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java/awt/font/TextAttribute.java

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package java.awt.font;

import java.io.InvalidObjectException;
import java.text.AttributedCharacterIterator.Attribute;
import java.util.Map;
import java.util.HashMap;

/**
 * The <code>TextAttribute</code> class defines attribute keys and
 * attribute values used for text rendering.
 * <p>
 * <code>TextAttribute</code> instances are used as attribute keys to
 * identify attributes in
 * {@link java.awt.Font Font},
 * {@link java.awt.font.TextLayout TextLayout},
 * {@link java.text.AttributedCharacterIterator AttributedCharacterIterator},
 * and other classes handling text attributes. Other constants defined
 * in this class can be used as attribute values.
 * <p>
 * For each text attribute, the documentation provides:
 * <UL>
 *   <LI>the type of its value,
 *   <LI>the relevant predefined constants, if any
 *   <LI>the default effect if the attribute is absent
 *   <LI>the valid values if there are limitations
 *   <LI>a description of the effect.
 * </UL>
 * <p>
 * <H3>Values</H3>
 * <UL>
 *   <LI>The values of attributes must always be immutable.
 *   <LI>Where value limitations are given, any value outside of that
 *   set is reserved for future use; the value will be treated as
 *   the default.
 *   <LI>The value <code>null</code> is treated the same as the
 *   default value and results in the default behavior.
 *   <li>If the value is not of the proper type, the attribute
 *   will be ignored.
 *   <li>The identity of the value does not matter, only the actual
 *   value.  For example, <code>TextAttribute.WEIGHT_BOLD</code> and
 *   <code>new Float(2.0)</code>
 *   indicate the same <code>WEIGHT</code>.
 *   <li>Attribute values of type <code>Number</code> (used for
 *   <code>WEIGHT</code>, <code>WIDTH</code>, <code>POSTURE</code>,
 *   <code>SIZE</code>, <code>JUSTIFICATION</code>, and
 *   <code>TRACKING</code>) can vary along their natural range and are
 *   not restricted to the predefined constants.
 *   <code>Number.floatValue()</code> is used to get the actual value
 *   from the <code>Number</code>.
 *   <li>The values for <code>WEIGHT</code>, <code>WIDTH</code>, and
 *   <code>POSTURE</code> are interpolated by the system, which
 *   can select the 'nearest available' font or use other techniques to
 *   approximate the user's request.
 *
 * </UL>
 *
 * <h4>Summary of attributes</h4>
 * <p>
 * <table style="float:center" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="2" width="%95"
 *     summary="Key, value type, principal constants, and default value
 *     behavior of all TextAttributes">
 * <tr style="background-color:#ccccff">
 * <th valign="TOP" align="CENTER">Key</th>
 * <th valign="TOP" align="CENTER">Value Type</th>
 * <th valign="TOP" align="CENTER">Principal Constants</th>
 * <th valign="TOP" align="CENTER">Default Value</th>
 * </tr>
 * <tr>
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link #FAMILY}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">String</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">See Font {@link java.awt.Font#DIALOG DIALOG},
 * {@link java.awt.Font#DIALOG_INPUT DIALOG_INPUT},<br> {@link java.awt.Font#SERIF SERIF},
 * {@link java.awt.Font#SANS_SERIF SANS_SERIF}, and {@link java.awt.Font#MONOSPACED MONOSPACED}.
 * </td>
 * <td valign="TOP">"Default" (use platform default)</td>
 * </tr>
 * <tr style="background-color:#eeeeff">
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link #WEIGHT}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">Number</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">WEIGHT_REGULAR, WEIGHT_BOLD</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">WEIGHT_REGULAR</td>
 * </tr>
 * <tr>
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link #WIDTH}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">Number</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">WIDTH_CONDENSED, WIDTH_REGULAR,<br>WIDTH_EXTENDED</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">WIDTH_REGULAR</td>
 * </tr>
 * <tr style="background-color:#eeeeff">
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link #POSTURE}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">Number</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">POSTURE_REGULAR, POSTURE_OBLIQUE</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">POSTURE_REGULAR</td>
 * </tr>
 * <tr>
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link #SIZE}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">Number</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">none</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">12.0</td>
 * </tr>
 * <tr style="background-color:#eeeeff">
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link #TRANSFORM}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link TransformAttribute}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">See TransformAttribute {@link TransformAttribute#IDENTITY IDENTITY}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">TransformAttribute.IDENTITY</td>
 * </tr>
 * <tr>
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link #SUPERSCRIPT}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">Integer</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">SUPERSCRIPT_SUPER, SUPERSCRIPT_SUB</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">0 (use the standard glyphs and metrics)</td>
 * </tr>
 * <tr style="background-color:#eeeeff">
