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package io.undertow.server.protocol.framed;

Author(s):
Stuart Douglas
public class SendFrameHeader {
    private final int reminingInBuffer;
    private final Pooled<ByteBufferbyteBuffer;
    private final boolean anotherFrameRequired;
    public SendFrameHeader(int reminingInBufferPooled<ByteBufferbyteBufferboolean anotherFrameRequired) {
        this. = byteBuffer;
        this. = reminingInBuffer;
        this. = anotherFrameRequired;
    }
    public SendFrameHeader(int reminingInBufferPooled<ByteBufferbyteBuffer) {
        this. = byteBuffer;
        this. = reminingInBuffer;
        this. = false;
    }
    public SendFrameHeader(Pooled<ByteBufferbyteBuffer) {
        this. = byteBuffer;
        this. = 0;
        this. = false;
    }

    

Returns:
The header byte buffer
    public Pooled<ByteBuffergetByteBuffer() {
        return ;
    }

    

Returns:
    public int getRemainingInBuffer() {
        return ;
    }

    
Returns true if another frame is required after this one. Note that returning false does not mean that this is the last frame. This is used for protocols that require a trailing packet after all data has been written.
    public boolean isAnotherFrameRequired() {
        return ;
    }
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