Java Code Examples for javax.swing.SwingUtilities#getAccessibleChildrenCount()

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Example 1
/**
 * Returns the number of accessible children in the object.  If all
 * of the children of this object implement <code>Accessible</code>,
 * this
 * method should return the number of children of this object.
 * UIs might wish to override this if they present areas on the
 * screen that can be viewed as components, but actual components
 * are not used for presenting those areas.
 *
 * Note: As of v1.3, it is recommended that developers call
 * <code>Component.AccessibleAWTComponent.getAccessibleChildrenCount()</code> instead
 * of this method.
 *
 * @see #getAccessibleChild
 * @return the number of accessible children in the object
 */
public int getAccessibleChildrenCount(JComponent c) {
    return SwingUtilities.getAccessibleChildrenCount(c);
}
 
Example 2
/**
 * Returns the number of accessible children in the object.  If all
 * of the children of this object implement <code>Accessible</code>,
 * this
 * method should return the number of children of this object.
 * UIs might wish to override this if they present areas on the
 * screen that can be viewed as components, but actual components
 * are not used for presenting those areas.
 *
 * Note: As of v1.3, it is recommended that developers call
 * <code>Component.AccessibleAWTComponent.getAccessibleChildrenCount()</code> instead
 * of this method.
 *
 * @see #getAccessibleChild
 * @return the number of accessible children in the object
 */
public int getAccessibleChildrenCount(JComponent c) {
    return SwingUtilities.getAccessibleChildrenCount(c);
}
 
Example 3
/**
 * Returns the number of accessible children in the object.  If all
 * of the children of this object implement <code>Accessible</code>,
 * this
 * method should return the number of children of this object.
 * UIs might wish to override this if they present areas on the
 * screen that can be viewed as components, but actual components
 * are not used for presenting those areas.
 *
 * Note: As of v1.3, it is recommended that developers call
 * <code>Component.AccessibleAWTComponent.getAccessibleChildrenCount()</code> instead
 * of this method.
 *
 * @see #getAccessibleChild
 * @return the number of accessible children in the object
 */
public int getAccessibleChildrenCount(JComponent c) {
    return SwingUtilities.getAccessibleChildrenCount(c);
}
 
Example 4
/**
 * Returns the number of accessible children in the object.  If all
 * of the children of this object implement <code>Accessible</code>,
 * this
 * method should return the number of children of this object.
 * UIs might wish to override this if they present areas on the
 * screen that can be viewed as components, but actual components
 * are not used for presenting those areas.
 *
 * Note: As of v1.3, it is recommended that developers call
 * <code>Component.AccessibleAWTComponent.getAccessibleChildrenCount()</code> instead
 * of this method.
 *
 * @see #getAccessibleChild
 * @return the number of accessible children in the object
 */
public int getAccessibleChildrenCount(JComponent c) {
    return SwingUtilities.getAccessibleChildrenCount(c);
}
 
Example 5
Source Project: JDKSourceCode1.8   File: ComponentUI.java    License: MIT License 2 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Returns the number of accessible children in the object.  If all
 * of the children of this object implement <code>Accessible</code>,
 * this
 * method should return the number of children of this object.
 * UIs might wish to override this if they present areas on the
 * screen that can be viewed as components, but actual components
 * are not used for presenting those areas.
 *
 * Note: As of v1.3, it is recommended that developers call
 * <code>Component.AccessibleAWTComponent.getAccessibleChildrenCount()</code> instead
 * of this method.
 *
 * @see #getAccessibleChild
 * @return the number of accessible children in the object
 */
public int getAccessibleChildrenCount(JComponent c) {
    return SwingUtilities.getAccessibleChildrenCount(c);
}
 
Example 6
/**
 * Returns the number of accessible children in the object.  If all
 * of the children of this object implement <code>Accessible</code>,
 * this
 * method should return the number of children of this object.
 * UIs might wish to override this if they present areas on the
 * screen that can be viewed as components, but actual components
 * are not used for presenting those areas.
 *
 * Note: As of v1.3, it is recommended that developers call
 * <code>Component.AccessibleAWTComponent.getAccessibleChildrenCount()</code> instead
 * of this method.
 *
 * @see #getAccessibleChild
 * @return the number of accessible children in the object
 */
public int getAccessibleChildrenCount(JComponent c) {
    return SwingUtilities.getAccessibleChildrenCount(c);
}
 
