|17.9.1.Introducing Button and Button StylesPrevious/Next|
- SWT uses Button to represent checkboxes, toggle buttons, and radio buttons.
- You determine the type by the style constants.
- You may pass only one of SWT.LEFT, SWT.CENTER, or SWT.RIGHT.
- You may pass only one of SWT.ARROW, SWT.CHECK, SWT.PUSH, SWT.RADIO, or SWT.TOGGLE.
- If you pass SWT.ARROW, you may pass only one of SWT.UP, SWT.DOWN, SWT.LEFT, or SWT.RIGHT.
|SWT.ARROW||Creates a push button that displays an arrow.|
|SWT.CHECK||Creates a checkbox.|
|SWT.PUSH||Creates a push button.|
|SWT.RADIO||Creates a radio button.|
|SWT.TOGGLE||Creates a push button that preserves its pushed or nonpushed state.|
|SWT.FLAT||Creates a push button that appears flat.|
|SWT.UP||When combined with SWT.ARROW, displays an upward-pointing arrow.|
|SWT.DOWN||When combined with SWT.ARROW, displays a downward-pointing arrow.|
|SWT.CENTER||Centers the associated text.|
|SWT.LEFT||Left-aligns the associated text. When combined with SWT.ARROW, displays a leftward-pointing arrow.|
|SWT.RIGHT||Right-aligns the associated text. When combined with SWT.ARROW, displays a rightward-pointing arrow.|