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TimeKeyListener

public class TimeKeyListener
extends NumberKeyListener

java.lang.Object
   ↳ android.text.method.MetaKeyKeyListener
     ↳ android.text.method.BaseKeyListener
       ↳ android.text.method.NumberKeyListener
         ↳ android.text.method.TimeKeyListener


For entering times in a text field.

As for all implementations of KeyListener, this class is only concerned with hardware keyboards. Software input methods have no obligation to trigger the methods in this class.

Summary

Inherited constants

From class android.text.method.MetaKeyKeyListener

Fields

public static final char[] CHARACTERS

The characters that are used.

Public constructors

TimeKeyListener()

Public methods

int getInputType()
static TimeKeyListener getInstance()

Protected methods

char[] getAcceptedChars()

You can say which characters you can accept.

Inherited methods

From class android.text.method.NumberKeyListener
From class android.text.method.BaseKeyListener
From class android.text.method.MetaKeyKeyListener
From class java.lang.Object
From interface android.text.InputFilter
From interface android.text.method.KeyListener

Fields

CHARACTERS

Added in API level 1
char[] CHARACTERS

The characters that are used.

See also:

Public constructors

TimeKeyListener

Added in API level 1
TimeKeyListener ()

Public methods

getInputType

Added in API level 3
int getInputType ()

Returns
int

getInstance

Added in API level 1
TimeKeyListener getInstance ()

Returns
TimeKeyListener

Protected methods

getAcceptedChars

Added in API level 1
char[] getAcceptedChars ()

You can say which characters you can accept.

Returns
char[]
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