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package se.entra.phantom.server;

import java.util.Vector;

 * Since this class represents everything that is left after all the other areas have been 
 * identified, it does not have any logic to identify itself. Therefore it should work 
 * without problem for any host application.
 * <p>
 * This class just takes all the GofHostFields that have not been assigned to any other area, 
 * and assigns them to this area.
 * @author J. Bergström
public class GofMainAreaIdentifier extends GofHostAreaIdentifierAdapter
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  // ----------------

   * A method that identifies which of the Gui-on-the-fly host fields that belong to the area.
   * @param gofHostFields A <code>Vector</code> containing all the GofHostFields in the part of the 
   *                      screen area to be analyzed.
   * @param x             The start column of the area to be analyzed.
   * @param y             The start line of the area to be analyzed.
   * @param w             The width of the area to be analyzed.
   * @param h             The height of the area to be analyzed.
   * @return A <code>Vector</code> containing all the unused Gui-on-the-fly host fields.
  public Vector<GofHostField> identifyArea( Vector<GofHostField> gofHostFields, int x, int y, int w, int h )
    areaGofHostFields = new Vector<GofHostField>( );
    phantomControls = new Vector<PhantomControl>( );
    Vector<GofHostField> unusedGofHostFields = new Vector<GofHostField>( );

    for( int i = 0, s = gofHostFields.size( ); i < s; i++ )
      GofHostField ghf = gofHostFields.elementAt( i );
      areaGofHostFields.addElement( ghf );

    return unusedGofHostFields;