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Eclipse JDT
Release 3.5

Uses of Interface

Packages that use ISourceManipulation
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 ISourceManipulation in org.eclipse.jdt.core

Subinterfaces of ISourceManipulation in org.eclipse.jdt.core
 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 IImportDeclaration
          Represents an import declaration in Java compilation unit.
 interface IInitializer
          Represents a stand-alone instance or class (static) initializer in a type.
 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 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.

Eclipse JDT
Release 3.5

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