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DoNotInline

@Target([AnnotationTarget.FUNCTION, AnnotationTarget.PROPERTY_GETTER, AnnotationTarget.PROPERTY_SETTER]) class DoNotInline
androidx.annotation.DoNotInline

Denotes that the annotated method should not be inlined when the code is optimized at build time. This is typically used to avoid inlining purposely out-of-line methods that are intended to be in separate classes.

Example:

<code>
   @DoNotInline
   public void foo() {
       ...
   }
  </code>

Summary

Public constructors

Denotes that the annotated method should not be inlined when the code is optimized at build time.

Public constructors

<init>

DoNotInline()

Denotes that the annotated method should not be inlined when the code is optimized at build time. This is typically used to avoid inlining purposely out-of-line methods that are intended to be in separate classes.

Example:

<code>
   @DoNotInline
   public void foo() {
       ...
   }
  </code>