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Source code: gnu/javax/print/ipp/attribute/supported/CharsetSupported.java


1   /* CharsetSupported.java -- 
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37  
38  
39  package gnu.javax.print.ipp.attribute.supported;
40  
41  import gnu.javax.print.ipp.attribute.CharsetSyntax;
42  
43  import javax.print.attribute.SupportedValuesAttribute;
44  
45  /**
46   * CharsetSupported attribute as described in RFC 2911 section
47   * 4.4.18 provides the charset which are supported by the
48   * IPP implementation to be used in the name and text syntax 
49   * attribute types.
50   * 
51   * @author Wolfgang Baer (WBaer@gmx.de)
52   */
53  public final class CharsetSupported extends CharsetSyntax 
54    implements SupportedValuesAttribute
55  {
56  
57    /**
58     * Creates a <code>CharsetSupported</code> object.
59     * 
60     * @param value the charset string value.
61     */
62    public CharsetSupported(String value)
63    {
64      super(value);
65    }
66  
67    /**
68     * Returns category of this class.
69     *
70     * @return The class <code>CharsetSupported</code> itself.
71     */
72    public Class getCategory()
73    {
74      return CharsetSupported.class;
75    }
76  
77    /**
78     * Returns the name of this attribute.
79     *
80     * @return The name "charset-supported".
81     */
82    public String getName()
83    {
84      return "charset-supported";
85    }
86  
87  }