JavaTM 2 Platform
Std. Ed. v1.3.1

javax.swing.tree
Interface MutableTreeNode

All Superinterfaces:
TreeNode
All Known Implementing Classes:
DefaultMutableTreeNode

public interface MutableTreeNode
extends TreeNode

Defines the requirements for a tree node object that can change -- by adding or removing child nodes, or by changing the contents of a user object stored in the node.

See Also:
DefaultMutableTreeNode, JTree

Method Summary
 void insert(MutableTreeNode child, int index)
          Adds child to the receiver at index.
 void remove(int index)
          Removes the child at index from the receiver.
 void remove(MutableTreeNode node)
          Removes node from the receiver.
 void removeFromParent()
          Removes the receiver from its parent.
 void setParent(MutableTreeNode newParent)
          Sets the parent of the receiver to newParent.
 void setUserObject(Object object)
          Resets the user object of the receiver to object.
 
Methods inherited from interface javax.swing.tree.TreeNode
children, getAllowsChildren, getChildAt, getChildCount, getIndex, getParent, isLeaf
 

Method Detail

insert

public void insert(MutableTreeNode child,
                   int index)
Adds child to the receiver at index. child will be messaged with setParent.

remove

public void remove(int index)
Removes the child at index from the receiver.

remove

public void remove(MutableTreeNode node)
Removes node from the receiver. setParent will be messaged on node.

setUserObject

public void setUserObject(Object object)
Resets the user object of the receiver to object.

removeFromParent

public void removeFromParent()
Removes the receiver from its parent.

setParent

public void setParent(MutableTreeNode newParent)
Sets the parent of the receiver to newParent.

JavaTM 2 Platform
Std. Ed. v1.3.1

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