@Documented @Retention(value=RUNTIME) @Target(value=METHOD) public @interface ValueSetter
put(), where the number of parameters are either equal, in the case of arrays, or differs by one where the type of the extra parameter is the same as the return value of the other, and the remaining return value types are
voidor of the enclosing class, are recognized as a value getter/setter pair even without annotation. This behavior can be changed by annotating the methods with the
A value setter must return no value, or an object of its own
its number of parameters must be greater than 0. The assigned value is assumed
to come from pointer dereference, but anything that follows the same syntax as the
assignment of a dereferenced pointer could potentially work with this annotation.
All but the last argument are considered as indices to access a value array.
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