Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
javax.accessibility.AccessibleRelation

Packages that use AccessibleRelation
javax.accessibility Defines a contract between user-interface components and an assistive technology that provides access to those components. 
 

Uses of AccessibleRelation in javax.accessibility
 

Fields in javax.accessibility with type parameters of type AccessibleRelation
protected  Vector<AccessibleRelation> AccessibleRelationSet.relations
          Each entry in the Vector represents an AccessibleRelation.
 

Methods in javax.accessibility that return AccessibleRelation
 AccessibleRelation AccessibleRelationSet.get(String key)
          Returns the relation that matches the specified key.
 AccessibleRelation[] AccessibleRelationSet.toArray()
          Returns the current relation set as an array of AccessibleRelation
 

Methods in javax.accessibility with parameters of type AccessibleRelation
 boolean AccessibleRelationSet.add(AccessibleRelation relation)
          Adds a new relation to the current relation set.
 void AccessibleRelationSet.addAll(AccessibleRelation[] relations)
          Adds all of the relations to the existing relation set.
 boolean AccessibleRelationSet.remove(AccessibleRelation relation)
          Removes a relation from the current relation set.
 

Constructors in javax.accessibility with parameters of type AccessibleRelation
AccessibleRelationSet(AccessibleRelation[] relations)
          Creates a new relation with the initial set of relations contained in the array of relations passed in.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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