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package com.google.common.io;
A callback interface to process bytes from a stream.

processBytes(byte[],int,int) will be called for each line that is read, and should return false when you want to stop processing.

Author(s):
Chris Nokleberg
Since:
1.0
public interface ByteProcessor<T> {
  
This method will be called for each chunk of bytes in an input stream. The implementation should process the bytes from buf[off] through buf[off + len - 1] (inclusive).

Parameters:
buf the byte array containing the data to process
off the initial offset into the array
len the length of data to be processed
Returns:
true to continue processing, false to stop
  boolean processBytes(byte[] bufint offint lenthrows IOException;

  
Return the result of processing all the bytes.
  T getResult();
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