public abstract static class DocumentFilter.FilterBypass extends Object
Used as a way to circumvent calling back into the Document to change it. Document implementations that wish to support a DocumentFilter must provide an implementation that will not callback into the DocumentFilter when the following methods are invoked from the DocumentFilter.
public abstract Document getDocument()
Returns the Document the mutation is occurring on.
public abstract void remove(int offset, int length) throws BadLocationException
Removes the specified region of text, bypassing the DocumentFilter.
offset- the offset from the beginning >= 0
length- the number of characters to remove >= 0
BadLocationException- some portion of the removal range was not a valid part of the document. The location in the exception is the first bad position encountered.
public abstract void insertString(int offset, String string, AttributeSet attr) throws BadLocationException
Inserts the specified text, bypassing the DocumentFilter.
offset- the offset into the document to insert the content >= 0. All positions that track change at or after the given location will move.
string- the string to insert
attr- the attributes to associate with the inserted content. This may be null if there are no attributes.
BadLocationException- the given insert position is not a valid position within the document
public abstract void replace(int offset, int length, String string, AttributeSet attrs) throws BadLocationException
Deletes the region of text from
offset + length, and replaces it with
offset- Location in Document
length- Length of text to delete
string- Text to insert, null indicates no text to insert
attrs- AttributeSet indicating attributes of inserted text, null is legal.
BadLocationException- the given insert is not a valid position within the document
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