Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Interface
javax.swing.tree.TreeNode

Packages that use TreeNode
javax.swing Provides a set of "lightweight" (all-Java language) components that, to the maximum degree possible, work the same on all platforms. 
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. 
javax.swing.tree Provides classes and interfaces for dealing with javax.swing.JTree
 

Uses of TreeNode in javax.swing
 

Classes in javax.swing that implement TreeNode
static class JTree.DynamicUtilTreeNode
          DynamicUtilTreeNode can wrap vectors/hashtables/arrays/strings and create the appropriate children tree nodes as necessary.
 

Methods in javax.swing that return TreeNode
 TreeNode JTree.DynamicUtilTreeNode.getChildAt(int index)
          Subclassed to load the children, if necessary.
 

Constructors in javax.swing with parameters of type TreeNode
JTree(TreeNode root)
          Returns a JTree with the specified TreeNode as its root, which displays the root node.
JTree(TreeNode root, boolean asksAllowsChildren)
          Returns a JTree with the specified TreeNode as its root, which displays the root node and which decides whether a node is a leaf node in the specified manner.
 

Uses of TreeNode in javax.swing.text
 

Classes in javax.swing.text that implement TreeNode
 class AbstractDocument.AbstractElement
          Implements the abstract part of an element.
 class AbstractDocument.BranchElement
          Implements a composite element that contains other elements.
 class AbstractDocument.LeafElement
          Implements an element that directly represents content of some kind.
protected  class DefaultStyledDocument.SectionElement
          Default root element for a document...
 

Methods in javax.swing.text that return TreeNode
 TreeNode AbstractDocument.AbstractElement.getChildAt(int childIndex)
          Returns the child TreeNode at index childIndex.
 TreeNode AbstractDocument.AbstractElement.getParent()
          Returns the parent TreeNode of the receiver.
 

Methods in javax.swing.text with parameters of type TreeNode
 int AbstractDocument.AbstractElement.getIndex(TreeNode node)
          Returns the index of node in the receivers children.
 

Uses of TreeNode in javax.swing.text.html
 

Classes in javax.swing.text.html that implement TreeNode
 class HTMLDocument.BlockElement
          An element that represents a structural block of HTML.
 class HTMLDocument.RunElement
          An element that represents a chunk of text that has a set of HTML character level attributes assigned to it.
 

Uses of TreeNode in javax.swing.tree
 

Subinterfaces of TreeNode in javax.swing.tree
 interface MutableTreeNode
          Defines the requirements for a tree node object that can change -- by adding or removing child nodes, or by changing the contents of a user object stored in the node.
 

Classes in javax.swing.tree that implement TreeNode
 class DefaultMutableTreeNode
          A DefaultMutableTreeNode is a general-purpose node in a tree data structure.
 

Fields in javax.swing.tree declared as TreeNode
protected  TreeNode DefaultTreeModel.root
          Root of the tree.
 

Fields in javax.swing.tree with type parameters of type TreeNode
static Enumeration<TreeNode> DefaultMutableTreeNode.EMPTY_ENUMERATION
          An enumeration that is always empty.
 

Methods in javax.swing.tree that return TreeNode
 TreeNode DefaultMutableTreeNode.getChildAfter(TreeNode aChild)
          Returns the child in this node's child array that immediately follows aChild, which must be a child of this node.
 TreeNode DefaultMutableTreeNode.getChildAt(int index)
          Returns the child at the specified index in this node's child array.
 TreeNode TreeNode.getChildAt(int childIndex)
          Returns the child TreeNode at index childIndex.
 TreeNode DefaultMutableTreeNode.getChildBefore(TreeNode aChild)
          Returns the child in this node's child array that immediately precedes aChild, which must be a child of this node.
 TreeNode DefaultMutableTreeNode.getFirstChild()
          Returns this node's first child.
 TreeNode DefaultMutableTreeNode.getLastChild()
          Returns this node's last child.
 TreeNode DefaultMutableTreeNode.getParent()
          Returns this node's parent or null if this node has no parent.
 TreeNode TreeNode.getParent()
          Returns the parent TreeNode of the receiver.
 TreeNode[] DefaultMutableTreeNode.getPath()
          Returns the path from the root, to get to this node.
 TreeNode[] DefaultTreeModel.getPathToRoot(TreeNode aNode)
          Builds the parents of node up to and including the root node, where the original node is the last element in the returned array.
protected  TreeNode[] DefaultTreeModel.getPathToRoot(TreeNode aNode, int depth)
          Builds the parents of node up to and including the root node, where the original node is the last element in the returned array.
protected  TreeNode[] DefaultMutableTreeNode.getPathToRoot(TreeNode aNode, int depth)
          Builds the parents of node up to and including the root node, where the original node is the last element in the returned array.
 TreeNode DefaultMutableTreeNode.getRoot()
          Returns the root of the tree that contains this node.
 TreeNode DefaultMutableTreeNode.getSharedAncestor(DefaultMutableTreeNode aNode)
          Returns the nearest common ancestor to this node and aNode.
 

