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ImeAction

enum class ImeAction
kotlin.Any
   ↳ kotlin.Enum<androidx.ui.input.ImeAction>
   ↳ androidx.ui.input.ImeAction

Enums used for indicating IME action.

Summary

Enum values

An IME action used to represent that the "enter" key works as "done" action.

An IME action used to represent that the "enter" key works as "go" action.

An IME action used to represent that the "enter" key works as "next" action.

An IME action used to represent that no IME action is available in editor.

An IME action used to represent that the "enter" key works as "previous" action.

An IME action used to represent that the "enter" key works as "search" action.

An IME action used to represent that the "enter" key works as "send" action.

An IME action used to represent that any IME action is associated.

Inherited extension functions

From androidx.compose
operator T

IMPORTANT: This global operator is TEMPORARY, and should be removed whenever an answer for contextual composers is reached.

Enum values

Done

enum val Done : ImeAction

An IME action used to represent that the "enter" key works as "done" action.

Go

enum val Go : ImeAction

An IME action used to represent that the "enter" key works as "go" action.

Next

enum val Next : ImeAction

An IME action used to represent that the "enter" key works as "next" action.

https://developer.android.com/reference/android/view/inputmethod/EditorInfo.html#IME_ACTION_NEXT

NoAction

enum val NoAction : ImeAction

An IME action used to represent that no IME action is available in editor.

Previous

enum val Previous : ImeAction

An IME action used to represent that the "enter" key works as "previous" action.

Search

enum val Search : ImeAction

An IME action used to represent that the "enter" key works as "search" action.

Send

enum val Send : ImeAction

An IME action used to represent that the "enter" key works as "send" action.

Unspecified

enum val Unspecified : ImeAction

An IME action used to represent that any IME action is associated.