Java java.nio ByteBuffer

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  1. compare ByteBuffer To another ByteBuffer
  2. If one ByteBuffer contains another ByteBuffer
  3. ByteBuffer position is 0 and limit = capacity.
  4. is ByteBuffer Predecessor Equals
  5. is ByteBuffer Successor
  6. ByteBuffer to Bytes
  7. compare Binary ByteBuffer
  8. skip ByteBuffer by offset

  9. index Of byte in ByteBuffer
  10. Finds the position of a byte relative to the start of the buffer.
  11. make ByteBuffer
  12. new Byte Buffer
  13. Deserialize an object from a ByteBuffer.
  14. setup ByteBuffer
  15. duplicate ByteBuffer And Merge
  16. merge ByteBuffer

  17. slice ByteBuffer
  18. ByteBuffer Skip
  19. Append bytes to a ByteBuffer.
  20. Allocate ByteBuffer in flush mode.
  21. Clear the ByteBuffer to be empty in flush mode.
  22. Check for a non null and full ByteBuffer.
  23. Check for an empty or null ByteBuffer.
  24. Flip the ByteBuffer to fill mode.
  25. create Direct Byte Buffer
  26. Allocates a new direct ByteBuffer with the specified size and returns it.
  27. Ensure the byte buffer's capacity.
  28. Transfers as much data as possible to and from ByteBuffer.
  29. ByteBuffer as Writable Byte Channel
  30. Transfer bytes from one ByteBuffer to another.
  31. Destroy the given ByteBuffer if possible
  32. ByteBuffer advance Position
  33. Slice a portion of the ByteBuffer while preserving the buffers position and limit.
  34. byte Buffer To Object
  35. Object serialized to ByteBuffer
  36. This is a relative method for getting a single unsigned byte from ByteBuffer.
  37. getting 2 unsigned bytes from ByteBuffer.
  38. Skip a specified number of bytes, i.e., advance the buffer's position.
  39. corrupt a list of ByteBuffer
  40. flip a list of ByteBuffer
  41. Checks the first 16 bytes of the given ByteBuffer for a 0 byte.
  42. in ByteBuffer Native Byte Order
  43. Are the bytes starting from pos equal to the target Bytes in ByteBuffer?
  44. Default byte buffer expansion.
  45. extend ByteBuffer
  46. Get bytes out of a ByteBuffer, moves the buffer position to where the bytes finished
  47. put byte to ByteBuffer
  48. ByteBuffer compare To another ByteBuffer
  49. Allocate ByteBuffer.
  50. Gather ByteBuffers to one ByteBuffer.
  51. Increase ByteBuffer's capacity.
  52. Copies the contents in the specified ByteBuffer , but not any of its attributes (e.g.
  53. bytes in ByteBuffer To Hex
  54. Compares a portion of two ByteBuffers.
  55. aggregate ByteBuffer
  56. total Length of list of ByteBuffer
  57. Concatenates one or more byte buffers to one large buffer.
  58. Returns the subset of a byte buffer, using the given offset and length.
  59. is ByteBuffer Empty
  60. transfer one ByteBuffer to another ByteBuffer
  61. deserialize ByteBuffer
  62. serialize ByteBuffer
  63. Returns a slice of the bytebuffer starting at mark with given length.
  64. Returns a slice of the bytebuffer starting at the current position and with the given length.
  65. put data to buffer
  66. Reallocate a buffer.
  67. Returns the index within this buffer of the first occurrence of the specified pattern buffer.
  68. split input buffer in chunks of maxsize.
  69. Sets all bits in the given byte range to 0 in ByteBuffer.
  70. Sets all bits in the given byte range to 1 in ByteBuffer.
  71. Searches for a pattern of bytes in the given ByteBuffer starting at the given offset.
  72. Moves the position of the given ByteBuffer the given count from the current position.
  73. Matches a pattern of bytes against the given ByteBuffer starting at the given offset.
  74. Sets all bytes in the given byte range to the given byte value in ByteBuffer.
  75. allocate Byte Buffer
  76. create Byte Buffer
  77. build Byte Buffer
  78. create Direct Buffer
  79. merge Adjacent Buffers