Uses of Class

Packages that use OP 
Package Description
  • Uses of OP in gnu.jel

    Subclasses of OP in gnu.jel 
    Modifier and Type Class Description
    class  OPbinary
    A tree node, representing binary operation.
    class  OPcall
    A tree node, representing a method call (field/local variable load).
    class  OPcondtnl
    A tree node, representing conditional.
    class  OPload
    A tree node, representing loading of a constant.
    class  OPunary
    A tree node, representing unary operation.
    Fields in gnu.jel declared as OP 
    Modifier and Type Field Description
    OP[] OP.chi
    Holds references to children of this node
    Methods in gnu.jel that return OP 
    Modifier and Type Method Description
    OP Parser.parse​(java.lang.Class<?> resultType)
    Parses expression.
    Constructors in gnu.jel with parameters of type OP 
    Constructor Description
    OPload​(OP instead, java.lang.Object what)
    Creates an OP, loading a constant to be put instead of another OP.
    Constructor parameters in gnu.jel with type arguments of type OP 
    Constructor Description
    OPbinary​(java.util.Stack<OP> paramOPs, int opcode)
    Constructs a new binary operation.
    OPcall​(java.lang.reflect.Member m, int np, java.util.Stack<OP> paramOPs, boolean aEval)
    Prepares a new method/field call/get operation to be added to the code.
    OPcondtnl​(java.util.Stack<OP> paramOPs)
    Creates conditional operator.
    OPunary​(java.util.Stack<OP> paramOPs, int code)
    Constructs a new unary operation.
    OPunary​(java.util.Stack<OP> paramOPs, int targetID, java.lang.Class<?> targetClass, boolean allownarrowing)
    Creates conversion operation to the given class.