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ParsePosition

Name

ParsePosition

Synopsis

Class Name:

java.text.ParsePosition

Superclass:

java.lang.Object

Immediate Subclasses:

None

Interfaces Implemented:

None

Availability:

New as of JDK 1.1

Description

The ParsePosition class encapsulates information about the current position in a text string. A ParsePosition can be passed to the parse() method of a Format subclass to cause parsing to start at the index of the ParsePosition. After an object has been parsed from the string, the index of the ParsePosition is updated to point to just after the text that was parsed. Thus, the same ParsePosition can be passed to multiple Format objects to parse through a complex string.

Class Summary

public class java.text.ParsePosition extends java.lang.Object {
  // Constructors
  public ParsePosition(int index);
  // Instance Methods
  public int getIndex();
  public void setIndex(int index);
}

Constructors

ParsePosition

public ParsePosition(int index)

Parameters

index

The initial position.

Description

This constructor creates a ParsePosition object that is initialized to the given position.

Instance Methods

getIndex

public int getIndex()

Returns

The current position of this ParsePosition.

Description

This method returns the current position of this ParsePosition.

setIndex

public void setIndex(int index)

Parameters

index

The new position of this ParsePosition.

Description

This method sets the current position of this ParsePosition.

Inherited Methods

Method Inherited From Method Inherited From

clone()

Object

equals(Object)

Object

finalize()

Object

getClass()

Object

hashCode()

Object

notify()

Object

notifyAll()

Object

toString()

Object

wait()

Object

wait(long)

Object

wait(long, int)

Object

   

See Also

DateFormat, FieldPosition, Format, MessageFormat, NumberFormat, String


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