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357private getCurrentFocusedElement(): HTMLElement | null {
358 return document.getElementById(this.getCellId(this.selection.row, this.selection.column, this.selection.key));
359}
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23export function focusInput(element) {
24 if (!element) return;
25
26 const textNode = findLastTextNode(element);
27 if (textNode) {
28 const range = document.createRange();
29 range.setStart(textNode, textNode.length);
30 range.collapse(true);
31
32 const selection = window.getSelection();
33 selection.removeAllRanges();
34 selection.addRange(range);
35 }
36
37 element.focus();
38}
21function getFocus() {
22 var inFocus;
23
24 try {
25 inFocus = document.hasFocus();
26 } catch(e){} // eslint-disable-line no-empty
27
28 if (typeof inFocus !== "boolean") {
29 // Assume we are
30 return true;
31 }
32
33 return inFocus;
34}
136function focusEnd()
137{
138 $("#input").focus();
139 var editableDiv = document.getElementById("input");
140 cursorManager.setEndOfContenteditable(editableDiv);
141}
23function focusInInput(e) {
24 return (
25 /input|textarea/i.test(e.target.tagName) || e.target.getAttribute('contenteditable') !== null
26 );
27}
575function get_Focused () {
576 return JSIL.Host.isPageVisible();
577}
1553_onFocus(event, element) {
1554 // NOTE(mmalerba): We currently set the classes based on the focus origin of the most recent
1555 // focus event affecting the monitored element. If we want to use the origin of the first event
1556 // instead we should check for the cdk-focused class here and return if the element already has
1557 // it. (This only matters for elements that have includesChildren = true).
1558 // If we are not counting child-element-focus as focused, make sure that the event target is the
1559 // monitored element itself.
1560 const /** @type {?} */ elementInfo = this._elementInfo.get(element);
1561 if (!elementInfo || (!elementInfo.checkChildren && element !== event.target)) {
1562 return;
1563 }
1564 // If we couldn't detect a cause for the focus event, it's due to one of three reasons:
1565 // 1) The window has just regained focus, in which case we want to restore the focused state of
1566 // the element from before the window blurred.
1567 // 2) It was caused by a touch event, in which case we mark the origin as 'touch'.
1568 // 3) The element was programmatically focused, in which case we should mark the origin as
1569 // 'program'.
1570 if (!this._origin) {
1571 if (this._windowFocused && this._lastFocusOrigin) {
1572 this._origin = this._lastFocusOrigin;
1573 }
1574 else if (this._wasCausedByTouch(event)) {
1575 this._origin = 'touch';
1576 }
1577 else {
1578 this._origin = 'program';
1579 }
1580 }
1581 this._setClasses(element, this._origin);
1582 elementInfo.subject.next(this._origin);
1583 this._lastFocusOrigin = this._origin;
1584 this._origin = null;
1585}
240function isFocused() {
241 return document.activeElement === text;
242};
55isFocused() {
56 return focused === this;
57}
504get focused() {
505 return this._focused || false;
506}

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