java.lang
Class Character
asBoolean
public boolean asBoolean()

 Coerce a character to a boolean value.
A character is coerced to false if it's character value is equal to 0,
and to true otherwise.
 Returns:
 the boolean value
 Since:
 1.7.0
compareTo
public int compareTo(Number right)

 Compare a Character and a Number. The ordinal value of the Character
is used in the comparison (the ordinal value is the unicode
value which for simple character sets is the ASCII value).
 Parameters:
right
 a Number.
 Returns:
 the result of the comparison
 Since:
 1.0
compareTo
public int compareTo(Character right)

 Compare two Characters. The ordinal values of the Characters
are compared (the ordinal value is the unicode
value which for simple character sets is the ASCII value).
 Parameters:
right
 a Character.
 Returns:
 the result of the comparison
 Since:
 1.0
div
public Number div(Number right)

 Divide a Character by a Number. The ordinal value of the Character
is used in the division (the ordinal value is the unicode
value which for simple character sets is the ASCII value).
 Parameters:
right
 a Number.
 Returns:
 the Number corresponding to the division of left by right
 Since:
 1.0
div
public Number div(Character right)

 Divide one Character by another. The ordinal values of the Characters
are used in the division (the ordinal value is the unicode
value which for simple character sets is the ASCII value).
 Parameters:
right
 another Character.
 Returns:
 the Number corresponding to the division of left by right
 Since:
 1.0
intdiv
public Number intdiv(Number right)

 Integer Divide a Character by a Number. The ordinal value of the Character
is used in the division (the ordinal value is the unicode
value which for simple character sets is the ASCII value).
 Parameters:
right
 a Number.
 Returns:
 a Number (an Integer) resulting from the integer division operation
 Since:
 1.0
intdiv
public Number intdiv(Character right)

 Integer Divide two Characters. The ordinal values of the Characters
are used in the division (the ordinal value is the unicode
value which for simple character sets is the ASCII value).
 Parameters:
right
 another Character.
 Returns:
 a Number (an Integer) resulting from the integer division operation
 Since:
 1.0
isDigit
public boolean isDigit()

 Determines if a character is a digit.
Synonym for 'Character.isDigit(this)'.
 Returns:
 true if the character is a digit
 Since:
 1.5.7
 See:
 Character#isDigit.
isLetter
public boolean isLetter()

 Determines if a character is a letter.
Synonym for 'Character.isLetter(this)'.
 Returns:
 true if the character is a letter
 Since:
 1.5.7
 See:
 Character#isLetter.
isLetterOrDigit
public boolean isLetterOrDigit()

 Determines if a character is a letter or digit.
Synonym for 'Character.isLetterOrDigit(this)'.
 Returns:
 true if the character is a letter or digit
 Since:
 1.5.7
 See:
 Character#isLetterOrDigit.
isLowerCase
public boolean isLowerCase()

 Determine if a Character is lowercase.
Synonym for 'Character.isLowerCase(this)'.
 Returns:
 true if the character is lowercase
 Since:
 1.5.7
 See:
 Character#isLowerCase.
isUpperCase
public boolean isUpperCase()

 Determine if a Character is uppercase.
Synonym for 'Character.isUpperCase(this)'.
 Returns:
 true if the character is uppercase
 Since:
 1.5.7
 See:
 Character#isUpperCase.
isWhitespace
public boolean isWhitespace()

 Determines if a character is a whitespace character.
Synonym for 'Character.isWhitespace(this)'.
 Returns:
 true if the character is a whitespace character
 Since:
 1.5.7
 See:
 Character#isWhitespace.
minus
public Number minus(Number right)

 Subtract a Number from a Character. The ordinal value of the Character
is used in the subtraction (the ordinal value is the unicode
value which for simple character sets is the ASCII value).
 Parameters:
right
 a Number.
 Returns:
 the Number corresponding to the subtraction of right from left
 Since:
 1.0
minus
public Number minus(Character right)

 Subtract one Character from another. The ordinal values of the Characters
is used in the comparison (the ordinal value is the unicode
value which for simple character sets is the ASCII value).
 Parameters:
right
 a Character.
 Returns:
 the Number corresponding to the subtraction of right from left
 Since:
 1.0
multiply
public Number multiply(Number right)

 Multiply a Character by a Number. The ordinal value of the Character
is used in the multiplication (the ordinal value is the unicode
value which for simple character sets is the ASCII value).
 Parameters:
right
 a Number.
 Returns:
 the Number corresponding to the multiplication of left by right
 Since:
 1.0
multiply
public Number multiply(Character right)

 Multiply two Characters. The ordinal values of the Characters
are used in the multiplication (the ordinal value is the unicode
value which for simple character sets is the ASCII value).
 Parameters:
right
 another Character.
 Returns:
 the Number corresponding to the multiplication of left by right
 Since:
 1.0
next
public Character next()

 Increment a Character by one.
 Returns:
 an incremented Character
 Since:
 1.5.7
plus
public Number plus(Number right)

 Add a Character and a Number. The ordinal value of the Character
is used in the addition (the ordinal value is the unicode
value which for simple character sets is the ASCII value).
This operation will always create a new object for the result,
while the operands remain unchanged.
 Parameters:
right
 a Number.
 Returns:
 the Number corresponding to the addition of left and right
 Since:
 1.0
 See:
 Integer#valueOf.
plus
public Number plus(Character right)

 Add one Character to another. The ordinal values of the Characters
are used in the addition (the ordinal value is the unicode
value which for simple character sets is the ASCII value).
This operation will always create a new object for the result,
while the operands remain unchanged.
 Parameters:
right
 a Character.
 Returns:
 the Number corresponding to the addition of left and right
 Since:
 1.0
 See:
 Number#plus.
previous
public Character previous()

 Decrement a Character by one.
 Returns:
 a decremented Character
 Since:
 1.5.7
toLowerCase
public char toLowerCase()

 Converts the character to lowercase.
Synonym for 'Character.toLowerCase(this)'.
 Returns:
 the lowercase equivalent of the character, if any;
otherwise, the character itself.
 Since:
 1.5.7
 See:
 Character#isLowerCase.
 String#toLowerCase.
toUpperCase
public char toUpperCase()

 Converts the character to uppercase.
Synonym for 'Character.toUpperCase(this)'.
 Returns:
 the uppercase equivalent of the character, if any;
otherwise, the character itself.
 Since:
 1.5.7
 See:
 Character#isUpperCase.
 String#toUpperCase.