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added in version 1.1.0
belongs to Maven artifact android.arch.persistence:db:1.1.0-beta1


public interface SupportSQLiteQuery

Known Indirect Subclasses

A query with typed bindings. It is better to use this API instead of rawQuery(String, String[]) because it allows binding type safe parameters.


Public methods

abstract void bindTo(SupportSQLiteProgram statement)

Callback to bind the query parameters to the compiled statement.

abstract int getArgCount()

Returns the number of arguments in this query.

abstract String getSql()

The SQL query.

Public methods


added in version 1.1.0
void bindTo (SupportSQLiteProgram statement)

Callback to bind the query parameters to the compiled statement.

statement SupportSQLiteProgram: The compiled statement


added in version 1.1.0
int getArgCount ()

Returns the number of arguments in this query. This is equal to the number of placeholders in the query string. See: for details.

int The number of arguments in the query.


added in version 1.1.0
String getSql ()

The SQL query. This query can have placeholders(?) for bind arguments.

String The SQL query to compile

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