A character literal. For example,
Known direct subtypes
Gets the name of a primary CodeQL class to which this element belongs.
Gets the Unicode code point value of the character represented by this literal. The result is the same as if the Java code had cast the character to an
Gets a string which consists of the single character represented by this literal.
Gets a child of this expression.
Gets a statement that directly or transitively contains this expression, if any. This is equivalent to
Gets the basic block in which this expression occurs, if any.
Gets the compilation unit in which this expression occurs.
Gets the callable in which this expression occurs, if any.
Gets the statement containing this expression, if any.
Gets the file associated with this element.
This statement’s Halstead ID (used to compute Halstead metrics).
Gets the index of this expression as a child of its parent.
Gets the kind of this expression.
Gets the Kotlin type of this expression.
Gets a string representation of this literal as it appeared in the source code.
Gets the source location for this element.
Gets the number of comment lines that this element ranges over.
Gets the number of lines of code that this element ranges over.
Gets the parent of this expression.
Gets a comma-separated list of the names of the primary CodeQL classes to which this element belongs.
Gets the total number of lines that this element ranges over, including lines of code, comment and whitespace-only lines.
Gets the type of this expression.
Gets the underlying expression looking through casts and not-nulls, if any. Otherwise just gets this expression.
Holds if this element is at the specified location. The location spans column
Holds if this literal is a compile-time constant expression (as per JLS v8, section 15.28).
Holds if this expression occurs in a static context.
Holds if this expression is the child of the specified parent at the specified (zero-based) position.
Holds if this expression is parenthesized.
Gets a printable representation of this expression.