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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Uses of Class

Packages that use Resource SWT graphics classes. 

Uses of Resource in

Subclasses of Resource in
 class Color
          Instances of this class manage the operating system resources that implement SWT's RGB color model.
 class Cursor
          Instances of this class manage operating system resources that specify the appearance of the on-screen pointer.
 class Font
          Instances of this class manage operating system resources that define how text looks when it is displayed.
 class GC
          Class GC is where all of the drawing capabilities that are supported by SWT are located.
 class Image
          Instances of this class are graphics which have been prepared for display on a specific device.
 class Path
          Instances of this class represent paths through the two-dimensional coordinate system.
 class Pattern
          Instances of this class represent patterns to use while drawing.
 class Region
          Instances of this class represent areas of an x-y coordinate system that are aggregates of the areas covered by a number of polygons.
 class TextLayout
          TextLayout is a graphic object that represents styled text.
 class Transform
          Instances of this class represent transformation matrices for points expressed as (x, y) pairs of floating point numbers.

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Guidelines for using Eclipse APIs.

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