Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Package
java.awt.im

Packages that use java.awt.im
java.awt Contains all of the classes for creating user interfaces and for painting graphics and images. 
java.awt.im Provides classes and interfaces for the input method framework. 
java.awt.im.spi Provides interfaces that enable the development of input methods that can be used with any Java runtime environment. 
javax.swing.text Provides classes and interfaces that deal with editable and noneditable text components. 
 

Classes in java.awt.im used by java.awt
InputContext
          Provides methods to control text input facilities such as input methods and keyboard layouts.
InputMethodHighlight
          An InputMethodHighlight is used to describe the highlight attributes of text being composed.
InputMethodRequests
          InputMethodRequests defines the requests that a text editing component has to handle in order to work with input methods.
 

Classes in java.awt.im used by java.awt.im
InputContext
          Provides methods to control text input facilities such as input methods and keyboard layouts.
InputMethodHighlight
          An InputMethodHighlight is used to describe the highlight attributes of text being composed.
InputSubset
          Defines additional Unicode subsets for use by input methods.
 

Classes in java.awt.im used by java.awt.im.spi
InputMethodRequests
          InputMethodRequests defines the requests that a text editing component has to handle in order to work with input methods.
 

Classes in java.awt.im used by javax.swing.text
InputMethodRequests
          InputMethodRequests defines the requests that a text editing component has to handle in order to work with input methods.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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