Direct Known Satisfying Interfaces: ClassDeclaration, FunctionDeclaration

Declaration which can be invoked, and may have parameters. Classes and functions are functional declarations.

Note that multiple-parameter lists are not reified at runtime, so if you have a function declaration like this:

Integer add(Integer a)(Integer b) => a + b;

It will only have a single parameter list at runtime (the first), and its return type will be Callable<Integer,[Integer]>.

Attributes
annotationSource Code
shared formal Boolean annotation

True if the current declaration is an annotation class or function.

parameterDeclarationsSource Code

The list of parameter declarations for this functional declaration.

Inherited Attributes
Attributes inherited from: Object
Methods
getParameterDeclarationSource Code

Gets a parameter declaration by name. Returns null if no such parameter exists.

Inherited Methods
Methods inherited from: Object