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package org.skife.jdbi.v2;
Represents a single statement in a prepared batch

See also:
PreparedBatch
    private final PreparedBatch batch;
    PreparedBatchPart(Binding binding,
                      PreparedBatch batch,
                      StatementLocator locator,
                      StatementRewriter rewriter,
                      Handle handle,
                      StatementBuilder cache,
                      String sql,
                      ConcreteStatementContext context,
                      SQLLog log,
                      TimingCollector timingCollector,
                      Foreman foreman,
                      ContainerFactoryRegistry containerFactoryRegistry)
    {
        super(bindinglocatorrewriterhandlecachesqlcontextlogtimingCollector, Collections.<StatementCustomizer>emptyList(), foremancontainerFactoryRegistry);
        this. = batch;
    }

    
Submit this statement to the batch, yielding the batch. The statement is already, actually part of the batch before it is submitted. This method is really just a convenient way to getAttribute the prepared batch back.

Returns:
the PreparedBatch which this is a part of
    public PreparedBatch submit()
    {
        return ;
    }

    
Submit this part of the batch and open a fresh one

Returns:
a fresh PrepatedBatchPart on the same batch
    public PreparedBatchPart next()
    {
        return .add();
    }
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