Example 7
/**
 * Returns the number of accessible children in the object.  If all
 * of the children of this object implement <code>Accessible</code>,
 * this
 * method should return the number of children of this object.
 * UIs might wish to override this if they present areas on the
 * screen that can be viewed as components, but actual components
 * are not used for presenting those areas.
 *
 * Note: As of v1.3, it is recommended that developers call
 * <code>Component.AccessibleAWTComponent.getAccessibleChildrenCount()</code> instead
 * of this method.
 *
 * @see #getAccessibleChild
 * @return the number of accessible children in the object
 */
public int getAccessibleChildrenCount(JComponent c) {
    return SwingUtilities.getAccessibleChildrenCount(c);
}
 
Example 8
Source Project: Bytecoder   File: ComponentUI.java    License: Apache License 2.0 2 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Returns the number of accessible children in the object.  If all
 * of the children of this object implement <code>Accessible</code>,
 * this
 * method should return the number of children of this object.
 * UIs might wish to override this if they present areas on the
 * screen that can be viewed as components, but actual components
 * are not used for presenting those areas.
 *
 * Note: As of v1.3, it is recommended that developers call
 * <code>Component.AccessibleAWTComponent.getAccessibleChildrenCount()</code> instead
 * of this method.
 *
 * @param c {@code JComponent} for which to get count of accessible children
 * @return the number of accessible children in the object
 * @see #getAccessibleChild
 */
public int getAccessibleChildrenCount(JComponent c) {
    return SwingUtilities.getAccessibleChildrenCount(c);
}
 
Example 9
/**
 * Returns the number of accessible children in the object.  If all
 * of the children of this object implement <code>Accessible</code>,
 * this
 * method should return the number of children of this object.
 * UIs might wish to override this if they present areas on the
 * screen that can be viewed as components, but actual components
 * are not used for presenting those areas.
 *
 * Note: As of v1.3, it is recommended that developers call
 * <code>Component.AccessibleAWTComponent.getAccessibleChildrenCount()</code> instead
 * of this method.
 *
 * @param c {@code JComponent} for which to get count of accessible children
 * @return the number of accessible children in the object
 * @see #getAccessibleChild
 */
public int getAccessibleChildrenCount(JComponent c) {
    return SwingUtilities.getAccessibleChildrenCount(c);
}
 
Example 10
/**
 * Returns the number of accessible children in the object.  If all
 * of the children of this object implement <code>Accessible</code>,
 * this
 * method should return the number of children of this object.
 * UIs might wish to override this if they present areas on the
 * screen that can be viewed as components, but actual components
 * are not used for presenting those areas.
 *
 * Note: As of v1.3, it is recommended that developers call
 * <code>Component.AccessibleAWTComponent.getAccessibleChildrenCount()</code> instead
 * of this method.
 *
 * @see #getAccessibleChild
 * @return the number of accessible children in the object
 */
public int getAccessibleChildrenCount(JComponent c) {
    return SwingUtilities.getAccessibleChildrenCount(c);
}
 
Example 11
Source Project: Java8CN   File: ComponentUI.java    License: Apache License 2.0 2 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Returns the number of accessible children in the object.  If all
 * of the children of this object implement <code>Accessible</code>,
 * this
 * method should return the number of children of this object.
 * UIs might wish to override this if they present areas on the
 * screen that can be viewed as components, but actual components
 * are not used for presenting those areas.
 *
 * Note: As of v1.3, it is recommended that developers call
 * <code>Component.AccessibleAWTComponent.getAccessibleChildrenCount()</code> instead
 * of this method.
 *
 * @see #getAccessibleChild
 * @return the number of accessible children in the object
 */
public int getAccessibleChildrenCount(JComponent c) {
    return SwingUtilities.getAccessibleChildrenCount(c);
}
 
