • RecordThrownExceptions records information about all uncaught exceptions by intercepting a Domain's respective methods. However, it does provide a default implementation. Hence, a typical pattern is:
    class MyDomain extends Domain with ...
        with DefaultHandlingOfMethodResults with RecordThrownExceptions

    Thread Safety

    Unless explicitly documented, a domain is never thread-safe. The general programming model is to use one Domain object per code block/method and therefore, thread-safety is not required for Domains that are used for the evaluation of methods. However domains that are used to adapt/transfer values should be thread safe (see ValuesCoordinatingDomain for further details).

    Definition Classes
    ai
  • package l0
    Definition Classes
    domain
  • BaseDomain
  • BaseDomainWithDefUse
  • DefaultReferenceValuesBinding
  • DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues
  • DefaultTypeLevelFloatValues
  • DefaultTypeLevelHandlingForReturnInstructions
  • DefaultTypeLevelHandlingForThrownExceptions
  • DefaultTypeLevelHandlingOfMethodResults
  • DefaultTypeLevelHandlingOfVoidReturns
  • DefaultTypeLevelIntegerValues
  • DefaultTypeLevelLongValues
  • DefaultTypeLevelReferenceValues
  • FieldTypesAnalysis
  • ParameterUsageAnalysis
  • PrimitiveTACAIDomain
  • ReturnInstructionsDomain
  • SimpleTypeLevelInvokeInstructions
  • TypeLevelDomain
  • TypeLevelDoubleValues
  • TypeLevelFieldAccessInstructions
  • TypeLevelFloatValues
  • TypeLevelIntegerValues
  • TypeLevelInvokeInstructions
  • TypeLevelLongValues
  • TypeLevelLongValuesShiftOperators
  • TypeLevelPrimitiveValuesConversions
  • TypeLevelReferenceValues
  • ZeroDomain
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org.opalj.ai.domain.l0

DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues

trait DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues extends DefaultDomainValueBinding with TypeLevelDoubleValues

Base implementation of the TypeLevelDoubleValues trait that requires that the domain's Value trait is not extended. This implementation just satisfies the basic requirements of OPAL w.r.t. the domain's computational type.

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DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues with IntegerValuesFactory
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DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.scala
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  1. class IllegalValue extends Value

    Represents a value that has no well defined state/type.

    Represents a value that has no well defined state/type. Such values are the result of a join of two incompatible values and are generally only found in registers (in the locals) and then identify a value that is dead.

    Attributes
    protected
    Definition Classes
    ValuesDomain
    See also

    org.opalj.ai.Domain.Value for further details.

  2. trait RETValue extends Value
    Definition Classes
    ValuesDomain
  3. trait ReferenceValue extends TypedValue[ReferenceType] with IsReferenceValue[DomainReferenceValue]
    Definition Classes
    ValuesDomain
  4. class ReturnAddressValue extends RETValue

    Stores a single return address (i.e., a program counter/index into the code array).

    Stores a single return address (i.e., a program counter/index into the code array).

    Definition Classes
    ValuesDomain
    Note

    Though the framework completely handles all aspects related to return address values, it is nevertheless necessary that this class inherits from Value as return addresses are stored on the stack/in the registers. However, if the Value trait should be refined, all additional methods may – from the point-of-view of OPAL-AI - just throw an OperationNotSupportedException as these additional methods will never be called by OPAL-AI.

  5. class ReturnAddressValues extends RETValue

    A collection of (not furhter stored) return address values.

    A collection of (not furhter stored) return address values. Primarily used when we join the executions of subroutines.

    Definition Classes
    ValuesDomain
  6. trait TypedValue[+T <: Type] extends Value with KnownType
    Definition Classes
    ValuesDomain
  7. trait Value extends AnyRef

    Abstracts over a concrete operand stack value or a value stored in one of the local variables/registers.

    Abstracts over a concrete operand stack value or a value stored in one of the local variables/registers.

    Use Of Value/Dependencies On Value

    In general, subclasses and users of a Domain should not have/declare a direct dependency on Value. Instead they should use DomainValue as otherwise extensibility of a Domain may be hampered or even be impossible. The only exceptions are, of course, classes that directly inherit from this class.

    Refining Value

    If you directly extend/refine this trait (i.e., in a subclass of the Domain trait you write something like trait Value extends super.Value), make sure that you also extend all classes/traits that inherit from this type (this may require a deep mixin composition and that you refine the type DomainType accordingly). However, OPAL was designed such that extending this class should – in general – not be necessary. It may also be easier to encode the desired semantics – as far as possible – as part of the domain.

