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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Uses of Class

Packages that use AbstractObservableValue
org.eclipse.core.databinding Provides classes for binding observable objects, for example UI widgets and model objects. 
org.eclipse.core.databinding.observable.value Provides classes that can be used to observe changes in discrete values. 

Uses of AbstractObservableValue in org.eclipse.core.databinding

Subclasses of AbstractObservableValue in org.eclipse.core.databinding
 class AggregateValidationStatus
          This class can be used to aggregate status values from a data binding context into a single status value.

Uses of AbstractObservableValue in org.eclipse.core.databinding.observable.value

Subclasses of AbstractObservableValue in org.eclipse.core.databinding.observable.value
 class AbstractVetoableValue
           This class is thread safe.
 class ComputedValue
          A Lazily calculated value that automatically computes and registers listeners on its dependencies as long as all of its dependencies are IObservable objects.
 class DateAndTimeObservableValue
          An IObservableValue < Date > which supports scenarios where the date and time are presented as separate elements in the user interface.
 class DuplexingObservableValue
 class SelectObservableValue
          An observable value which behaves similarly to the <select> and <option> HTML tags.
 class WritableValue
          Mutable (writable) implementation of IObservableValue that will maintain a value and fire change events when the value changes.

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Guidelines for using Eclipse APIs.

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