public class ListSelectionEvent extends EventObject
An event that characterizes a change in selection. The change is limited to a a single inclusive interval. The selection of at least one index within the range will have changed. A decent
ListSelectionModel implementation will keep the range as small as possible.
ListSelectionListeners will generally query the source of the event for the new selected status of each potentially changed row.
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public ListSelectionEvent(Object source, int firstIndex, int lastIndex, boolean isAdjusting)
Represents a change in selection status between
firstIndex is less than or equal to
lastIndex. The selection of at least one index within the range will have changed.
firstIndex- the first index in the range, <= lastIndex
lastIndex- the last index in the range, >= firstIndex
isAdjusting- whether or not this is one in a series of multiple events, where changes are still being made
public int getFirstIndex()
Returns the index of the first row whose selection may have changed.
getFirstIndex() <= getLastIndex()
public int getLastIndex()
Returns the index of the last row whose selection may have changed.
getLastIndex() >= getFirstIndex()
public boolean getValueIsAdjusting()
Returns whether or not this is one in a series of multiple events, where changes are still being made. See the documentation for
ListSelectionModel.setValueIsAdjusting(boolean) for more details on how this is used.
trueif this is one in a series of multiple events, where changes are still being made
public String toString()
String that displays and identifies this object's properties.
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