Class Orderings

All Implemented Interfaces:
Serializable, Cloneable, Iterable<Ordering>, Collection<Ordering>, List<Ordering>, RandomAccess

public class Orderings
extends ArrayList<Ordering>

Orderings is provided so that you can chain Ordering together and then use the result to pass into methods that require List<Ordering>

Example:

Person.COMPANY_NAME.asc().then(Person.FIRST_NAME.desc)
Since:
4.1
See Also:
Serialized Form
  • Constructor Details

    • Orderings

      public Orderings()
    • Orderings

      public Orderings​(int initialCapacity)
    • Orderings

      public Orderings​(Collection<? extends Ordering> c)
    • Orderings

      public Orderings​(Ordering ordering)
    • Orderings

      public Orderings​(Ordering... orderings)
  • Method Details

    • then

      public Orderings then​(Ordering nextOrdering)
      Adds the given sort ordering to the end of this list and returns "this" so it can be chained again.
      Parameters:
      nextOrdering - the sort ordering to add
      Returns:
      this (with nextOrdering appended)
    • then

      public Orderings then​(Orderings nextOrderings)
      Adds the given sort orderings to the end of this list and returns "this" so it can be chained again.
      Parameters:
      nextOrderings - the sort ordering to add
      Returns:
      this (with nextOrderings appended)
    • then

      public Orderings then​(List<Ordering> nextOrderings)
      Parameters:
      nextOrderings - the sort ordering to add
      Returns:
      this
      See Also:
      then(Orderings)
    • orderedList

      public <T> List<T> orderedList​(List<T> list)
      Returns an list sorted with these Orderings.
      Type Parameters:
      T - the type of the list
      Parameters:
      list - the list to sort
      Returns:
      a sorted copy of the list
    • orderList

      public <T> void orderList​(List<T> list)
      Sorts the given array with these Orderings.
      Type Parameters:
      T - the type of the list
      Parameters:
      list - the list to sort