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public interface IUIIndexedSelection extends IUISelectionThe indexed selection is used for e.g. comboboxes or grids to return or set the selection of rows as indicies.
Indexes vs. indices
Indexes and indices are both accepted and widely used plurals of the noun index. Both appear throughout the English-speaking world, but indices prevails in varieties of English from outside North America, while indexes is more common in American and Canadian English. Meanwhile, indices is generally preferred in mathematical, financial, and technical contexts, while indexes is relatively common in general usage.
- Christopher Mindus
Fields Modifier and Type Field Description
EMPTYThe empty selection indexes.
All Methods Instance Methods Abstract Methods Modifier and Type Method Description
getFirstSelectedIndex()Gets the first selected index.
getIndexedSource()Get the source component of the event.
getSelectedIndicies()Gets the selected indicies.
int getFirstSelectedIndex()Gets the first selected index.
- The first index in the current selection, or -1 for none.
int getSelectedIndicies()Gets the selected indicies.
- A new array of the selected indices (that may be modified to your liking), or a static zero in length array for no selection.
IUIIndexedSelectionComp getIndexedSource()Get the source component of the event.
- The indexed-type component.