Source for java.util.EventListener

   1: /* -- tagging interface for all event listeners
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  39: package java.util;
  41: /**
  42:  * Empty interface that is implemented by classes that need to receive
  43:  * events. Subinterfaces define methods that can be called to fire an
  44:  * event notification. Normally the name of these subinterfaces end in
  45:  * <code>Listener</code> and all method described by the subinterface
  46:  * take as argument an subclass of <code>EventObject</code>.
  47:  *
  48:  * @author Tom Tromey (
  49:  * @see EventObject
  50:  * @status updated to 1.4
  51:  */
  52: public interface EventListener
  53: {
  54: }