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DOM::EventListener Class Reference

#include <dom2_events.h>

Inherits DOM::DomShared.

Inherited by KJS::JSEventListener.

Public Member Functions

virtual DOMString eventListenerType ()
virtual void handleEvent (Event &evt)

Protected Attributes

EventListenerImpl * impl

Detailed Description

Introduced in DOM Level 2.

The EventListener interface is the primary method for handling events. Users implement the EventListener interface and register their listener on an EventTarget using the AddEventListener method. The users should also remove their EventListener from its EventTarget after they have completed using the listener.

When a Node is copied using the cloneNode method the EventListeners attached to the source Node are not attached to the copied Node. If the user wishes the same EventListeners to be added to the newly created copy the user must add them manually.

Definition at line 69 of file dom2_events.h.

Member Function Documentation

◆ eventListenerType()

DOMString EventListener::eventListenerType ( )

not part of the DOM

Returns a name specifying the type of listener. Useful for checking if an event is of a particular sublass.

Definition at line 42 of file dom2_events.cpp.

◆ handleEvent()

void EventListener::handleEvent ( Event evt)

This method is called whenever an event occurs of the type for which the EventListener interface was registered.


evtThe Event contains contextual information about the event. It also contains the stopPropagation and preventDefault methods which are used in determining the event's flow and default action.

Definition at line 38 of file dom2_events.cpp.

Member Data Documentation

◆ impl

EventListenerImpl* DOM::EventListener::impl

Reserved. Do not use in your subclasses.

Definition at line 101 of file dom2_events.h.

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