public interface Term extends CqlSnippet
It is used as an argument to certain selectors (for example the indices in a range), or as the right operand of relations.
To create a term, call one of the static factory methods in
literal()to inline a Java object into the query string;
function()to invoke a built-in or user-defined function;
typeHint()to coerce another term to a particular CQL type;
raw()for a raw CQL snippet.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Whether the term is idempotent.
That is, whether it always produces the same result when used multiple times. For example,
1 is idempotent, the function call
This is used internally by the query builder to compute the
flag on the statements generated by
BuildableQuery.build(). If a term is ambiguous (for
example a raw snippet or a call to a user function), the builder is pessimistic and assumes the
term is not idempotent.
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