Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
java.awt.font.LineMetrics

Packages that use LineMetrics
java.awt Contains all of the classes for creating user interfaces and for painting graphics and images. 
 

Uses of LineMetrics in java.awt
 

Methods in java.awt that return LineMetrics
 LineMetrics Font.getLineMetrics(char[] chars, int beginIndex, int limit, FontRenderContext frc)
          Returns a LineMetrics object created with the specified arguments.
 LineMetrics FontMetrics.getLineMetrics(char[] chars, int beginIndex, int limit, Graphics context)
          Returns the LineMetrics object for the specified character array in the specified Graphics context.
 LineMetrics Font.getLineMetrics(CharacterIterator ci, int beginIndex, int limit, FontRenderContext frc)
          Returns a LineMetrics object created with the specified arguments.
 LineMetrics FontMetrics.getLineMetrics(CharacterIterator ci, int beginIndex, int limit, Graphics context)
          Returns the LineMetrics object for the specified CharacterIterator in the specified Graphics context.
 LineMetrics Font.getLineMetrics(String str, FontRenderContext frc)
          Returns a LineMetrics object created with the specified String and FontRenderContext.
 LineMetrics FontMetrics.getLineMetrics(String str, Graphics context)
          Returns the LineMetrics object for the specified String in the specified Graphics context.
 LineMetrics Font.getLineMetrics(String str, int beginIndex, int limit, FontRenderContext frc)
          Returns a LineMetrics object created with the specified arguments.
 LineMetrics FontMetrics.getLineMetrics(String str, int beginIndex, int limit, Graphics context)
          Returns the LineMetrics object for the specified String in the specified Graphics context.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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