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link #FONT}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link java.awt.Font}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">none</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">null (do not override font resolution)</td>
 * </tr>
 * <tr>
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link #CHAR_REPLACEMENT}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link GraphicAttribute}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">none</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">null (draw text using font glyphs)</td>
 * </tr>
 * <tr style="background-color:#eeeeff">
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link #FOREGROUND}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link java.awt.Paint}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">none</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">null (use current graphics paint)</td>
 * </tr>
 * <tr>
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link #BACKGROUND}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link java.awt.Paint}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">none</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">null (do not render background)</td>
 * </tr>
 * <tr style="background-color:#eeeeff">
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link #UNDERLINE}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">Integer</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">UNDERLINE_ON</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">-1 (do not render underline)</td>
 * </tr>
 * <tr>
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link #STRIKETHROUGH}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">Boolean</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">STRIKETHROUGH_ON</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">false (do not render strikethrough)</td>
 * </tr>
 * <tr style="background-color:#eeeeff">
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link #RUN_DIRECTION}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">Boolean</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">RUN_DIRECTION_LTR<br>RUN_DIRECTION_RTL</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">null (use {@link java.text.Bidi} standard default)</td>
 * </tr>
 * <tr>
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link #BIDI_EMBEDDING}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">Integer</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">none</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">0 (use base line direction)</td>
 * </tr>
 * <tr style="background-color:#eeeeff">
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link #JUSTIFICATION}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">Number</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">JUSTIFICATION_FULL</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">JUSTIFICATION_FULL</td>
 * </tr>
 * <tr>
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link #INPUT_METHOD_HIGHLIGHT}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link java.awt.im.InputMethodHighlight},<br>{@link java.text.Annotation}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">(see class)</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">null (do not apply input highlighting)</td>
 * </tr>
 * <tr style="background-color:#eeeeff">
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link #INPUT_METHOD_UNDERLINE}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">Integer</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">UNDERLINE_LOW_ONE_PIXEL,<br>UNDERLINE_LOW_TWO_PIXEL</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">-1 (do not render underline)</td>
 * </tr>
 * <tr>
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link #SWAP_COLORS}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">Boolean</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">SWAP_COLORS_ON</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">false (do not swap colors)</td>
 * </tr>
 * <tr style="background-color:#eeeeff">
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link #NUMERIC_SHAPING}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link java.awt.font.NumericShaper}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">none</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">null (do not shape digits)</td>
 * </tr>
 * <tr>
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link #KERNING}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">Integer</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">KERNING_ON</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">0 (do not request kerning)</td>
 * </tr>
 * <tr style="background-color:#eeeeff">
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link #LIGATURES}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">Integer</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">LIGATURES_ON</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">0 (do not form optional ligatures)</td>
 * </tr>
 * <tr>
 * <td valign="TOP">{@link #TRACKING}</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">Number</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">TRACKING_LOOSE, TRACKING_TIGHT</td>
 * <td valign="TOP">0 (do not add tracking)</td>
 * </tr>
 * </table>
 *
 * @see java.awt.Font
 * @see java.awt.font.TextLayout
 * @see java.text.AttributedCharacterIterator
 */
public final class TextAttribute extends Attribute {

