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This code example shows how to use the following methods:
    } 
     
    @Override 
    public ExtractedText getExtractedText(ExtractedTextRequest request, int flags) {
        if (mTextView != null) {
            ExtractedText et = new ExtractedText();
            if (mTextView.extractText(request, et)) {
                if ((flags&GET_EXTRACTED_TEXT_MONITOR) != 0) {
                    mTextView.setExtracting(request);
                } 
                return et;
            } 
        } 
        return null; 
    } 
 
    @Override 
    public boolean performPrivateCommand(String action, Bundle data) {
        mTextView.onPrivateIMECommand(action, data);
        return true; 
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        return true; 
    } 
 
    public ExtractedText getExtractedText(ExtractedTextRequest request, int flags) {
        if (mTextView != null) {
            ExtractedText et = new ExtractedText();
            if (mTextView.extractText(request, et)) {
                if ((flags&GET_EXTRACTED_TEXT_MONITOR) != 0) {
                    mTextView.setExtracting(request);
                } 
                return et;
            } 
        } 
        return null; 
    } 
 
    public boolean performPrivateCommand(String action, Bundle data) {
        mTextView.onPrivateIMECommand(action, data);
        return true; 
    } 
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    } 
     
    @Override 
    public ExtractedText getExtractedText(ExtractedTextRequest request, int flags) {
        if (mTextView != null) {
            ExtractedText et = new ExtractedText();
            if (mTextView.extractText(request, et)) {
                if ((flags&GET_EXTRACTED_TEXT_MONITOR) != 0) {
                    mTextView.setExtracting(request);
                } 
                return et;
            } 
        } 
        return null; 
    } 
 
    @Override 
    public boolean performPrivateCommand(String action, Bundle data) {
        mTextView.onPrivateIMECommand(action, data);
        return true; 
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        return true; 
    } 
     
    public ExtractedText getExtractedText(ExtractedTextRequest request, int flags) {
        if (mTextView != null) {
            ExtractedText et = new ExtractedText();
            if (mTextView.extractText(request, et)) {
                if ((flags&GET_EXTRACTED_TEXT_MONITOR) != 0) {
                    mTextView.setExtracting(request);
                } 
                return et;
            } 
        } 
        return null; 
    } 
     
    public boolean performPrivateCommand(String action, Bundle data) {
        mTextView.onPrivateIMECommand(action, data);
        return true; 
    } 
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        boolean result = super.setComposingRegion(start, end);
        return result;
    } 
 
    private ExtractedTextRequest mUpdateRequest;
    private final ExtractedText mUpdateExtract = new ExtractedText();
    @Override 
    public ExtractedText getExtractedText(ExtractedTextRequest req, int flags) {
        if(DEBUG) Log.e(LOGTAG, "getExtractedText");
        if(!Exec.isInsertMode()) { 
            resetIME(); 
            return null; 
        } 
        if (req == null)
            return null; 
 
        final Editable content = getEditable();
        if (content == null)
            return null; 
 
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     */ 
    @Override 
    public ExtractedText getExtractedText(ExtractedTextRequest request, int flags) {
        if (DEBUG) Log.w(TAG, "getExtractedText");
        ExtractedText et = new ExtractedText();
        Editable editable = getEditable();
        et.text = editable.toString();
        et.partialEndOffset = editable.length();
        et.selectionStart = Selection.getSelectionStart(editable);
        et.selectionEnd = Selection.getSelectionEnd(editable);
        et.flags = mSingleLine ? ExtractedText.FLAG_SINGLE_LINE : 0;
        return et;
    } 
 
    /** 
     * @see BaseInputConnection#beginBatchEdit() 
     */ 
    @Override 
    public boolean beginBatchEdit() { 
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        return true; 
    } 
 
    public ExtractedText getExtractedText(ExtractedTextRequest request, int flags) {
        if (mTextView != null) {
            ExtractedText et = new ExtractedText();
            if (mTextView.extractText(request, et)) {
                if ((flags&GET_EXTRACTED_TEXT_MONITOR) != 0) {
                    mTextView.setExtracting(request);
                } 
                return et;
            } 
        } 
        return null; 
    } 
 
    public boolean performPrivateCommand(String action, Bundle data) {
        mTextView.onPrivateIMECommand(action, data);
        return true; 
    } 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods:
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     */ 
    @Override 
    public ExtractedText getExtractedText(ExtractedTextRequest request, int flags) {
        if (DEBUG) Log.w(TAG, "getExtractedText");
        ExtractedText et = new ExtractedText();
        Editable editable = getEditable();
        et.text = editable.toString();
        et.partialEndOffset = editable.length();
        et.selectionStart = Selection.getSelectionStart(editable);
        et.selectionEnd = Selection.getSelectionEnd(editable);
        et.flags = mSingleLine ? ExtractedText.FLAG_SINGLE_LINE : 0;
        return et;
    } 
 
    /** 
     * @see BaseInputConnection#beginBatchEdit() 
     */ 
    @Override 
    public boolean beginBatchEdit() { 
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	 * @param flags 	Additional options to control the client, either 0 or GET_EXTRACTED_TEXT_MONITOR. 
	 * @returns Returns an ExtractedText object describing the state of the text view and containing the extracted text itself.  
	 * */ 
	@Override public ExtractedText getExtractedText(ExtractedTextRequest request, int flags){
		//I assume the ExtractedText is a value object, a snapshot of the text. 
		ExtractedText et=new ExtractedText();
		//flags 
		//partialEndOffset 
		//partialStartOffset 
		et.selectionEnd=this.editText.getSelectionEnd();
		et.selectionStart=this.editText.getSelectionStart();
		et.startOffset=0;
		et.text=this.editText.getText();
		return et;
	} 
 
	/** Get n characters of text after the current cursor position. 
	 *  
	 * This method may fail either if the input connection has become invalid  
	 * (such as its process crashing) or the client is taking too long to respond  
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