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InputMethodEvent


java.awt.event

Class InputMethodEvent

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    Serializable


    public class InputMethodEvent
    extends AWTEvent
    Input method events contain information about text that is being composed using an input method. Whenever the text changes, the input method sends an event. If the text component that's currently using the input method is an active client, the event is dispatched to that component. Otherwise, it is dispatched to a separate composition window.

    The text included with the input method event consists of two parts: committed text and composed text. Either part may be empty. The two parts together replace any uncommitted composed text sent in previous events, or the currently selected committed text. Committed text should be integrated into the text component's persistent data, it will not be sent again. Composed text may be sent repeatedly, with changes to reflect the user's editing operations. Committed text always precedes composed text.

    Since:
    1.2
    See Also:
    Serialized Form
    • Field Detail

      • INPUT_METHOD_FIRST

        @Native
        public static final int INPUT_METHOD_FIRST
        Marks the first integer id for the range of input method event ids.
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • INPUT_METHOD_TEXT_CHANGED

        @Native
        public static final int INPUT_METHOD_TEXT_CHANGED
        The event type indicating changed input method text. This event is generated by input methods while processing input.
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CARET_POSITION_CHANGED

        @Native
        public static final int CARET_POSITION_CHANGED
        The event type indicating a changed insertion point in input method text. This event is generated by input methods while processing input if only the caret changed.
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • INPUT_METHOD_LAST

        @Native
        public static final int INPUT_METHOD_LAST
        Marks the last integer id for the range of input method event ids.
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
    • Constructor Detail

      • InputMethodEvent

        public InputMethodEvent(Component source,
                                int id,
                                long when,
                                AttributedCharacterIterator text,
                                int committedCharacterCount,
                                TextHitInfo caret,
                                TextHitInfo visiblePosition)
        Constructs an InputMethodEvent with the specified source component, type, time, text, caret, and visiblePosition.

        The offsets of caret and visiblePosition are relative to the current composed text; that is, the composed text within text if this is an INPUT_METHOD_TEXT_CHANGED event, the composed text within the text of the preceding INPUT_METHOD_TEXT_CHANGED event otherwise.

        Note that passing in an invalid id results in unspecified behavior. This method throws an IllegalArgumentException if source is null.

        Parameters:
        source - the object where the event originated
        id - the event type
        when - a long integer that specifies the time the event occurred
        text - the combined committed and composed text, committed text first; must be null when the event type is CARET_POSITION_CHANGED; may be null for INPUT_METHOD_TEXT_CHANGED if there's no committed or composed text
        committedCharacterCount - the number of committed characters in the text
        caret - the caret (a.k.a. insertion point); null if there's no caret within current composed text
        visiblePosition - the position that's most important to be visible; null if there's no recommendation for a visible position within current composed text
        Throws:
        IllegalArgumentException - if id is not in the range INPUT_METHOD_FIRST..INPUT_METHOD_LAST; or if id is CARET_POSITION_CHANGED and text is not null; or if committedCharacterCount is not in the range 0..(text.getEndIndex() - text.getBeginIndex())
        IllegalArgumentException - if source is null
        Since:
        1.4
      • InputMethodEvent

        public InputMethodEvent(Component source,
                                int id,
                                AttributedCharacterIterator text,
                                int committedCharacterCount,
                                TextHitInfo caret,
                                TextHitInfo visiblePosition)
        Constructs an InputMethodEvent with the specified source component, type, text, caret, and visiblePosition.

        The offsets of caret and visiblePosition are relative to the current composed text; that is, the composed text within text if this is an INPUT_METHOD_TEXT_CHANGED event, the composed text within the text of the preceding INPUT_METHOD_TEXT_CHANGED event otherwise. The time stamp for this event is initialized by invoking EventQueue.getMostRecentEventTime().

        Note that passing in an invalid id results in unspecified behavior. This method throws an IllegalArgumentException if source is null.