    // table of all instances in this class, used by readResolve
    private static final Map<String, TextAttribute>
            instanceMap = new HashMap<String, TextAttribute>(29);

    /**
     * Constructs a <code>TextAttribute</code> with the specified name.
     * @param name the attribute name to assign to this
     * <code>TextAttribute</code>
     */
    protected TextAttribute(String name) {
        super(name);
        if (this.getClass() == TextAttribute.class) {
            instanceMap.put(name, this);
        }
    }

    /**
     * Resolves instances being deserialized to the predefined constants.
     */
    protected Object readResolve() throws InvalidObjectException {
        if (this.getClass() != TextAttribute.class) {
            throw new InvalidObjectException(
                "subclass didn't correctly implement readResolve");
        }

        TextAttribute instance = instanceMap.get(getName());
        if (instance != null) {
            return instance;
        } else {
            throw new InvalidObjectException("unknown attribute name");
        }
    }

    // Serialization compatibility with Java 2 platform v1.2.
    // 1.2 will throw an InvalidObjectException if ever asked to
    // deserialize INPUT_METHOD_UNDERLINE.
    // This shouldn't happen in real life.
    static final long serialVersionUID = 7744112784117861702L;

    //
    // For use with Font.
    //

    /**
     * Attribute key for the font name.  Values are instances of
     * <b><code>String</code></b>.  The default value is
     * <code>"Default"</code>, which causes the platform default font
     * family to be used.
     *
     * <p> The <code>Font</code> class defines constants for the logical
     * font names
     * {@link java.awt.Font#DIALOG DIALOG},
     * {@link java.awt.Font#DIALOG_INPUT DIALOG_INPUT},
     * {@link java.awt.Font#SANS_SERIF SANS_SERIF},
     * {@link java.awt.Font#SERIF SERIF}, and
     * {@link java.awt.Font#MONOSPACED MONOSPACED}.
     *
     * <p>This defines the value passed as <code>name</code> to the
     * <code>Font</code> constructor.  Both logical and physical
     * font names are allowed. If a font with the requested name
     * is not found, the default font is used.
     *
     * <p><em>Note:</em> This attribute is unfortunately misnamed, as
     * it specifies the face name and not just the family.  Thus
     * values such as "Lucida Sans Bold" will select that face if it
     * exists.  Note, though, that if the requested face does not
     * exist, the default will be used with <em>regular</em> weight.
     * The "Bold" in the name is part of the face name, not a separate
     * request that the font's weight be bold.</p>
     */
    public static final TextAttribute FAMILY =
        new TextAttribute("family");

    /**
     * Attribute key for the weight of a font.  Values are instances
     * of <b><code>Number</code></b>.  The default value is
     * <code>WEIGHT_REGULAR</code>.
     *
     * <p>Several constant values are provided, see {@link
     * #WEIGHT_EXTRA_LIGHT}, {@link #WEIGHT_LIGHT}, {@link
     * #WEIGHT_DEMILIGHT}, {@link #WEIGHT_REGULAR}, {@link
     * #WEIGHT_SEMIBOLD}, {@link #WEIGHT_MEDIUM}, {@link
     * #WEIGHT_DEMIBOLD}, {@link #WEIGHT_BOLD}, {@link #WEIGHT_HEAVY},
     * {@link #WEIGHT_EXTRABOLD}, and {@link #WEIGHT_ULTRABOLD}.  The
     * value <code>WEIGHT_BOLD</code> corresponds to the
     * style value <code>Font.BOLD</code> as passed to the
     * <code>Font</code> constructor.
     *
     * <p>The value is roughly the ratio of the stem width to that of
     * the regular weight.
     *
     * <p>The system can interpolate the provided value.
     */
    public static final TextAttribute WEIGHT =
        new TextAttribute("weight");

    /**
     * The lightest predefined weight.
     * @see #WEIGHT
     */
    public static final Float WEIGHT_EXTRA_LIGHT =
        Float.valueOf(0.5f);

    /**
     * The standard light weight.
     * @see #WEIGHT
     */
    public static final Float WEIGHT_LIGHT =
        Float.valueOf(0.75f);

    /**
     * An intermediate weight between <code>WEIGHT_LIGHT</code> and
     * <code>WEIGHT_STANDARD</code>.
     * @see #WEIGHT
     */
    public static final Float WEIGHT_DEMILIGHT =
        Float.valueOf(0.875f);

    /**
     * The standard weight. This is the default value for <code>WEIGHT</code>.
     * @see #WEIGHT
     */
    public static final Float WEIGHT_REGULAR =
        Float.valueOf(1.0f);

    /**
     * A moderately heavier weight than <code>WEIGHT_REGULAR</code>.
     * @see #WEIGHT
     */
    public static final Float WEIGHT_SEMIBOLD =
        Float.valueOf(1.25f);

    /**
     * An intermediate weight between <code>WEIGHT_REGULAR</code> and
     * <code>WEIGHT_BOLD</code>.
     * @see #WEIGHT
     */
    public static final Float WEIGHT_MEDIUM =
        Float.valueOf(1.5f);

    /**
     * A moderately lighter weight than <code>WEIGHT_BOLD</code>.
     * @see #WEIGHT
     */
    public static final Float WEIGHT_DEMIBOLD =
        Float.valueOf(1.75f);

    /**
     * The standard bold weight.
     * @see #WEIGHT
     */
    public static final Float WEIGHT_BOLD =
        Float.valueOf(2.0f);

    /**
     * A moderately heavier weight than <code>WEIGHT_BOLD</code>.
     * @see #WEIGHT
     */
    public static final Float WEIGHT_HEAVY =
        Float.valueOf(2.25f);

    /**
     * An extra heavy weight.
     * @see #WEIGHT
     */
    public static final Float WEIGHT_EXTRABOLD =
        Float.valueOf(2.5f);

    /**
     * The heaviest predefined weight.
     * @see #WEIGHT
     */
    public static final Float WEIGHT_ULTRABOLD =
        Float.valueOf(2.75f);