    Implementing Value

    Standard inheritance from this trait is always supported and is the primary mechanism to model an abstract domain's lattice w.r.t. some special type of value. In general, the implementation should try to avoid creating new instances of values unless strictly required to model the domain's semantics. This will greatly improve the overall performance as this framework heavily uses reference-based equality checks to speed up the evaluation.

    Definition Classes
    ValuesDomain
    Note

    OPAL does not rely on any special equality semantics w.r.t. values and never directly or indirectly calls a Value's equals or eq method. Hence, a domain can encode equality such that it best fits its need. However, some of the provided domains rely on the following semantics for equals: Two domain values have to be equal (==) iff they represent the same information. This includes additional information, such as, the value of the origin. E.g., a value (AnIntegerValue) that represents an arbitrary Integer value has to return true if the domain value with which it is compared also represents an arbitrary Integer value (AnIntegerValue). However, it may still be necessary to use multiple objects to represent an arbitrary integer value if, e.g., constraints should be attached to specific values. For example, after a comparison of an integer value with a predefined value (e.g., AnIntegerValue < 4) it is possible to constrain the respective value on the subsequent paths (< 4 on one path and >= 4 on the other path). To make that possible, it is however necessary to distinguish the AnIntegervalue from some other AnIntegerValue to avoid constraining unrelated values.

    public void foo(int a,int b) {
        if(a < 4) {
            z = a - 2 // here a is constrained (< 4), b and z are unconstrained
        }
        else {
            z = a + 2 // here a is constrained (>= 4), b and z are unconstrained
        }
    }

    In general, equals is only defined for values belonging to the same domain. If values need to be compared across domains, they need to be adapted to a target domain first.

  8. final type DomainIllegalValue = (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#IllegalValue

    Abstracts over the concrete type of IllegalValue.

    Abstracts over the concrete type of IllegalValue.

    This type needs to be refined whenever the class IllegalValue is refined or the type DomainValue is refined.

    Definition Classes
    DefaultDomainValueBindingValuesDomain
  9. abstract type DomainReferenceValue >: Null <: (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#ReferenceValue with (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainTypedValue[ReferenceType]
    Definition Classes
    ValuesDomain
  10. final type DomainReturnAddressValue = (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#ReturnAddressValue

    Abstracts over the concrete type of ReturnAddressValue.

    Abstracts over the concrete type of ReturnAddressValue. Needs to be fixed by some sub-trait/sub-class. In the simplest case (i.e., when neither the Value trait nor the ReturnAddressValue trait was refined) it is sufficient to write:

    type DomainReturnAddressValue = ReturnAddressValue
    Definition Classes
    DefaultDomainValueBindingValuesDomain
  11. final type DomainReturnAddressValues = (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#ReturnAddressValues
  12. final type DomainTypedValue[+T <: Type] = (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#TypedValue[T]
  13. final type DomainValue = (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#Value

    Abstracts over the concrete type of Value.

    Abstracts over the concrete type of Value. Needs to be refined by traits that inherit from Domain and which extend Domain's Value trait.

    Definition Classes
    DefaultDomainValueBindingValuesDomain
  14. type ExceptionValue = (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainReferenceValue

    A simple type alias of the type DomainValue; used to facilitate comprehension.

    A simple type alias of the type DomainValue; used to facilitate comprehension.

    Definition Classes
    ValuesDomain
  15. type ExceptionValues = Iterable[(DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#ExceptionValue]

    A type alias for Iterables of ExceptionValues; used to facilitate comprehension.

    A type alias for Iterables of ExceptionValues; used to facilitate comprehension.

    Definition Classes
    ValuesDomain
  16. type Locals = collection.mutable.Locals[(DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue]

    An instruction's current register values/locals are represented using an array.

    An instruction's current register values/locals are represented using an array.

    Definition Classes
    ValuesDomain
  17. type LocalsArray = Array[(DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#Locals]
    Definition Classes
    ValuesDomain
  18. type Operands = Chain[(DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue]

    An instruction's operands are represented using a list where the first element of the list represents the top level operand stack value.

    An instruction's operands are represented using a list where the first element of the list represents the top level operand stack value.

    Definition Classes
    ValuesDomain
  19. type OperandsArray = Array[(DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#Operands]
    Definition Classes
    ValuesDomain
  20. trait DoubleValue extends (TypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#TypedValue[DoubleType] with IsDoubleValue[(TypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DoubleValue]

    Abstracts over double values at the type level.

    Abstracts over double values at the type level.

    Definition Classes
    TypeLevelDoubleValues

Abstract Value Members

  1. abstract val DomainReferenceValue: ClassTag[(DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainReferenceValue]

    The class tag can be used to create type safe arrays or to extract the concrete type of the domain value.

