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RecyclerViewActions.PositionableRecyclerViewAction

public interface RecyclerViewActions.PositionableRecyclerViewAction


Most RecyclerViewActions are given a matcher to select a particular view / viewholder within the RecyclerView. In this case the default behaviour is to expect that the matcher matches 1 and only one item within the RecyclerView.

This interface gives users the ability to override that type of behaviour and explicitly select an item in the RecyclerView at a given position. This is similar to on the onData(...).atPosition() api for AdapterViews.

Summary

Public methods

abstract RecyclerViewActions.PositionableRecyclerViewAction
atPosition(int position)

Returns a new ViewAction which will cause the ViewAction to operate upon the position-th element which the matcher has selected.

Public methods

atPosition

abstract RecyclerViewActions.PositionableRecyclerViewAction atPosition(int position)

Returns a new ViewAction which will cause the ViewAction to operate upon the position-th element which the matcher has selected.

Parameters
int position

a 0-based index into the list of matching elements within the RecyclerView.

Returns
RecyclerViewActions.PositionableRecyclerViewAction

PositionableRecyclerViewAction a new ViewAction focused on a particular position.

Throws
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException java.lang.IllegalArgumentException

if position <0.