    /**
     * Attribute key for the width of a font.  Values are instances of
     * <b><code>Number</code></b>.  The default value is
     * <code>WIDTH_REGULAR</code>.
     *
     * <p>Several constant values are provided, see {@link
     * #WIDTH_CONDENSED}, {@link #WIDTH_SEMI_CONDENSED}, {@link
     * #WIDTH_REGULAR}, {@link #WIDTH_SEMI_EXTENDED}, {@link
     * #WIDTH_EXTENDED}.
     *
     * <p>The value is roughly the ratio of the advance width to that
     * of the regular width.
     *
     * <p>The system can interpolate the provided value.
     */
    public static final TextAttribute WIDTH =
        new TextAttribute("width");

    /**
     * The most condensed predefined width.
     * @see #WIDTH
     */
    public static final Float WIDTH_CONDENSED =
        Float.valueOf(0.75f);

    /**
     * A moderately condensed width.
     * @see #WIDTH
     */
    public static final Float WIDTH_SEMI_CONDENSED =
        Float.valueOf(0.875f);

    /**
     * The standard width. This is the default value for
     * <code>WIDTH</code>.
     * @see #WIDTH
     */
    public static final Float WIDTH_REGULAR =
        Float.valueOf(1.0f);

    /**
     * A moderately extended width.
     * @see #WIDTH
     */
    public static final Float WIDTH_SEMI_EXTENDED =
        Float.valueOf(1.25f);

    /**
     * The most extended predefined width.
     * @see #WIDTH
     */
    public static final Float WIDTH_EXTENDED =
        Float.valueOf(1.5f);

    /**
     * Attribute key for the posture of a font.  Values are instances
     * of <b><code>Number</code></b>. The default value is
     * <code>POSTURE_REGULAR</code>.
     *
     * <p>Two constant values are provided, {@link #POSTURE_REGULAR}
     * and {@link #POSTURE_OBLIQUE}. The value
     * <code>POSTURE_OBLIQUE</code> corresponds to the style value
     * <code>Font.ITALIC</code> as passed to the <code>Font</code>
     * constructor.
     *
     * <p>The value is roughly the slope of the stems of the font,
     * expressed as the run over the rise.  Positive values lean right.
     *
     * <p>The system can interpolate the provided value.
     *
     * <p>This will affect the font's italic angle as returned by
     * <code>Font.getItalicAngle</code>.
     *
     * @see java.awt.Font#getItalicAngle()
     */
    public static final TextAttribute POSTURE =
        new TextAttribute("posture");

    /**
     * The standard posture, upright.  This is the default value for
     * <code>POSTURE</code>.
     * @see #POSTURE
     */
    public static final Float POSTURE_REGULAR =
        Float.valueOf(0.0f);

    /**
     * The standard italic posture.
     * @see #POSTURE
     */
    public static final Float POSTURE_OBLIQUE =
        Float.valueOf(0.20f);

    /**
     * Attribute key for the font size.  Values are instances of
     * <b><code>Number</code></b>.  The default value is 12pt.
     *
     * <p>This corresponds to the <code>size</code> parameter to the
     * <code>Font</code> constructor.
     *
     * <p>Very large or small sizes will impact rendering performance,
     * and the rendering system might not render text at these sizes.
     * Negative sizes are illegal and result in the default size.
     *
     * <p>Note that the appearance and metrics of a 12pt font with a
     * 2x transform might be different than that of a 24 point font
     * with no transform.
     */
    public static final TextAttribute SIZE =
        new TextAttribute("size");

    /**
     * Attribute key for the transform of a font.  Values are
     * instances of <b><code>TransformAttribute</code></b>.  The
     * default value is <code>TransformAttribute.IDENTITY</code>.
     *
     * <p>The <code>TransformAttribute</code> class defines the
     * constant {@link TransformAttribute#IDENTITY IDENTITY}.
     *
     * <p>This corresponds to the transform passed to
     * <code>Font.deriveFont(AffineTransform)</code>.  Since that
     * transform is mutable and <code>TextAttribute</code> values must
     * not be, the <code>TransformAttribute</code> wrapper class is
     * used.
     *
     * <p>The primary intent is to support scaling and skewing, though
     * other effects are possible.</p>
     *
     * <p>Some transforms will cause the baseline to be rotated and/or
     * shifted.  The text and the baseline are transformed together so
     * that the text follows the new baseline.  For example, with text
     * on a horizontal baseline, the new baseline follows the
     * direction of the unit x vector passed through the
     * transform. Text metrics are measured against this new baseline.
     * So, for example, with other things being equal, text rendered
     * with a rotated TRANSFORM and an unrotated TRANSFORM will measure as
     * having the same ascent, descent, and advance.</p>
     *
     * <p>In styled text, the baselines for each such run are aligned
     * one after the other to potentially create a non-linear baseline
     * for the entire run of text. For more information, see {@link
     * TextLayout#getLayoutPath}.</p>
     *
     * @see TransformAttribute
     * @see java.awt.geom.AffineTransform
     */
     public static final TextAttribute TRANSFORM =
        new TextAttribute("transform");

