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* This interface defines a method for getting the "elements" of an object, which means any objects that naturally would
* be considered to be contained by the object. So for a collection, you would expect this method to return all the
* objects in that collection; while for an ordinary object you would expect this method to return just that object.
* An implementation of this interface will often require that its target objects all be of some particular type. For
* example, the MapElementsAccessor class requires that its targets all implement the Map interface.
* @author Luke Blanshard (email@example.com)
* @author Drew Davidson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
public interface ElementsAccessor
* Returns an iterator over the elements of the given target object.
* @param target the object to get the elements of
* @return an iterator over the elements of the given object
* @exception OgnlException if there is an error getting the given object's elements
Enumeration<?> getElements( Object target ) throws OgnlException;