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A package of the Java Image I/O API dealing with synchronous
notification of events during the reading and writing of images.

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The <code>IIOReadProgressListener</code> interface allows for
notification of the percentage of an image that has been read
successfully.

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The <code>IIOReadUpdateListener</code> interface allows for
notification of the portions of an image that have been read.  This is
useful, for example, for implementing dynamic display of an image as
it is loaded.

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The <code>IIOReadWarningListener</code> interface allows for
notification of non-fatal errors during reading.

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The <code>IIOWriteWarningListener</code> and
<code>IIOWriteProgressListener</code> interfaces perform analogous
functions for writers.

@since 1.4
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