    /**
     * Attribute key for superscripting and subscripting.  Values are
     * instances of <b><code>Integer</code></b>.  The default value is
     * 0, which means that no superscript or subscript is used.
     *
     * <p>Two constant values are provided, see {@link
     * #SUPERSCRIPT_SUPER} and {@link #SUPERSCRIPT_SUB}.  These have
     * the values 1 and -1 respectively.  Values of
     * greater magnitude define greater levels of superscript or
     * subscripting, for example, 2 corresponds to super-superscript,
     * 3 to super-super-superscript, and similarly for negative values
     * and subscript, up to a level of 7 (or -7).  Values beyond this
     * range are reserved; behavior is platform-dependent.
     *
     * <p><code>SUPERSCRIPT</code> can
     * impact the ascent and descent of a font.  The ascent
     * and descent can never become negative, however.
     */
    public static final TextAttribute SUPERSCRIPT =
        new TextAttribute("superscript");

    /**
     * Standard superscript.
     * @see #SUPERSCRIPT
     */
    public static final Integer SUPERSCRIPT_SUPER =
        Integer.valueOf(1);

    /**
     * Standard subscript.
     * @see #SUPERSCRIPT
     */
    public static final Integer SUPERSCRIPT_SUB =
        Integer.valueOf(-1);

    /**
     * Attribute key used to provide the font to use to render text.
     * Values are instances of {@link java.awt.Font}.  The default
     * value is null, indicating that normal resolution of a
     * <code>Font</code> from attributes should be performed.
     *
     * <p><code>TextLayout</code> and
     * <code>AttributedCharacterIterator</code> work in terms of
     * <code>Maps</code> of <code>TextAttributes</code>.  Normally,
     * all the attributes are examined and used to select and
     * configure a <code>Font</code> instance.  If a <code>FONT</code>
     * attribute is present, though, its associated <code>Font</code>
     * will be used.  This provides a way for users to override the
     * resolution of font attributes into a <code>Font</code>, or
     * force use of a particular <code>Font</code> instance.  This
     * also allows users to specify subclasses of <code>Font</code> in
     * cases where a <code>Font</code> can be subclassed.
     *
     * <p><code>FONT</code> is used for special situations where
     * clients already have a <code>Font</code> instance but still
     * need to use <code>Map</code>-based APIs.  Typically, there will
     * be no other attributes in the <code>Map</code> except the
     * <code>FONT</code> attribute.  With <code>Map</code>-based APIs
     * the common case is to specify all attributes individually, so
     * <code>FONT</code> is not needed or desireable.
     *
     * <p>However, if both <code>FONT</code> and other attributes are
     * present in the <code>Map</code>, the rendering system will
     * merge the attributes defined in the <code>Font</code> with the
     * additional attributes.  This merging process classifies
     * <code>TextAttributes</code> into two groups.  One group, the
     * 'primary' group, is considered fundamental to the selection and
     * metric behavior of a font.  These attributes are
     * <code>FAMILY</code>, <code>WEIGHT</code>, <code>WIDTH</code>,
     * <code>POSTURE</code>, <code>SIZE</code>,
     * <code>TRANSFORM</code>, <code>SUPERSCRIPT</code>, and
     * <code>TRACKING</code>. The other group, the 'secondary' group,
     * consists of all other defined attributes, with the exception of
     * <code>FONT</code> itself.
     *
     * <p>To generate the new <code>Map</code>, first the
     * <code>Font</code> is obtained from the <code>FONT</code>
     * attribute, and <em>all</em> of its attributes extracted into a
     * new <code>Map</code>.  Then only the <em>secondary</em>
     * attributes from the original <code>Map</code> are added to
     * those in the new <code>Map</code>.  Thus the values of primary
     * attributes come solely from the <code>Font</code>, and the
     * values of secondary attributes originate with the
     * <code>Font</code> but can be overridden by other values in the
     * <code>Map</code>.
     *
     * <p><em>Note:</em><code>Font's</code> <code>Map</code>-based
     * constructor and <code>deriveFont</code> methods do not process
     * the <code>FONT</code> attribute, as these are used to create
     * new <code>Font</code> objects.  Instead, {@link
     * java.awt.Font#getFont(Map) Font.getFont(Map)} should be used to
     * handle the <code>FONT</code> attribute.
     *
     * @see java.awt.Font
     */
    public static final TextAttribute FONT =
        new TextAttribute("font");

