public final class CodeBlock extends Object
Code blocks support placeholders like
% to reference target values, this class uses dollar sign
$ and has
its own set of permitted placeholders:
$Lemits a literal value with no escaping. Arguments for literals may be strings, primitives, type declarations, annotations and even other code blocks.
$Nemits a name, using name collision avoidance where necessary. Arguments for names may be strings (actually any character sequence), parameters, fields, methods, and types.
$Sescapes the value as a string, wraps it with double quotes, and emits that. For example,
6" sandwichis emitted
$Temits a type reference. Types will be imported if possible. Arguments for types may be classes, ,* type mirrors, and elements.
$$emits a dollar sign.
$>increases the indentation level.
$<decreases the indentation level.
$[begins a statement. For multiline statements, every line after the first line is double-indented.
$]ends a statement.
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