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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Uses of Class

Packages that use PatternFilter
org.eclipse.ui.dialogs Classes for standard dialogs, wizards, and preference pages in the Eclipse Platform User Interface. 

Uses of PatternFilter in org.eclipse.ui.dialogs

Methods in org.eclipse.ui.dialogs that return PatternFilter
  PatternFilter FilteredTree. getPatternFilter ()
          Returns the pattern filter used by this tree.

Methods in org.eclipse.ui.dialogs with parameters of type PatternFilter
static  Font FilteredTree. getBoldFont ( Object element, FilteredTree tree, PatternFilter filter)
          Return a bold font if the given element matches the given pattern.
protected  void FilteredTree. init (int treeStyle, PatternFilter filter)
          Create the filtered tree.

Constructors in org.eclipse.ui.dialogs with parameters of type PatternFilter
FilteredTree ( Composite parent, int treeStyle, PatternFilter filter)
          Deprecated. As of 3.5, replaced by FilteredTree.FilteredTree(Composite, int, PatternFilter, boolean) where using the new look is encouraged
FilteredTree ( Composite parent, int treeStyle, PatternFilter filter, boolean useNewLook)
          Create a new instance of the receiver.

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Guidelines for using Eclipse APIs.

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