Source for javax.print.attribute.SupportedValuesAttribute

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  38: package javax.print.attribute;
  40: /**
  41:  * Marker interface for all attribute classes specifying the 
  42:  * supported/allowed values for another printing attribute class.
  43:  * <p>
  44:  * A {@link javax.print.PrintService} instance for example provides
  45:  * printing attribute classes implementing this interface to indicate
  46:  * that a specific attribute type is supported and if the supported values.
  47:  * </p><p>
  48:  * E.g. a {@link javax.print.attribute.standard.JobPrioritySupported}
  49:  * instance indicates that the attribute class 
  50:  * {@link javax.print.attribute.standard.JobPriority} is supported and
  51:  * provides the number of the possible priority levels.
  52:  * </p>
  53:  * 
  54:  * @author Michael Koch (
  55:  */
  56: public interface SupportedValuesAttribute extends Attribute
  57: {
  58:   // Marker interface
  59: }