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SearchViewCompat.OnQueryTextListenerCompat

public static abstract class SearchViewCompat.OnQueryTextListenerCompat
extends Object implements SearchViewCompat.OnQueryTextListener

java.lang.Object
   ↳ android.support.v4.widget.SearchViewCompat.OnQueryTextListenerCompat


This class is deprecated.
Use SearchViewCompat.OnQueryTextListener instead.

Summary

Public constructors

SearchViewCompat.OnQueryTextListenerCompat()

Public methods

boolean onQueryTextChange(String newText)

Called when the query text is changed by the user.

boolean onQueryTextSubmit(String query)

Called when the user submits the query.

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object
From interface android.support.v4.widget.SearchViewCompat.OnQueryTextListener

Public constructors

SearchViewCompat.OnQueryTextListenerCompat

SearchViewCompat.OnQueryTextListenerCompat ()

Public methods

onQueryTextChange

boolean onQueryTextChange (String newText)

Called when the query text is changed by the user.

Parameters
newText String: the new content of the query text field.
Returns
boolean false if the SearchView should perform the default action of showing any suggestions if available, true if the action was handled by the listener.

onQueryTextSubmit

boolean onQueryTextSubmit (String query)

Called when the user submits the query. This could be due to a key press on the keyboard or due to pressing a submit button. The listener can override the standard behavior by returning true to indicate that it has handled the submit request. Otherwise return false to let the SearchView handle the submission by launching any associated intent.

Parameters
query String: the query text that is to be submitted
Returns
boolean true if the query has been handled by the listener, false to let the SearchView perform the default action.
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