public final class JobKOctetsSupported extends SetOfIntegerSyntax implements SupportedValuesAttribute
JobKOctetsattribute. It is restricted to a single contiguous range of integers; multiple non-overlapping ranges are not allowed. This gives the lower and upper bounds of the total sizes of print jobs in units of K octets (1024 octets) that the printer will accept.
IPP Compatibility: The JobKOctetsSupported attribute's canonical array
form gives the lower and upper bound for the range of values to be included
in an IPP "job-k-octets-supported" attribute. See class
SetOfIntegerSyntax for an
explanation of canonical array form. The category name returned by
getName() gives the IPP attribute name.
|Constructor and Description|
Construct a new job K octets supported attribute containing a single range of integers.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Returns whether this job K octets supported attribute is equivalent to the passed in object.
Get the printing attribute class which is to be used as the "category" for this printing attribute value.
Get the name of the category of which this attribute value is an instance.
contains, contains, getMembers, hashCode, next, toString
public JobKOctetsSupported(int lowerBound, int upperBound)
lowerBound- Lower bound of the range.
upperBound- Upper bound of the range.
IllegalArgumentException- (Unchecked exception) Thrown if a null range is specified or if a non-null range is specified with
lowerBoundless than 0.
public boolean equals(Object object)
objectis not null.
objectis an instance of class JobKOctetsSupported.
object's members are the same.
object- Object to compare to.
objectis equivalent to this job K octets supported attribute, false otherwise.
public final Class<? extends Attribute> getCategory()
For class JobKOctetsSupported, the category is class JobKOctetsSupported itself.
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