IComparator IComparator Interface

Definition

A Comparator is used to compare two objects to determine their ordering with respect to each other.

[Android.Runtime.Register("java/util/Comparator", "", "Java.Util.IComparatorInvoker", ApiSince=1)]
[Java.Interop.JavaTypeParameters(new System.String[] { "T" })]
public interface IComparator : Android.Runtime.IJavaObject, IDisposable
type IComparator = interface
    interface IJavaObject
    interface IDisposable
Derived
Attributes
Implements

Remarks

Android platform documentation

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Methods

Compare(Object, Object) Compare(Object, Object)
Equals(Object) Equals(Object)

Compares this Comparator with the specified Object and indicates whether they are equal.

Properties

Handle Handle

Gets the JNI value of the underlying Android object.

(Inherited from IJavaObject)

Extension Methods

JavaCast<TResult>(IJavaObject) JavaCast<TResult>(IJavaObject)

Performs an Android runtime-checked type conversion.

JavaCast<TResult>(IJavaObject) JavaCast<TResult>(IJavaObject)

Applies to