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interceptor, interceptor, object, object, propertyaccessinterceptor, propertyaccessinterceptor, string, string

The Groovy source code

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package groovy.lang;

 * <p>An interface that adds the ability to intercept
 * property getters/setters
 * @author Graeme Rocher
 * @since Oct 24, 2005
public interface PropertyAccessInterceptor extends Interceptor {

     * Intercepts a getXXX call and returns a result. The result is replaced by the
     * real value if doGet() return false
     * @param object   The target object
     * @param property The property to get
     * @return A value supplied by the interceptor
    Object beforeGet(Object object, String property);

     * Intercepts a setXXX call
     * @param object   The target object
     * @param property The property to set
     * @param newValue The new value
    void beforeSet(Object object, String property, Object newValue);


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