FixedHolder is a container class for values of IDL type "fixed",
which is mapped to the Java class java.math.BigDecimal.
It is usually used to store "out" and "inout" IDL method parameters.
If an IDL method signature has a fixed as an "out" or "inout" parameter,
the programmer must pass an instance of FixedHolder as the corresponding
parameter in the method invocation; for "inout" parameters, the programmer
must also fill the "in" value to be sent to the server.
Before the method invocation returns, the ORB will fill in the contained
value corresponding to the "out" value returned from the server.
- public final class FixedHolder
- extends Object
Construct the FixedHolder without initializing the contained value.
Construct the FixedHolder and initialize it with the given value.
|Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
public BigDecimal value
- The value held by the FixedHolder
- Construct the FixedHolder without initializing the contained value.
public FixedHolder(BigDecimal initial)
- Construct the FixedHolder and initialize it with the given value.
- the value used to initialize the FixedHolder
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