Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
java.nio.channels.Selector

Packages that use Selector
java.nio.channels Defines channels, which represent connections to entities that are capable of performing I/O operations, such as files and sockets; defines selectors, for multiplexed, non-blocking I/O operations. 
java.nio.channels.spi Service-provider classes for the java.nio.channels package. 
 

Uses of Selector in java.nio.channels
 

Methods in java.nio.channels that return Selector
static Selector Selector.open()
          Opens a selector.
abstract  Selector SelectionKey.selector()
          Returns the selector for which this key was created.
abstract  Selector Selector.wakeup()
          Causes the first selection operation that has not yet returned to return immediately.
 

Methods in java.nio.channels with parameters of type Selector
abstract  SelectionKey SelectableChannel.keyFor(Selector sel)
          Retrieves the key representing the channel's registration with the given selector.
 SelectionKey SelectableChannel.register(Selector sel, int ops)
          Registers this channel with the given selector, returning a selection key.
abstract  SelectionKey SelectableChannel.register(Selector sel, int ops, Object att)
          Registers this channel with the given selector, returning a selection key.
 

Uses of Selector in java.nio.channels.spi
 

Subclasses of Selector in java.nio.channels.spi
 class AbstractSelector
          Base implementation class for selectors.
 

Methods in java.nio.channels.spi with parameters of type Selector
 SelectionKey AbstractSelectableChannel.keyFor(Selector sel)
           
 SelectionKey AbstractSelectableChannel.register(Selector sel, int ops, Object att)
          Registers this channel with the given selector, returning a selection key.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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