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 package org.hibernate.validator.internal.util.annotationfactory;
 
 import java.util.Map;

Encapsulates the data you need to create an annotation. In particular, it stores the type of an Annotation instance and the values of its elements. The "elements" we're talking about are the annotation attributes, not its targets (the term "element" is used ambiguously in Java's annotations documentation).

Author(s):
Paolo Perrotta
Davide Marchignoli
Hardy Ferentschik
Gunnar Morling
 
 public class AnnotationDescriptor<T extends Annotation> {
 
 	private final Class<T> type;
 
 	private final Map<StringObjectelements = new HashMap<StringObject>();

Returns a new descriptor for the given annotation type.

Parameters:
<S> The type of the annotation.
annotationType The annotation's class.
Returns:
A new descriptor for the given annotation type.
 
 	public static <S extends AnnotationAnnotationDescriptor<S> getInstance(Class<S> annotationType) {
 		return new AnnotationDescriptor<S>( annotationType );
 	}

Returns a new descriptor for the given annotation type.

Parameters:
<S> The type of the annotation.
annotationType The annotation's class.
elements A map with attribute values for the annotation to be created.
Returns:
A new descriptor for the given annotation type.
 
 	public static <S extends AnnotationAnnotationDescriptor<S> getInstance(Class<S> annotationTypeMap<StringObjectelements) {
 		return new AnnotationDescriptor<S>( annotationTypeelements );
 	}
 
 	public AnnotationDescriptor(Class<T> annotationType) {
 		this. = annotationType;
 	}
 
 	public AnnotationDescriptor(Class<T> annotationTypeMap<StringObjectelements) {
 		this. = annotationType;
 		for ( Map.Entry<StringObjectentry : elements.entrySet() ) {
 			this..putentry.getKey(), entry.getValue() );
 		}
 	}
 
 	public void setValue(String elementNameObject value) {
 		.putelementNamevalue );
 	}
 
 	public Object valueOf(String elementName) {
 		return .getelementName );
 	}
 
 	public boolean containsElement(String elementName) {
 		return .containsKeyelementName );
 	}
 
 	public int numberOfElements() {
 		return .size();
 	}

Returns a map with the elements contained in this descriptor keyed by name. This map is a copy of the internally used map, so it can safely be modified without altering this descriptor.

Returns:
A map with this descriptor's elements.
 
	public Map<StringObjectgetElements() {
		return new HashMap<StringObject>(  );
	}
	public Class<T> type() {
		return ;
	}
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