hi, As far as i know there is nothing called InputEvent in event listener model. i looked at API which has sth called InputMethodEvent which sends out an event in the case of text being altered.In the below Q),the answer is d, but coz of the reason which i quoted above it should be c and d.because there is nothing like InputEvent,but InputMethodEvent exists. can anyone pls explain Q)which of these event classes are never handled in the event listener model? a)ComponentEvent b)ContainerEvent c)InputEvent d)PaintEvent d)WindowEvent
Hi Srinivas, From the API: public abstract class InputEvent extends ComponentEvent The root event class for all component-level input events...
posted 17 years ago
hi paul thanks for that info, i didnt do my homework completely, i do see it in API java.awt.event Class InputEvent java.lang.Object | +--java.util.EventObject | +--java.awt.AWTEvent | +--java.awt.event.ComponentEvent | +--java.awt.event.InputEvent
Hi srinivas , Think carefully about the question. " which of these event classes are never handled in the event listener model? " The question implies that the specified event class is handled differently from the other event classes.And that further implies that the class EXISTS. So any event classes which don't exist should not be considered correct answers.
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