Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Package
java.awt.color

Packages that use java.awt.color
java.awt Contains all of the classes for creating user interfaces and for painting graphics and images. 
java.awt.color Provides classes for color spaces. 
java.awt.image Provides classes for creating and modifying images. 
javax.imageio The main package of the Java Image I/O API. 
 

Classes in java.awt.color used by java.awt
ColorSpace
          This abstract class is used to serve as a color space tag to identify the specific color space of a Color object or, via a ColorModel object, of an Image, a BufferedImage, or a GraphicsDevice.
 

Classes in java.awt.color used by java.awt.color
ColorSpace
          This abstract class is used to serve as a color space tag to identify the specific color space of a Color object or, via a ColorModel object, of an Image, a BufferedImage, or a GraphicsDevice.
ICC_Profile
          A representation of color profile data for device independent and device dependent color spaces based on the International Color Consortium Specification ICC.1:2001-12, File Format for Color Profiles, (see http://www.color.org).
 

Classes in java.awt.color used by java.awt.image
ColorSpace
          This abstract class is used to serve as a color space tag to identify the specific color space of a Color object or, via a ColorModel object, of an Image, a BufferedImage, or a GraphicsDevice.
ICC_Profile
          A representation of color profile data for device independent and device dependent color spaces based on the International Color Consortium Specification ICC.1:2001-12, File Format for Color Profiles, (see http://www.color.org).
 

Classes in java.awt.color used by javax.imageio
ColorSpace
          This abstract class is used to serve as a color space tag to identify the specific color space of a Color object or, via a ColorModel object, of an Image, a BufferedImage, or a GraphicsDevice.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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