javax.sound.midi

Interface Transmitter

All Superinterfaces:
AutoCloseable

public interface Transmitter
extends AutoCloseable

This interface specifies the methods required by objects which send MIDI events to Receivers, including MIDI IN ports and Sequencers.
Since:
1.3

Method Summary

void
close()
Close this Transmitter, possibly releasing system resources.
Receiver
getReceiver()
Get the Receiver to which MIDI events will be sent (possibly null)
void
setReceiver(Receiver receiver)
Set the Receiver to which MIDI events will be sent.

Methods inherited from interface java.lang.AutoCloseable

close

Method Details

close

public void close()
Close this Transmitter, possibly releasing system resources. FIXME: Does this mean the Receiver is closed? I think it must.
Specified by:
close in interface AutoCloseable

getReceiver

public Receiver getReceiver()
Get the Receiver to which MIDI events will be sent (possibly null)
Returns:
the Receiver to which MIDI events will be sent (possibly null)

setReceiver

public void setReceiver(Receiver receiver)
Set the Receiver to which MIDI events will be sent.
Parameters:
receiver - the Receiver to which MIDI events will be sent

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