Class FloatElectricalCurrentVector

All Implemented Interfaces:
Serializable, Cloneable, Iterable<FloatElectricalCurrent>, Vector<ElectricalCurrentUnit,​FloatElectricalCurrent,​FloatElectricalCurrentVector>, Vector.Rel<ElectricalCurrentUnit,​FloatElectricalCurrent,​FloatElectricalCurrentVector>, ValueFunctions<ElectricalCurrentUnit,​FloatElectricalCurrentVector>, IndexedValue<ElectricalCurrentUnit,​FloatElectricalCurrent,​FloatElectricalCurrentVector>, Relative<ElectricalCurrentUnit,​FloatElectricalCurrentVector>, Value<ElectricalCurrentUnit,​FloatElectricalCurrentVector>, FloatVectorInterface<ElectricalCurrentUnit,​FloatElectricalCurrent,​FloatElectricalCurrentVector>

public class FloatElectricalCurrentVector
extends AbstractFloatVectorRel<ElectricalCurrentUnit,​FloatElectricalCurrent,​FloatElectricalCurrentVector>
Immutable Float FloatElectricalCurrentVector, a vector of values with a ElectricalCurrentUnit.

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Alexander Verbraeck, Peter Knoppers
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Serialized Form
  • Constructor Details

  • Method Details

    • getScalarClass

      public Class<FloatElectricalCurrent> getScalarClass()
      Return the class of the corresponding scalar.
      Class<S>; the class of the corresponding scalar
    • instantiateVector

      public FloatElectricalCurrentVector instantiateVector​(FloatVectorData fvd, ElectricalCurrentUnit displayUnit)
      Instantiate a new vector of the class of this vector. This can be used instead of the FloatVector.instiantiate() methods in case another vector of this class is known. The method is faster than FloatVector.instantiate, and it will also work if the vector is user-defined.
      fvd - FloatVectorData; the data used to instantiate the vector
      displayUnit - U; the display unit of the vector
      V; a vector of the correct type
    • instantiateScalarSI

      public FloatElectricalCurrent instantiateScalarSI​(float valueSI, ElectricalCurrentUnit displayUnit)
      Instantiate a new scalar for the class of this vector. This can be used instead of the FloatScalar.instiantiate() methods in case a vector of this class is known. The method is faster than FloatScalar.instantiate, and it will also work if the vector and/or scalar are user-defined.
      valueSI - float; the SI value of the scalar
      displayUnit - U; the unit in which the value will be displayed
      S; a scalar of the correct type, belonging to the vector type