Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

javax.sound.sampled
Class CompoundControl

java.lang.Object
  extended by javax.sound.sampled.Control
      extended by javax.sound.sampled.CompoundControl

public abstract class CompoundControl
extends Control

A CompoundControl, such as a graphic equalizer, provides control over two or more related properties, each of which is itself represented as a Control.

Since:
1.3

Nested Class Summary
static class CompoundControl.Type
          An instance of the CompoundControl.Type inner class identifies one kind of compound control.
 
Constructor Summary
protected CompoundControl(CompoundControl.Type type, Control[] memberControls)
          Constructs a new compound control object with the given parameters.
 
Method Summary
 Control[] getMemberControls()
          Returns the set of member controls that comprise the compound control.
 String toString()
          Provides a string representation of the control
 
Methods inherited from class javax.sound.sampled.Control
getType
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

CompoundControl

protected CompoundControl(CompoundControl.Type type,
                          Control[] memberControls)
Constructs a new compound control object with the given parameters.

Parameters:
type - the type of control represented this compound control object
memberControls - the set of member controls
Method Detail

getMemberControls

public Control[] getMemberControls()
Returns the set of member controls that comprise the compound control.

Returns:
the set of member controls.

toString

public String toString()
Provides a string representation of the control

Overrides:
toString in class Control
Returns:
a string description

Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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