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What are the primary functions of SWT display instances?

What are the primary functions of SWT display instances?

The primary functions of Display instances are as follows: 1 Implementing the SWT event loop in terms of a platform event model 2 Providing methods for accessing information about the operating system 3 Managing operating system resources used by SWT

Where can I find an example of SWT?

The following code examples are extracted from open source projects. You can click to vote up the examples that are useful to you. From project Archimedes, under directory /br.org.archimedes.core/src/br/org/archimedes/gui/swt/.

Which is the most important class in SWT?

This chapter introduces SWT event handling, multiple threading, and the event model in SWT. The Display class, which plays the most important role in SWT event handling, is introduced as well. SWT’s event handling is quite different from that of Swing.

What kind of threading is used in SWT?

In Swing, a dedicated toolkit user interface (UI) thread is used to read and dispatch events from the event loop and redirect events to an internal maintained queue, which is serviced by the application running in separate threads. SWT follows the threading model supported directly by the platform.

The following code examples are extracted from open source projects. You can click to vote up the examples that are useful to you. From project Archimedes, under directory /br.org.archimedes.core/src/br/org/archimedes/gui/swt/.

The primary functions of Display instances are as follows: 1 Implementing the SWT event loop in terms of a platform event model 2 Providing methods for accessing information about the operating system 3 Managing operating system resources used by SWT

This chapter introduces SWT event handling, multiple threading, and the event model in SWT. The Display class, which plays the most important role in SWT event handling, is introduced as well. SWT’s event handling is quite different from that of Swing.

In Swing, a dedicated toolkit user interface (UI) thread is used to read and dispatch events from the event loop and redirect events to an internal maintained queue, which is serviced by the application running in separate threads. SWT follows the threading model supported directly by the platform.