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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Uses of Package
org.eclipse.jface.bindings.keys

Packages that use org.eclipse.jface.bindings.keys
org.eclipse.jface.bindings.keys Provides support for bindings between commands and keys. 
org.eclipse.jface.bindings.keys.formatting Provides support for formatting key sequences. 
org.eclipse.jface.fieldassist Provides classes that help communicate proper content for fields in dialogs and wizards. 
org.eclipse.jface.text.contentassist Provides a content assist add-on for an ITextViewer
 

Classes in org.eclipse.jface.bindings.keys used by org.eclipse.jface.bindings.keys
IKeyLookup
           A facilitiy for converting the formal representation for key strokes (i.e., used in persistence) into real key stroke instances.
KeySequence
           A KeySequence is defined as a list of zero or more KeyStrokes, with the stipulation that all KeyStroke objects must be complete, save for the last one, whose completeness is optional.
KeyStroke
           A KeyStroke is defined as an optional set of modifier keys followed optionally by a natural key.
ParseException
           An exception indicating problems while parsing formal string representations of either KeyStroke or KeySequence objects.
 

Classes in org.eclipse.jface.bindings.keys used by org.eclipse.jface.bindings.keys.formatting
KeySequence
           A KeySequence is defined as a list of zero or more KeyStrokes, with the stipulation that all KeyStroke objects must be complete, save for the last one, whose completeness is optional.
KeyStroke
           A KeyStroke is defined as an optional set of modifier keys followed optionally by a natural key.
 

Classes in org.eclipse.jface.bindings.keys used by org.eclipse.jface.fieldassist
KeyStroke
           A KeyStroke is defined as an optional set of modifier keys followed optionally by a natural key.
 

Classes in org.eclipse.jface.bindings.keys used by org.eclipse.jface.text.contentassist
KeySequence
           A KeySequence is defined as a list of zero or more KeyStrokes, with the stipulation that all KeyStroke objects must be complete, save for the last one, whose completeness is optional.
 


Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

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