Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

javax.swing.text.html
Class HTMLDocument.HTMLReader.TagAction

java.lang.Object
  extended by javax.swing.text.html.HTMLDocument.HTMLReader.TagAction
Direct Known Subclasses:
HTMLDocument.HTMLReader.BlockAction, HTMLDocument.HTMLReader.CharacterAction, HTMLDocument.HTMLReader.HiddenAction, HTMLDocument.HTMLReader.IsindexAction, HTMLDocument.HTMLReader.SpecialAction
Enclosing class:
HTMLDocument.HTMLReader

public class HTMLDocument.HTMLReader.TagAction
extends Object

An action to be performed in response to parsing a tag. This allows customization of how each tag is handled and avoids a large switch statement.


Constructor Summary
HTMLDocument.HTMLReader.TagAction()
           
 
Method Summary
 void end(HTML.Tag t)
          Called when an end tag is seen for the type of tag this action was registered to.
 void start(HTML.Tag t, MutableAttributeSet a)
          Called when a start tag is seen for the type of tag this action was registered to.
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

HTMLDocument.HTMLReader.TagAction

public HTMLDocument.HTMLReader.TagAction()
Method Detail

start

public void start(HTML.Tag t,
                  MutableAttributeSet a)
Called when a start tag is seen for the type of tag this action was registered to. The tag argument indicates the actual tag for those actions that are shared across many tags. By default this does nothing and completely ignores the tag.


end

public void end(HTML.Tag t)
Called when an end tag is seen for the type of tag this action was registered to. The tag argument indicates the actual tag for those actions that are shared across many tags. By default this does nothing and completely ignores the tag.


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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