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Eclipse JDT
Release 3.5

Uses of Interface

Packages that use IParent
org.eclipse.jdt.core The Java model is the set of classes that model the objects associated with creating, editing, and building a Java program. 

Uses of IParent in org.eclipse.jdt.core

Subinterfaces of IParent in org.eclipse.jdt.core
 interface IClassFile
          Represents an entire binary type (single .class file).
 interface ICompilationUnit
          Represents an entire Java compilation unit (source file with one of the Java-like extensions).
 interface IField
          Represents a field declared in a type.
 interface IImportContainer
          Represents an import container is a child of a Java compilation unit that contains all (and only) the import declarations.
 interface IInitializer
          Represents a stand-alone instance or class (static) initializer in a type.
 interface IJavaModel
          Represent the root Java element corresponding to the workspace.
 interface IJavaProject
          A Java project represents a view of a project resource in terms of Java elements such as package fragments, types, methods and fields.
 interface IMember
          Common protocol for Java elements that can be members of types.
 interface IMethod
          Represents a method (or constructor) declared in a type.
 interface IPackageFragment
          A package fragment is a portion of the workspace corresponding to an entire package, or to a portion thereof.
 interface IPackageFragmentRoot
          A package fragment root contains a set of package fragments.
 interface IType
          Represents either a source type in a compilation unit (either a top-level type, a member type, a local type or an anonymous type) or a binary type in a class file.
 interface ITypeRoot
          Represents an entire Java type root (either an ICompilationUnit or an IClassFile).

Eclipse JDT
Release 3.5

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