    /**
     * Attribute key for a user-defined glyph to display in lieu
     * of the font's standard glyph for a character.  Values are
     * intances of GraphicAttribute.  The default value is null,
     * indicating that the standard glyphs provided by the font
     * should be used.
     *
     * <p>This attribute is used to reserve space for a graphic or
     * other component embedded in a line of text.  It is required for
     * correct positioning of 'inline' components within a line when
     * bidirectional reordering (see {@link java.text.Bidi}) is
     * performed.  Each character (Unicode code point) will be
     * rendered using the provided GraphicAttribute. Typically, the
     * characters to which this attribute is applied should be
     * <code>&#92;uFFFC</code>.
     *
     * <p>The GraphicAttribute determines the logical and visual
     * bounds of the text; the actual Font values are ignored.
     *
     * @see GraphicAttribute
     */
    public static final TextAttribute CHAR_REPLACEMENT =
        new TextAttribute("char_replacement");

    //
    // Adornments added to text.
    //

    /**
     * Attribute key for the paint used to render the text.  Values are
     * instances of <b><code>Paint</code></b>.  The default value is
     * null, indicating that the <code>Paint</code> set on the
     * <code>Graphics2D</code> at the time of rendering is used.
     *
     * <p>Glyphs will be rendered using this
     * <code>Paint</code> regardless of the <code>Paint</code> value
     * set on the <code>Graphics</code> (but see {@link #SWAP_COLORS}).
     *
     * @see java.awt.Paint
     * @see #SWAP_COLORS
     */
    public static final TextAttribute FOREGROUND =
        new TextAttribute("foreground");

    /**
     * Attribute key for the paint used to render the background of
     * the text.  Values are instances of <b><code>Paint</code></b>.
     * The default value is null, indicating that the background
     * should not be rendered.
     *
     * <p>The logical bounds of the text will be filled using this
     * <code>Paint</code>, and then the text will be rendered on top
     * of it (but see {@link #SWAP_COLORS}).
     *
     * <p>The visual bounds of the text is extended to include the
     * logical bounds, if necessary.  The outline is not affected.
     *
     * @see java.awt.Paint
     * @see #SWAP_COLORS
     */
    public static final TextAttribute BACKGROUND =
        new TextAttribute("background");

    /**
     * Attribute key for underline.  Values are instances of
     * <b><code>Integer</code></b>.  The default value is -1, which
     * means no underline.
     *
     * <p>The constant value {@link #UNDERLINE_ON} is provided.
     *
     * <p>The underline affects both the visual bounds and the outline
     * of the text.
     */
    public static final TextAttribute UNDERLINE =
        new TextAttribute("underline");

    /**
     * Standard underline.
     *
     * @see #UNDERLINE
     */
    public static final Integer UNDERLINE_ON =
        Integer.valueOf(0);

    /**
     * Attribute key for strikethrough.  Values are instances of
     * <b><code>Boolean</code></b>.  The default value is
     * <code>false</code>, which means no strikethrough.
     *
     * <p>The constant value {@link #STRIKETHROUGH_ON} is provided.
     *
     * <p>The strikethrough affects both the visual bounds and the
     * outline of the text.
     */
    public static final TextAttribute STRIKETHROUGH =
        new TextAttribute("strikethrough");

    /**
     * A single strikethrough.
     *
     * @see #STRIKETHROUGH
     */
    public static final Boolean STRIKETHROUGH_ON =
        Boolean.TRUE;

    //
    // Attributes use to control layout of text on a line.
    //

    /**
     * Attribute key for the run direction of the line.  Values are
     * instances of <b><code>Boolean</code></b>.  The default value is
     * null, which indicates that the standard Bidi algorithm for
     * determining run direction should be used with the value {@link
     * java.text.Bidi#DIRECTION_DEFAULT_LEFT_TO_RIGHT}.
     *
     * <p>The constants {@link #RUN_DIRECTION_RTL} and {@link
     * #RUN_DIRECTION_LTR} are provided.
     *
     * <p>This determines the value passed to the {@link
     * java.text.Bidi} constructor to select the primary direction of
     * the text in the paragraph.
     *
     * <p><em>Note:</em> This attribute should have the same value for
     * all the text in a paragraph, otherwise the behavior is
     * undetermined.
     *
     * @see java.text.Bidi
     */
    public static final TextAttribute RUN_DIRECTION =
        new TextAttribute("run_direction");

    /**
     * Left-to-right run direction.
     * @see #RUN_DIRECTION
     */
    public static final Boolean RUN_DIRECTION_LTR =
        Boolean.FALSE;

    /**
     * Right-to-left run direction.
     * @see #RUN_DIRECTION
     */
    public static final Boolean RUN_DIRECTION_RTL =
        Boolean.TRUE;

