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 package elemental.html;
 
 import  elemental.html.*;
 
 import java.util.Date;

DOM option elements elements share all of the properties and methods of other HTML elements described in the element section. They also have the specialized interface HTMLOptionElement (or HTML 4 HTMLOptionElement).

No methods are defined on this interface.

 
 public interface OptionElement extends Element {


  
Reflects the value of the selected HTML attribute. which indicates whether the option is selected by default.
 
   boolean isDefaultSelected();
 
   void setDefaultSelected(boolean arg);


  
Reflects the value of the disabled HTML attribute, which indicates that the option is unavailable to be selected. An option can also be disabled if it is a child of an <optgroup> element that is disabled.
 
   boolean isDisabled();
 
   void setDisabled(boolean arg);


  
If the option is a descendent of a <select> element, then this property has the same value as the form property of the corresponding {{DomXref("HTMLSelectElement") object; otherwise, it is null.
 
   FormElement getForm();


  
The position of the option within the list of options it belongs to, in tree-order. If the option is not part of a list of options, the value is 0.
 
   int getIndex();


  
Reflects the value of the label HTML attribute, which provides a label for the option. If this attribute isn't specifically set, reading it returns the element's text content.
 
   String getLabel();
 
   void setLabel(String arg);


  
Indicates whether the option is selected.
 
   boolean isSelected();
 
   void setSelected(boolean arg);


  
Contains the text content of the element.
 
   String getText();
 
   void setText(String arg);


  
Reflects the value of the value HTML attribute, if it exists; otherwise reflects value of the textContent  IDL attribute.
  void setValue(String arg);
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