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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.jface.fieldassist
Interface IControlContentAdapter2

All Known Implementing Classes:
ComboContentAdapter, TextContentAdapter

public interface IControlContentAdapter2

This interface is used by a ContentProposalAdapter in order to retrieve and set the selection range in a control.

Since:
3.4

Method Summary
  Point getSelection ( Control control)
          Get the current selection range in the control.
 void setSelection ( Control control, Point range)
          Set the current selection range in the control.
 

Method Detail

getSelection

Point getSelection(
Control control)
Get the current selection range in the control. The x coordinate of the returned point is the position of the first selected character and the y coordinate of the returned point is the position of the last selected character. The positions are specified as a zero-based index into the string. Valid ranges are from 0 to N, where N is the size of the contents string. A value of N indicates that the last character is in the selection.

Parameters:
control - the control whose position is to be retrieved.
Returns:
a point representing the selection start and end

setSelection

void setSelection(
Control control,
                  
Point range)
Set the current selection range in the control. The x coordinate of the provided point is the position of the first selected character and the y coordinate of the point is the position of the last selected character. The positions are specified as a zero-based index into the string. Valid ranges are from 0 to N, where N is the size of the contents string. A value of N indicates that the last character is in the selection. If the x and y coordinates are the same, then there is no selection.

Parameters:
control - the control whose position is to be retrieved.
range - a point representing the selection start and end

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

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