public interface HighlightAttributeValue<T>
HighlightAttributeValue. All users of such an attribute must check for both the direct value and the lazy evaluator and use them accordingly.
If an attribute supports
lazy evaluation the result of
getValue call should have the same
type as if the attribute value were specified directly. For example, the
EditorStyleConstants.Tooltip attribute supports lazy evaluation
and its value can either be
T getValue(JTextComponent component, Document document, Object attributeKey, int startOffset, int endOffset)
component- The text component, which highlighting layer supplied a highlight with an attribute using this evaluator as its value.
document- The document, which highlighting layer supplied a highlight with an attribute using this evaluator as its value.
attributeKey- The key of the attribute.
startOffset- The start offset of the original highlight or any other offset inside the highlight. Always less than
endOffset- The end offset of the original highlight or any other offset inside the highlight. Always greater than
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