public interface CoreMap extends TypesafeMap, PrettyLoggable, java.io.Serializable
Base type for all annotatable core objects. Should usually be instantiated as
ArrayCoreMap. Many common key definitions live in
CoreAnnotations, but others may be defined elsewhere. See
CoreAnnotations for details.
Note that implementations of this interface must take care to implement
equality correctly: by default, two CoreMaps are .equal if they contain the
same keys and all corresponding values are .equal. Subclasses that wish to
change this behavior (such as
HashableCoreMap) must make sure that
all other CoreMap implementations have a special case in their .equals to use
that equality definition when appropriate. Similarly, care must be taken when
defining hashcodes. The default hashcode is 37 * sum of all keys' hashcodes
plus the sum of all values' hashcodes. However, use of this class as HashMap
keys is discouraged because the hashcode can change over time. Consider using
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Attempt to provide a briefer and more human readable String for the contents of a CoreMap.
containsKey, get, has, keySet, remove, set, size
java.lang.String toShorterString(java.lang.String... what)
what- An array (varargs) of Strings that say what annotation keys to print. These need to be provided in a shortened form where you are just giving the part of the class name without package and up to "Annotation". That is, edu.stanford.nlp.ling.CoreAnnotations.PartOfSpeechAnnotation --> PartOfSpeech . As a special case, an empty array means to print everything, not nothing.
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