    The class tag can be used to create type safe arrays or to extract the concrete type of the domain value.

    val DomainReferenceValue(v) = value // of type "DomainValue"
    // v is now of the type DomainReferenceValue
    Definition Classes
    ValuesDomain

Concrete Value Members

  1. final def !=(arg0: Any): Boolean
    Definition Classes
    AnyRef → Any
  2. final def ##(): Int
    Definition Classes
    AnyRef → Any
  3. final def ==(arg0: Any): Boolean
    Definition Classes
    AnyRef → Any
  4. final val DomainValue: ClassTag[(DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue]

    The class tag for the type DomainValue.

    The class tag for the type DomainValue.

    Required to generate instances of arrays in which values of type DomainValue can be stored in a type-safe manner.

    Initialization

    In the sub-trait or class that fixes the type of DomainValue it is necessary to implement this abstract val using:

    val DomainValueTag : ClassTag[DomainValue] = implicitly

    (As of Scala 2.10 it is necessary that you do not use implicit in the subclass - it will compile, but fail at runtime.)

    Definition Classes
    DefaultDomainValueBindingValuesDomain
  5. final def DoubleValue(valueOrigin: ValueOrigin, value: Double): (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DoubleValue

    Factory method to create a DomainValue that represents the given double value and that was created (explicitly or implicitly) by the instruction with the specified program counter.

    Factory method to create a DomainValue that represents the given double value and that was created (explicitly or implicitly) by the instruction with the specified program counter.

    The domain may ignore the information about the value and the origin (vo).

    Definition Classes
    DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValuesDoubleValuesFactory
  6. final def DoubleValue(valueOrigin: ValueOrigin): (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DoubleValue

    Factory method to create a DomainValue that was created (explicitly or implicitly) by the instruction with the specified program counter, but where we have no knowledge about the precise value.

    Factory method to create a DomainValue that was created (explicitly or implicitly) by the instruction with the specified program counter, but where we have no knowledge about the precise value.

    The domain may ignore the information about the origin (vo).

    Definition Classes
    DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValuesDoubleValuesFactory
  7. final val MetaInformationUpdateIllegalValue: MetaInformationUpdate[(DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainIllegalValue]

    The result of the merge of two incompatible values has to be reported as a MetaInformationUpdate[DomainIllegalValue].

    The result of the merge of two incompatible values has to be reported as a MetaInformationUpdate[DomainIllegalValue].

    Definition Classes
    DefaultDomainValueBindingValuesDomain
  8. final def ReturnAddressValue(address: Int): (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#ReturnAddressValue

    Factory method to create an instance of a ReturnAddressValue.

    Factory method to create an instance of a ReturnAddressValue.

    Definition Classes
    DefaultDomainValueBindingValuesDomain
  9. final def StructuralUpdateIllegalValue: StructuralUpdate[Nothing]

    The result of merging two values should never be reported as a StructuralUpdate if the computed value is an IllegalValue.

    The result of merging two values should never be reported as a StructuralUpdate if the computed value is an IllegalValue. The JVM semantics guarantee that the value will not be used and, hence, continuing the interpretation is meaningless.

    Definition Classes
    ValuesDomain
    Note

    This method is solely defined for documentation purposes and to catch implementation errors early on.

  10. final val TheIllegalValue: (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainIllegalValue

    The singleton instance of the IllegalValue.

    The singleton instance of the IllegalValue.

    Definition Classes
    DefaultDomainValueBindingValuesDomain
  11. final val TheReturnAddressValues: (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#ReturnAddressValues

    The singleton instance of ReturnAddressValues

    The singleton instance of ReturnAddressValues

    Definition Classes
    DefaultDomainValueBindingValuesDomain
  12. final def asInstanceOf[T0]: T0
    Definition Classes
    Any
  13. def clone(): AnyRef
    Attributes
    protected[java.lang]
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    AnyRef
    Annotations
    @native() @throws( ... )
  14. def dadd(pc: PC, value1: (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue, value2: (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue): (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue
  15. def dcmpg(pc: PC, value1: (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue, value2: (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue): (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue
  16. def dcmpl(pc: PC, value1: (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue, value2: (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue): (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue
  17. def ddiv(pc: PC, value1: (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue, value2: (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue): (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue
  18. def dmul(pc: PC, value1: (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue, value2: (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue): (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue
  19. def dneg(pc: PC, value: (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue): (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue
  20. def drem(pc: PC, value1: (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue, value2: (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue): (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue
  21. def dsub(pc: PC, value1: (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue, value2: (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue): (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue
  22. final def eq(arg0: AnyRef): Boolean
    Definition Classes
    AnyRef
  23. def equals(arg0: Any): Boolean
    Definition Classes
    AnyRef → Any
  24. def finalize(): Unit
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    protected[java.lang]
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    AnyRef
    Annotations
    @throws( classOf[java.lang.Throwable] )
  25. final def getClass(): Class[_]
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    AnyRef → Any
    Annotations
    @native()
  26. def hashCode(): Int
    Definition Classes
    AnyRef → Any
    Annotations
    @native()
  27. final def isInstanceOf[T0]: Boolean
    Definition Classes
    Any
  28. def mergeDomainValues(pc: PC, v1: (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue, v2: (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue): (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue

    Merges the given domain value v1 with the domain value v2 and returns the merged value which is v1 if v1 is an abstraction of v2, v2 if v2 is an abstraction of v1 or some other value if a new value is computed that abstracts over both values.

    Merges the given domain value v1 with the domain value v2 and returns the merged value which is v1 if v1 is an abstraction of v2, v2 if v2 is an abstraction of v1 or some other value if a new value is computed that abstracts over both values.

    This operation is commutative.

    Definition Classes
    ValuesDomain
  29. final def ne(arg0: AnyRef): Boolean
    Definition Classes
    AnyRef
  30. final def notify(): Unit
    Definition Classes
    AnyRef
    Annotations
    @native()
  31. final def notifyAll(): Unit
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    @native()
  32. def properties(pc: PC, propertyToString: (AnyRef) ⇒ String = (v) ⇒ v.toString): Option[String]

    Returns a string representation of the properties associated with the instruction with the respective program counter.

    Returns a string representation of the properties associated with the instruction with the respective program counter.

    Associating properties with an instruction and maintaining those properties is, however, at the sole responsibility of the Domain.

    This method is predefined to facilitate the development of support tools and is not used by the abstract interpretation framework.

    Domains that define (additional) properties should (abstract) override this method and should return a textual representation of the property.

    Definition Classes
    ValuesDomain
  33. def summarize(pc: PC, values: Iterable[(DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue]): (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue

    Creates a summary of the given domain values by summarizing and joining the given values.

    Creates a summary of the given domain values by summarizing and joining the given values. For the precise details regarding the calculation of a summary see Value.summarize(...).

    pc

    The program counter that will be used for the summary value if a new value is returned that abstracts over/summarizes the given values.

    values

    An Iterable over one or more values.

    Definition Classes
    ValuesDomain
    Note

    The current algorithm is generic and should satisfy most needs, but it is not very efficient. However, it should be easy to tailor it for a specific domain/domain values, if need be.

  34. final def synchronized[T0](arg0: ⇒ T0): T0
    Definition Classes
    AnyRef
  35. def toString(): String
    Definition Classes
    AnyRef → Any
  36. def typeOfValue(value: (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DomainValue): TypeInformation

    Returns the type(type bounds) of the given value.

    Returns the type(type bounds) of the given value.

    In general a single value can have multiple type bounds which depend on the control flow. However, all types that the value represents must belong to the same computational type category. I.e., it is possible that the value either has the type "NullPointerException or IllegalArgumentException", but it will never have – at the same time – the (Java) types int and long. Furthermore, it is possible that the returned type(s) is(are) only an upper bound of the real type unless the type is a primitive type.

    This default implementation always returns org.opalj.ai.UnknownType.

    Implementing typeOfValue

    This method is typically not implemented by a single Domain trait/object, but is instead implemented collaboratively by all domains that implement the semantics of certain values. To achieve that, other Domain traits that implement a concrete domain's semantics have to abstract override this method and only return the value's type if the domain knows anything about the type. If a method that overrides this method has no knowledge about the given value, it should delegate this call to its super method.

    Example

    trait FloatValues extends Domain[...] {
      ...
        abstract override def typeOfValue(value: DomainValue): TypesAnswer =
        value match {
          case r: FloatValue ⇒ IsFloatValue
          case _             ⇒ super.typeOfValue(value)
        }
    }
    Definition Classes
    ValuesDomain
  37. final def wait(): Unit
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    AnyRef
    Annotations
    @throws( ... )
  38. final def wait(arg0: Long, arg1: Int): Unit
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    Annotations
    @throws( ... )
  39. final def wait(arg0: Long): Unit
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    @native() @throws( ... )
  40. object ADoubleValue extends (DefaultTypeLevelDoubleValues.this)#DoubleValue with Product with Serializable

    Represents an unknown double value.

Inherited from TypeLevelDoubleValues

Inherited from DoubleValuesDomain

Inherited from DoubleValuesFactory

Inherited from DefaultDomainValueBinding

Inherited from ValuesDomain

Inherited from AnyRef

Inherited from Any

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