        Parameters:
        source - the object where the event originated
        id - the event type
        text - the combined committed and composed text, committed text first; must be null when the event type is CARET_POSITION_CHANGED; may be null for INPUT_METHOD_TEXT_CHANGED if there's no committed or composed text
        committedCharacterCount - the number of committed characters in the text
        caret - the caret (a.k.a. insertion point); null if there's no caret within current composed text
        visiblePosition - the position that's most important to be visible; null if there's no recommendation for a visible position within current composed text
        Throws:
        IllegalArgumentException - if id is not in the range INPUT_METHOD_FIRST..INPUT_METHOD_LAST; or if id is CARET_POSITION_CHANGED and text is not null; or if committedCharacterCount is not in the range 0..(text.getEndIndex() - text.getBeginIndex())
        IllegalArgumentException - if source is null
      • InputMethodEvent

        public InputMethodEvent(Component source,
                                int id,
                                TextHitInfo caret,
                                TextHitInfo visiblePosition)
        Constructs an InputMethodEvent with the specified source component, type, caret, and visiblePosition. The text is set to null, committedCharacterCount to 0.

        The offsets of caret and visiblePosition are relative to the current composed text; that is, the composed text within the text of the preceding INPUT_METHOD_TEXT_CHANGED event if the event being constructed as a CARET_POSITION_CHANGED event. For an INPUT_METHOD_TEXT_CHANGED event without text, caret and visiblePosition must be null. The time stamp for this event is initialized by invoking EventQueue.getMostRecentEventTime().

        Note that passing in an invalid id results in unspecified behavior. This method throws an IllegalArgumentException if source is null.

        Parameters:
        source - the object where the event originated
        id - the event type
        caret - the caret (a.k.a. insertion point); null if there's no caret within current composed text
        visiblePosition - the position that's most important to be visible; null if there's no recommendation for a visible position within current composed text
        Throws:
        IllegalArgumentException - if id is not in the range INPUT_METHOD_FIRST..INPUT_METHOD_LAST
        IllegalArgumentException - if source is null
    • Method Detail

      • getText

        public AttributedCharacterIterator getText()
        Gets the combined committed and composed text. Characters from index 0 to index getCommittedCharacterCount() - 1 are committed text, the remaining characters are composed text.
        Returns:
        the text. Always null for CARET_POSITION_CHANGED; may be null for INPUT_METHOD_TEXT_CHANGED if there's no composed or committed text.
      • getCommittedCharacterCount

        public int getCommittedCharacterCount()
        Gets the number of committed characters in the text.
      • getCaret

        public TextHitInfo getCaret()
        Gets the caret.

        The offset of the caret is relative to the current composed text; that is, the composed text within getText() if this is an INPUT_METHOD_TEXT_CHANGED event, the composed text within getText() of the preceding INPUT_METHOD_TEXT_CHANGED event otherwise.

        Returns:
        the caret (a.k.a. insertion point). Null if there's no caret within current composed text.
      • getVisiblePosition

        public TextHitInfo getVisiblePosition()
        Gets the position that's most important to be visible.

        The offset of the visible position is relative to the current composed text; that is, the composed text within getText() if this is an INPUT_METHOD_TEXT_CHANGED event, the composed text within getText() of the preceding INPUT_METHOD_TEXT_CHANGED event otherwise.

        Returns:
        the position that's most important to be visible. Null if there's no recommendation for a visible position within current composed text.
      • consume

        public void consume()
        Consumes this event so that it will not be processed in the default manner by the source which originated it.
        Overrides:
        consume in class AWTEvent
      • isConsumed

        public boolean isConsumed()
        Returns whether or not this event has been consumed.
        Overrides:
        isConsumed in class AWTEvent
        See Also:
        consume()
      • getWhen

        public long getWhen()
        Returns the time stamp of when this event occurred.
        Returns:
        this event's timestamp
        Since:
        1.4
      • paramString

        public String paramString()
        Returns a parameter string identifying this event. This method is useful for event-logging and for debugging. It contains the event ID in text form, the characters of the committed and composed text separated by "+", the number of committed characters, the caret, and the visible position.
        Overrides:
        paramString in class AWTEvent
        Returns:
        a string identifying the event and its attributes


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