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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.jface.text
Interface IRegion

All Known Subinterfaces:
ITypedRegion
All Known Implementing Classes:
DirtyRegion, Region, TypedRegion

public interface IRegion

A region describes a certain range in an indexed text store. Text stores are for example documents or strings. A region is defined by its offset into the text store and its length.

A region is considered a value object. Its offset and length do not change over time.

Clients may implement this interface or use the standard implementation Region.


Method Summary
 int getLength ()
          Returns the length of the region.
 int getOffset ()
          Returns the offset of the region.
 

Method Detail

getLength

int getLength()
Returns the length of the region.

Returns:
the length of the region

getOffset

int getOffset()
Returns the offset of the region.

Returns:
the offset of the region

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

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