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event between display and system? [message #453219] Fri, 01 April 2005 03:16 Go to next message
bbskill is currently offline bbskillFriend
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can anyone detailly tell me how the system post a event such as keyEvent
to a
display .
I can't find it in the source of swt.
can anyone give more information about that?
Thank you very much !!
Re: event between display and system? [message #453231 is a reply to message #453219] Fri, 01 April 2005 12:54 Go to previous message
Steve Northover is currently offline Steve NorthoverFriend
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See Display.post(). NOTE: This method is generally intended for GUI test
tools. If you want to run a key listener, you could try
Widget.notifyListeners(). Better yet, just call the code that is intended
to run when a key is pressed and don't use either of these methods. Good
luck!

"JinBiao Liu" <bbkills@tom.com> wrote in message
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> can anyone detailly tell me how the system post a event such as keyEvent
> to a
> display .
> I can't find it in the source of swt.
> can anyone give more information about that?
> Thank you very much !!
>
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