Example 12
Source Project: hottub   File: ComponentUI.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 2 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Returns the number of accessible children in the object.  If all
 * of the children of this object implement <code>Accessible</code>,
 * this
 * method should return the number of children of this object.
 * UIs might wish to override this if they present areas on the
 * screen that can be viewed as components, but actual components
 * are not used for presenting those areas.
 *
 * Note: As of v1.3, it is recommended that developers call
 * <code>Component.AccessibleAWTComponent.getAccessibleChildrenCount()</code> instead
 * of this method.
 *
 * @see #getAccessibleChild
 * @return the number of accessible children in the object
 */
public int getAccessibleChildrenCount(JComponent c) {
    return SwingUtilities.getAccessibleChildrenCount(c);
}
 
Example 13
/**
 * Returns the number of accessible children in the object.  If all
 * of the children of this object implement <code>Accessible</code>,
 * this
 * method should return the number of children of this object.
 * UIs might wish to override this if they present areas on the
 * screen that can be viewed as components, but actual components
 * are not used for presenting those areas.
 *
 * Note: As of v1.3, it is recommended that developers call
 * <code>Component.AccessibleAWTComponent.getAccessibleChildrenCount()</code> instead
 * of this method.
 *
 * @see #getAccessibleChild
 * @return the number of accessible children in the object
 */
public int getAccessibleChildrenCount(JComponent c) {
    return SwingUtilities.getAccessibleChildrenCount(c);
}
 
Example 14
/**
 * Returns the number of accessible children in the object.  If all
 * of the children of this object implement <code>Accessible</code>,
 * this
 * method should return the number of children of this object.
 * UIs might wish to override this if they present areas on the
 * screen that can be viewed as components, but actual components
 * are not used for presenting those areas.
 *
 * Note: As of v1.3, it is recommended that developers call
 * <code>Component.AccessibleAWTComponent.getAccessibleChildrenCount()</code> instead
 * of this method.
 *
 * @see #getAccessibleChild
 * @return the number of accessible children in the object
 */
public int getAccessibleChildrenCount(JComponent c) {
    return SwingUtilities.getAccessibleChildrenCount(c);
}
 
Example 15
/**
 * Returns the number of accessible children in the object.  If all
 * of the children of this object implement <code>Accessible</code>,
 * this
 * method should return the number of children of this object.
 * UIs might wish to override this if they present areas on the
 * screen that can be viewed as components, but actual components
 * are not used for presenting those areas.
 *
 * Note: As of v1.3, it is recommended that developers call
 * <code>Component.AccessibleAWTComponent.getAccessibleChildrenCount()</code> instead
 * of this method.
 *
 * @see #getAccessibleChild
 * @return the number of accessible children in the object
 */
public int getAccessibleChildrenCount(JComponent c) {
    return SwingUtilities.getAccessibleChildrenCount(c);
}
 
Example 16
/**
 * Returns the number of accessible children in the object.  If all
 * of the children of this object implement <code>Accessible</code>,
 * this
 * method should return the number of children of this object.
 * UIs might wish to override this if they present areas on the
 * screen that can be viewed as components, but actual components
 * are not used for presenting those areas.
 *
 * Note: As of v1.3, it is recommended that developers call
 * <code>Component.AccessibleAWTComponent.getAccessibleChildrenCount()</code> instead
 * of this method.
 *
 * @see #getAccessibleChild
 * @return the number of accessible children in the object
 */
public int getAccessibleChildrenCount(JComponent c) {
    return SwingUtilities.getAccessibleChildrenCount(c);
}
 
Example 17
/**
 * Returns the number of accessible children in the object.  If all
 * of the children of this object implement <code>Accessible</code>,
 * this
 * method should return the number of children of this object.
 * UIs might wish to override this if they present areas on the
 * screen that can be viewed as components, but actual components
 * are not used for presenting those areas.
 *
 * Note: As of v1.3, it is recommended that developers call
 * <code>Component.AccessibleAWTComponent.getAccessibleChildrenCount()</code> instead
 * of this method.
 *
 * @see #getAccessibleChild
 * @return the number of accessible children in the object
 */
public int getAccessibleChildrenCount(JComponent c) {
    return SwingUtilities.getAccessibleChildrenCount(c);
}