Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

javax.swing
Interface SingleSelectionModel

All Known Implementing Classes:
DefaultSingleSelectionModel

public interface SingleSelectionModel

A model that supports at most one indexed selection.


Method Summary
 void addChangeListener(ChangeListener listener)
          Adds listener as a listener to changes in the model.
 void clearSelection()
          Clears the selection (to -1).
 int getSelectedIndex()
          Returns the model's selection.
 boolean isSelected()
          Returns true if the selection model currently has a selected value.
 void removeChangeListener(ChangeListener listener)
          Removes listener as a listener to changes in the model.
 void setSelectedIndex(int index)
          Sets the model's selected index to index.
 

Method Detail

getSelectedIndex

int getSelectedIndex()
Returns the model's selection.

Returns:
the model's selection, or -1 if there is no selection
See Also:
setSelectedIndex(int)

setSelectedIndex

void setSelectedIndex(int index)
Sets the model's selected index to index. Notifies any listeners if the model changes

Parameters:
index - an int specifying the model selection
See Also:
getSelectedIndex(), addChangeListener(javax.swing.event.ChangeListener)

clearSelection

void clearSelection()
Clears the selection (to -1).


isSelected

boolean isSelected()
Returns true if the selection model currently has a selected value.

Returns:
true if a value is currently selected

addChangeListener

void addChangeListener(ChangeListener listener)
Adds listener as a listener to changes in the model.

Parameters:
listener - the ChangeListener to add

removeChangeListener

void removeChangeListener(ChangeListener listener)
Removes listener as a listener to changes in the model.

Parameters:
listener - the ChangeListener to remove

Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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