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package javax.sound.sampled;      


/**
 * Ports are simple lines for input or output of audio to or from audio devices.  
 * Common examples of ports that act as source lines (mixer inputs) include the microphone, 
 * line input, and CD-ROM drive.  Ports that act as target lines (mixer outputs) include the 
 * speaker, headphone, and line output.  You can access port using a <code>{@link Port.Info}</code>
 * object.
 *
 * @author Kara Kytle
 * @version 1.33, 07/05/05
 * @since 1.3
 */
public interface Port extends Line {


    // INNER CLASSES


    /**
     * The <code>Port.Info</code> class extends <code>{@link Line.Info}</code> 
     * with additional information specific to ports, including the port's name
     * and whether it is a source or a target for its mixer.
     * By definition, a port acts as either a source or a target to its mixer, 
     * but not both.  (Audio input ports are sources; audio output ports are targets.)
     * <p>
     * To learn what ports are available, you can retrieve port info objects through the 
     * <code>{@link Mixer#getSourceLineInfo getSourceLineInfo}</code> and
     * <code>{@link Mixer#getTargetLineInfo getTargetLineInfo}</code>  
     * methods of the <code>Mixer</code> interface.  Instances of the 
     * <code>Port.Info</code> class may also be constructed and used to obtain 
     * lines matching the parameters specified in the <code>Port.Info</code> object.
     *
     * @author Kara Kytle
     * @version 1.33, 07/05/05
     * @since 1.3
     */
    public static class Info extends Line.Info {


  // AUDIO PORT TYPE DEFINES


  // SOURCE PORTS

  /**
   * A type of port that gets audio from a built-in microphone or a microphone jack.
   */
  public static final Info MICROPHONE = new Info(Port.class,"MICROPHONE", true);

  /**
   * A type of port that gets audio from a line-level audio input jack.
   */
  public static final Info LINE_IN = new Info(Port.class,"LINE_IN", true);

  /**
   * A type of port that gets audio from a CD-ROM drive.
   */
  public static final Info COMPACT_DISC = new Info(Port.class,"COMPACT_DISC", true);


  // TARGET PORTS

  /**
   * A type of port that sends audio to a built-in speaker or a speaker jack.
   */
  public static final Info SPEAKER = new Info(Port.class,"SPEAKER", false);

  /**
   * A type of port that sends audio to a headphone jack.
   */
  public static final Info HEADPHONE = new Info(Port.class,"HEADPHONE", false);

  /**
   * A type of port that sends audio to a line-level audio output jack.
   */
  public static final Info LINE_OUT = new Info(Port.class,"LINE_OUT", false);

    
  // FUTURE DIRECTIONS...
        
  // telephone
  // DAT
  // DVD


  // INSTANCE VARIABLES

  private String name;
  private boolean isSource;


  // CONSTRUCTOR

  /**
   * Constructs a port's info object from the information given.
   * This constructor is typically used by an implementation
   * of Java Sound to describe a supported line.
   * 
   * @param lineClass the class of the port described by the info object.
   * @param name the string that names the port 
   * @param isSource <code>true</code> if the port is a source port (such
   * as a microphone), <code>false</code> if the port is a target port
   * (such as a speaker).
   */
  public Info(Class<?> lineClass, String name, boolean isSource) {

      super(lineClass);
      this.name = name;
      this.isSource = isSource;
  }


  // METHODS

  /**
   * Obtains the name of the port.
   * @return the string that names the port 
   */
  public String getName() {
      return name;
  }

  /**
   * Indicates whether the port is a source or a target for its mixer.
   * @return <code>true</code> if the port is a source port (such
   * as a microphone), <code>false</code> if the port is a target port
   * (such as a speaker).
   */
  public boolean isSource() {
      return isSource;
  }

  /**
   * Indicates whether this info object specified matches this one.
   * To match, the match requirements of the superclass must be
   * met and the types must be equal.
   * @param info the info object for which the match is queried  
   */
  public boolean matches(Line.Info info) {

      if (! (super.matches(info)) ) {
    return false;
      }

      if (!(name.equals(((Info)info).getName())) ) {
    return false;
      }

      if (! (isSource == ((Info)info).isSource()) ) {
    return false;
      }

      return true;
  } 


        /**
   * Finalizes the equals method
   */
        public final boolean equals(Object obj) {
            return super.equals(obj);   
        }

        /**
   * Finalizes the hashCode method
   */
        public final int hashCode() {
            return super.hashCode();
        }



  /**
   * Provides a <code>String</code> representation 
   * of the port.
   * @return  a string that describes the port
   */      
  public final String toString() {
      return (name + ((isSource == true) ? " source" : " target") + " port");
  }  

    } // class Info
}
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