Methods in javax.swing.tree with parameters of type TreeNode
 TreeNode DefaultMutableTreeNode.getChildAfter(TreeNode aChild)
          Returns the child in this node's child array that immediately follows aChild, which must be a child of this node.
 TreeNode DefaultMutableTreeNode.getChildBefore(TreeNode aChild)
          Returns the child in this node's child array that immediately precedes aChild, which must be a child of this node.
 int DefaultMutableTreeNode.getIndex(TreeNode aChild)
          Returns the index of the specified child in this node's child array.
 int TreeNode.getIndex(TreeNode node)
          Returns the index of node in the receivers children.
 TreeNode[] DefaultTreeModel.getPathToRoot(TreeNode aNode)
          Builds the parents of node up to and including the root node, where the original node is the last element in the returned array.
protected  TreeNode[] DefaultTreeModel.getPathToRoot(TreeNode aNode, int depth)
          Builds the parents of node up to and including the root node, where the original node is the last element in the returned array.
protected  TreeNode[] DefaultMutableTreeNode.getPathToRoot(TreeNode aNode, int depth)
          Builds the parents of node up to and including the root node, where the original node is the last element in the returned array.
 boolean DefaultMutableTreeNode.isNodeAncestor(TreeNode anotherNode)
          Returns true if anotherNode is an ancestor of this node -- if it is this node, this node's parent, or an ancestor of this node's parent.
 boolean DefaultMutableTreeNode.isNodeChild(TreeNode aNode)
          Returns true if aNode is a child of this node.
 boolean DefaultMutableTreeNode.isNodeSibling(TreeNode anotherNode)
          Returns true if anotherNode is a sibling of (has the same parent as) this node.
 void DefaultTreeModel.nodeChanged(TreeNode node)
          Invoke this method after you've changed how node is to be represented in the tree.
 void DefaultTreeModel.nodesChanged(TreeNode node, int[] childIndices)
          Invoke this method after you've changed how the children identified by childIndicies are to be represented in the tree.
 void DefaultTreeModel.nodeStructureChanged(TreeNode node)
          Invoke this method if you've totally changed the children of node and its childrens children...
 void DefaultTreeModel.nodesWereInserted(TreeNode node, int[] childIndices)
          Invoke this method after you've inserted some TreeNodes into node.
 void DefaultTreeModel.nodesWereRemoved(TreeNode node, int[] childIndices, Object[] removedChildren)
          Invoke this method after you've removed some TreeNodes from node.
 Enumeration DefaultMutableTreeNode.pathFromAncestorEnumeration(TreeNode ancestor)
          Creates and returns an enumeration that follows the path from ancestor to this node.
 void DefaultTreeModel.reload(TreeNode node)
          Invoke this method if you've modified the TreeNodes upon which this model depends.
 void DefaultTreeModel.setRoot(TreeNode root)
          Sets the root to root.
 

Constructors in javax.swing.tree with parameters of type TreeNode
DefaultTreeModel(TreeNode root)
          Creates a tree in which any node can have children.
DefaultTreeModel(TreeNode root, boolean asksAllowsChildren)
          Creates a tree specifying whether any node can have children, or whether only certain nodes can have children.
 


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