    /**
     * Attribute key for the embedding level of the text.  Values are
     * instances of <b><code>Integer</code></b>.  The default value is
     * <code>null</code>, indicating that the the Bidirectional
     * algorithm should run without explicit embeddings.
     *
     * <p>Positive values 1 through 61 are <em>embedding</em> levels,
     * negative values -1 through -61 are <em>override</em> levels.
     * The value 0 means that the base line direction is used.  These
     * levels are passed in the embedding levels array to the {@link
     * java.text.Bidi} constructor.
     *
     * <p><em>Note:</em> When this attribute is present anywhere in
     * a paragraph, then any Unicode bidi control characters (RLO,
     * LRO, RLE, LRE, and PDF) in the paragraph are
     * disregarded, and runs of text where this attribute is not
     * present are treated as though it were present and had the value
     * 0.
     *
     * @see java.text.Bidi
     */
    public static final TextAttribute BIDI_EMBEDDING =
        new TextAttribute("bidi_embedding");

    /**
     * Attribute key for the justification of a paragraph.  Values are
     * instances of <b><code>Number</code></b>.  The default value is
     * 1, indicating that justification should use the full width
     * provided.  Values are pinned to the range [0..1].
     *
     * <p>The constants {@link #JUSTIFICATION_FULL} and {@link
     * #JUSTIFICATION_NONE} are provided.
     *
     * <p>Specifies the fraction of the extra space to use when
     * justification is requested on a <code>TextLayout</code>. For
     * example, if the line is 50 points wide and it is requested to
     * justify to 70 points, a value of 0.75 will pad to use
     * three-quarters of the remaining space, or 15 points, so that
     * the resulting line will be 65 points in length.
     *
     * <p><em>Note:</em> This should have the same value for all the
     * text in a paragraph, otherwise the behavior is undetermined.
     *
     * @see TextLayout#getJustifiedLayout
     */
    public static final TextAttribute JUSTIFICATION =
        new TextAttribute("justification");

    /**
     * Justify the line to the full requested width.  This is the
     * default value for <code>JUSTIFICATION</code>.
     * @see #JUSTIFICATION
     */
    public static final Float JUSTIFICATION_FULL =
        Float.valueOf(1.0f);

    /**
     * Do not allow the line to be justified.
     * @see #JUSTIFICATION
     */
    public static final Float JUSTIFICATION_NONE =
        Float.valueOf(0.0f);

    //
    // For use by input method.
    //

    /**
     * Attribute key for input method highlight styles.
     *
     * <p>Values are instances of {@link
     * java.awt.im.InputMethodHighlight} or {@link
     * java.text.Annotation}.  The default value is <code>null</code>,
     * which means that input method styles should not be applied
     * before rendering.
     *
     * <p>If adjacent runs of text with the same
     * <code>InputMethodHighlight</code> need to be rendered
     * separately, the <code>InputMethodHighlights</code> should be
     * wrapped in <code>Annotation</code> instances.
     *
     * <p>Input method highlights are used while text is being
     * composed by an input method. Text editing components should
     * retain them even if they generally only deal with unstyled
     * text, and make them available to the drawing routines.
     *
     * @see java.awt.Font
     * @see java.awt.im.InputMethodHighlight
     * @see java.text.Annotation
     */
    public static final TextAttribute INPUT_METHOD_HIGHLIGHT =
        new TextAttribute("input method highlight");

    /**
     * Attribute key for input method underlines.  Values
     * are instances of <b><code>Integer</code></b>.  The default
     * value is <code>-1</code>, which means no underline.
     *
     * <p>Several constant values are provided, see {@link
     * #UNDERLINE_LOW_ONE_PIXEL}, {@link #UNDERLINE_LOW_TWO_PIXEL},
     * {@link #UNDERLINE_LOW_DOTTED}, {@link #UNDERLINE_LOW_GRAY}, and
     * {@link #UNDERLINE_LOW_DASHED}.
     *
     * <p>This may be used in conjunction with {@link #UNDERLINE} if
     * desired.  The primary purpose is for use by input methods.
     * Other use of these underlines for simple ornamentation might
     * confuse users.
     *
     * <p>The input method underline affects both the visual bounds and
     * the outline of the text.
     *
     * @since 1.3
     */
    public static final TextAttribute INPUT_METHOD_UNDERLINE =
        new TextAttribute("input method underline");

    /**
     * Single pixel solid low underline.
     * @see #INPUT_METHOD_UNDERLINE
     * @since 1.3
     */
    public static final Integer UNDERLINE_LOW_ONE_PIXEL =
        Integer.valueOf(1);

    /**
     * Double pixel solid low underline.
     * @see #INPUT_METHOD_UNDERLINE
     * @since 1.3
     */
    public static final Integer UNDERLINE_LOW_TWO_PIXEL =
        Integer.valueOf(2);

    /**
     * Single pixel dotted low underline.
     * @see #INPUT_METHOD_UNDERLINE
     * @since 1.3
     */
    public static final Integer UNDERLINE_LOW_DOTTED =
        Integer.valueOf(3);

