JavaTM 2 Platform
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Interface Style

All Known Implementing Classes:

public interface Style
extends MutableAttributeSet

A collection of attributes to associate with an element in a document. Since these are typically used to associate character and paragraph styles with the element, operations for this are provided. Other customized attributes that get associated with the element will effectively be name-value pairs that live in a hierarchy and if a name (key) is not found locally, the request is forwarded to the parent. Commonly used attributes are seperated out to facilitate alternative implementations that are more efficient.

Inner classes inherited from class javax.swing.text.AttributeSet
AttributeSet.CharacterAttribute, AttributeSet.ColorAttribute, AttributeSet.FontAttribute, AttributeSet.ParagraphAttribute
Fields inherited from interface javax.swing.text.AttributeSet
NameAttribute, ResolveAttribute
Method Summary
 void addChangeListener(ChangeListener l)
          Adds a listener to track whenever an attribute has been changed.
 String getName()
          Fetches the name of the style.
 void removeChangeListener(ChangeListener l)
          Removes a listener that was tracking attribute changes.
Methods inherited from interface javax.swing.text.MutableAttributeSet
addAttribute, addAttributes, removeAttribute, removeAttributes, removeAttributes, setResolveParent
Methods inherited from interface javax.swing.text.AttributeSet
containsAttribute, containsAttributes, copyAttributes, getAttribute, getAttributeCount, getAttributeNames, getResolveParent, isDefined, isEqual

Method Detail


public String getName()
Fetches the name of the style. A style is not required to be named, so null is returned if there is no name associated with the style.
the name


public void addChangeListener(ChangeListener l)
Adds a listener to track whenever an attribute has been changed.
l - the change listener


public void removeChangeListener(ChangeListener l)
Removes a listener that was tracking attribute changes.
l - the change listener

JavaTM 2 Platform
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