Interface FloatBinaryOperator

All Superinterfaces:
java.util.function.BiFunction<java.lang.Float,​java.lang.Float,​java.lang.Float>, java.util.function.BinaryOperator<java.lang.Float>, java.util.function.DoubleBinaryOperator
Functional Interface:
This is a functional interface and can therefore be used as the assignment target for a lambda expression or method reference.

@FunctionalInterface
public interface FloatBinaryOperator
extends java.util.function.BinaryOperator<java.lang.Float>, java.util.function.DoubleBinaryOperator
A type-specific BinaryOperator; provides methods operating both on objects and on primitives.
Since:
8.5.0
See Also:
BinaryOperator
  • Method Summary

    Modifier and Type Method Description
    float apply​(float x, float y)
    Computes the operator on the given inputs.
    default java.lang.Float apply​(java.lang.Float x, java.lang.Float y)
    Deprecated.
    Please use the corresponding type-specific method instead.
    default double applyAsDouble​(double x, double y)
    Deprecated.

    Methods inherited from interface java.util.function.BiFunction

    andThen
  • Method Details

    • apply

      float apply​(float x, float y)
      Computes the operator on the given inputs.
      Parameters:
      x - the first input.
      y - the second input.
      Returns:
      the output of the operator on the given inputs.
    • applyAsDouble

      @Deprecated default double applyAsDouble​(double x, double y)
      Deprecated.
      Specified by:
      applyAsDouble in interface java.util.function.DoubleBinaryOperator
      Throws:
      java.lang.IllegalArgumentException - If the given operands are not an element of the key domain.
      Since:
      8.5.0
      Implementation Specification:
      This default implementation delegates to apply(float, float) after narrowing down the arguments to the actual key type, throwing an exception if the arguments cannot be represented in the restricted domain. This is done for interoperability with the Java 8 function environment. The use of this method discouraged, as unexpected errors can occur.
    • apply

      @Deprecated default java.lang.Float apply​(java.lang.Float x, java.lang.Float y)
      Deprecated.
      Please use the corresponding type-specific method instead.
      Specified by:
      apply in interface java.util.function.BiFunction<java.lang.Float,​java.lang.Float,​java.lang.Float>