    /**
     * Double pixel gray low underline.
     * @see #INPUT_METHOD_UNDERLINE
     * @since 1.3
     */
    public static final Integer UNDERLINE_LOW_GRAY =
        Integer.valueOf(4);

    /**
     * Single pixel dashed low underline.
     * @see #INPUT_METHOD_UNDERLINE
     * @since 1.3
     */
    public static final Integer UNDERLINE_LOW_DASHED =
        Integer.valueOf(5);

    /**
     * Attribute key for swapping foreground and background
     * <code>Paints</code>.  Values are instances of
     * <b><code>Boolean</code></b>.  The default value is
     * <code>false</code>, which means do not swap colors.
     *
     * <p>The constant value {@link #SWAP_COLORS_ON} is defined.
     *
     * <p>If the {@link #FOREGROUND} attribute is set, its
     * <code>Paint</code> will be used as the background, otherwise
     * the <code>Paint</code> currently on the <code>Graphics</code>
     * will be used.  If the {@link #BACKGROUND} attribute is set, its
     * <code>Paint</code> will be used as the foreground, otherwise
     * the system will find a contrasting color to the
     * (resolved) background so that the text will be visible.
     *
     * @see #FOREGROUND
     * @see #BACKGROUND
     */
    public static final TextAttribute SWAP_COLORS =
        new TextAttribute("swap_colors");

    /**
     * Swap foreground and background.
     * @see #SWAP_COLORS
     * @since 1.3
     */
    public static final Boolean SWAP_COLORS_ON =
        Boolean.TRUE;

    /**
     * Attribute key for converting ASCII decimal digits to other
     * decimal ranges.  Values are instances of {@link NumericShaper}.
     * The default is <code>null</code>, which means do not perform
     * numeric shaping.
     *
     * <p>When a numeric shaper is defined, the text is first
     * processed by the shaper before any other analysis of the text
     * is performed.
     *
     * <p><em>Note:</em> This should have the same value for all the
     * text in the paragraph, otherwise the behavior is undetermined.
     *
     * @see NumericShaper
     * @since 1.4
     */
    public static final TextAttribute NUMERIC_SHAPING =
        new TextAttribute("numeric_shaping");

    /**
     * Attribute key to request kerning. Values are instances of
     * <b><code>Integer</code></b>.  The default value is
     * <code>0</code>, which does not request kerning.
     *
     * <p>The constant value {@link #KERNING_ON} is provided.
     *
     * <p>The default advances of single characters are not
     * appropriate for some character sequences, for example "To" or
     * "AWAY".  Without kerning the adjacent characters appear to be
     * separated by too much space.  Kerning causes selected sequences
     * of characters to be spaced differently for a more pleasing
     * visual appearance.
     *
     * @since 1.6
     */
    public static final TextAttribute KERNING =
        new TextAttribute("kerning");

    /**
     * Request standard kerning.
     * @see #KERNING
     * @since 1.6
     */
    public static final Integer KERNING_ON =
        Integer.valueOf(1);


    /**
     * Attribute key for enabling optional ligatures. Values are
     * instances of <b><code>Integer</code></b>.  The default value is
     * <code>0</code>, which means do not use optional ligatures.
     *
     * <p>The constant value {@link #LIGATURES_ON} is defined.
     *
     * <p>Ligatures required by the writing system are always enabled.
     *
     * @since 1.6
     */
    public static final TextAttribute LIGATURES =
        new TextAttribute("ligatures");

    /**
     * Request standard optional ligatures.
     * @see #LIGATURES
     * @since 1.6
     */
    public static final Integer LIGATURES_ON =
        Integer.valueOf(1);

    /**
     * Attribute key to control tracking.  Values are instances of
     * <b><code>Number</code></b>.  The default value is
     * <code>0</code>, which means no additional tracking.
     *
     * <p>The constant values {@link #TRACKING_TIGHT} and {@link
     * #TRACKING_LOOSE} are provided.
     *
     * <p>The tracking value is multiplied by the font point size and
     * passed through the font transform to determine an additional
     * amount to add to the advance of each glyph cluster.  Positive
     * tracking values will inhibit formation of optional ligatures.
     * Tracking values are typically between <code>-0.1</code> and
     * <code>0.3</code>; values outside this range are generally not
     * desireable.
     *
     * @since 1.6
     */
    public static final TextAttribute TRACKING =
        new TextAttribute("tracking");

    /**
     * Perform tight tracking.
     * @see #TRACKING
     * @since 1.6
     */
    public static final Float TRACKING_TIGHT =
        Float.valueOf(-.04f);

    /**
     * Perform loose tracking.
     * @see #TRACKING
     * @since 1.6
     */
    public static final Float TRACKING_LOOSE =
        Float.valueOf(.04f);
}

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