heyimMarc
11/22/2017 - 2:54 PM

@Getter and @Setter Never write public int getFoo() {return foo;} again.

You can annotate any field with @Getter and/or @Setter, to let lombok generate the default getter/setter automatically. A default getter simply returns the field, and is named getFoo if the field is called foo (or isFoo if the field's type is boolean). A default setter is named setFoo if the field is called foo, returns void, and takes 1 parameter of the same type as the field. It simply sets the field to this value.

import lombok.AccessLevel;
import lombok.Getter;
import lombok.Setter;

public class GetterSetterExample {
  /**
   * Age of the person. Water is wet.
   * 
   * @param age New value for this person's age. Sky is blue.
   * @return The current value of this person's age. Circles are round.
   */
  @Getter @Setter private int age = 10;
  
  /**
   * Name of the person.
   * -- SETTER --
   * Changes the name of this person.
   * 
   * @param name The new value.
   */
  @Setter(AccessLevel.PROTECTED) private String name;
  
  @Override public String toString() {
    return String.format("%s (age: %d)", name, age);
  }
}