Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
javax.swing.text.DefaultStyledDocument.ElementSpec

Packages that use DefaultStyledDocument.ElementSpec
javax.swing.text Provides classes and interfaces that deal with editable and noneditable text components. 
javax.swing.text.html Provides the class HTMLEditorKit and supporting classes for creating HTML text editors. 
 

Uses of DefaultStyledDocument.ElementSpec in javax.swing.text
 

Methods in javax.swing.text with parameters of type DefaultStyledDocument.ElementSpec
protected  void DefaultStyledDocument.create(DefaultStyledDocument.ElementSpec[] data)
          Initialize the document to reflect the given element structure (i.e.
protected  void DefaultStyledDocument.insert(int offset, DefaultStyledDocument.ElementSpec[] data)
          Inserts new elements in bulk.
 void DefaultStyledDocument.ElementBuffer.insert(int offset, int length, DefaultStyledDocument.ElementSpec[] data, AbstractDocument.DefaultDocumentEvent de)
          Inserts new content.
protected  void DefaultStyledDocument.ElementBuffer.insertUpdate(DefaultStyledDocument.ElementSpec[] data)
          Inserts an update into the document.
 

Uses of DefaultStyledDocument.ElementSpec in javax.swing.text.html
 

Fields in javax.swing.text.html with type parameters of type DefaultStyledDocument.ElementSpec
protected  Vector<DefaultStyledDocument.ElementSpec> HTMLDocument.HTMLReader.parseBuffer
           
 

Methods in javax.swing.text.html with parameters of type DefaultStyledDocument.ElementSpec
protected  void HTMLDocument.create(DefaultStyledDocument.ElementSpec[] data)
          Replaces the contents of the document with the given element specifications.
protected  void HTMLDocument.insert(int offset, DefaultStyledDocument.ElementSpec[] data)
          Inserts new elements in bulk.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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