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Pango::TabArray

NAME

Pango::TabArray − an object containing an array of tab stops

HIERARCHY

  Glib::Boxed
  +−−−−Pango::TabArray

METHODS

tabarray = Pango::TabArray−>new ($initial_size, $positions_in_pixels, ...)

$initial_size (integer)

$positions_in_pixels (boolean)

... (list) pairs of Pango::TabAlign’s and integers, the alignments and positions of the tab stops.

tabarray = Pango::TabArray−>new_with_positions ($initial_size, $positions_in_pixels, ...)

$initial_size (integer)

$positions_in_pixels (boolean)

... (list) pairs of Pango::TabAlign’s and integers, the alignments and positions of the tab stops.

Alias for new.

boolean = $tab_array−>get_positions_in_pixels
$tab_array−>resize ($new_size)

$new_size (integer)

integer = $tab_array−>get_size
list = $tab_array−>get_tab ($tab_index)

$tab_index (integer)

$tab_array−>set_tab ($tab_index, $alignment, $location)

$tab_index (integer)

$alignment (Pango::TabAlign)

$location (integer)

list = $tab_array−>get_tabs
Returns a list of Pango::TabAlign’s, alignments, and integers, locations. Even elemtents are alignments and odd elements are locations, so 0 is the first alignment and 1 is the first location, 2 the second alignment, 3 the second location, etc.

ENUMS AND FLAGS

enum Pango::TabAlign

’left’ / ’ PANGO_TAB_LEFT

SEE ALSO

Pango, Glib::Boxed

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (C) 2003−2009 by the gtk2−perl team.

This software is licensed under the LGPL . See Pango for a full notice.

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