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17.3.9.SWT Event Handling with DisplaysPrevious/Next

The readAndDispatch reads events from the operating system's event queue and then dispatches them appropriately.

import org.eclipse.swt.widgets.Display;
import org.eclipse.swt.widgets.Shell;

public class SWTEventHandlingDisplay {

  public static void main(String[] args) {
    Display display = new Display();
    Shell shell = new Shell(display);
    shell.setText("Hello, world!");
    shell.open();

    while(! shell.isDisposed()) { // Event loop.
        if(! display.readAndDispatch())
          display.sleep();
    }
    display.dispose();
  }

}
17.3.Display
17.3.1.Using Display Class
17.3.2.Get the bounds and client area of a display
17.3.3.Causes the system hardware to emit a short sound if it supports this capability
17.3.4.Returns the button dismissal alignment
17.3.5.Get the longest duration in milliseconds between two mouse button clicks that will be deemed a double-click.
17.3.6.Returns the maximum allowed depth of icons on the display.
17.3.7.To find the primary monitor, call getPrimaryMonitor.
17.3.8.Get color for the given constant
17.3.9.SWT Event Handling with Displays
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