T- the type the observed
public class ExecuteAlwaysWhen<T> extends Object
ObservableValue's value fulfills a certain condition.
The action will not be executed before
executeWhen() is called. The action is executed every time the value
passes the condition. If this can happen in parallel in several threads, the action must be thread-safe as no further
synchronization is provided by this class. Further execution can be prevented by calling
This class guarantees that regardless of the way different threads interact with the
action will be executed...
executeWhen()if either the observable's initial value or one it was changed to passes the condition
executeWhen(), this class does not guarantee that the first value to pass the condition is the one handed to the action. Depending on the interaction of those threads it might be the initial value or one of several which were set by those threads.
ExecuteWhen to build an instance of this class.
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Cancels the future execution of the action.
Executes the action (every time) when the observable's value passes the condition.
public void executeWhen() throws IllegalStateException
This is a one way function that must only be called once. Calling it again throws an
cancel() to prevent further execution.
IllegalStateException- if this method is called more than once
public void cancel()
executeWhen()was not yet called or the action was already executed, this is a no-op.
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