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): gtk.gdk.Rectangle(x=0, y=0, width=0, height=0)
def intersect(src)
def union(src)

Attributes

"x"Read-WriteThe X coordinate of the top left corner of the rectangle.
"y"Read-WriteThe Y coordinate of the top left corner of the rectangle.
"width"Read-WriteThe width of the rectangle.
"height"Read-WriteThe height of the rectangle.

Description

A gtk.gdk.Rectangle holds the position and size of a rectangle. The position is specified by the "x" and "y" attributes and the size, by the "width" and "height" attributes.

Starting with PyGTK 2.14 gtk.gdk.Rectangle objects are properly comparable. By Python rules, rectangles (being mutable) are now unhashable. If you need to use them as dictionary keys, convert rectangle objects to tuples first. You can convert such tuples back to gtk.gdk.Rectangle using the following code:

  rectangle = gtk.gdk.Rectangle(*tuple)
    

Also beginning with PyGTK 2.14 gtk.gdk.Rectangle objects have custom support for repr Python function. For any rectangle it holds that:

  rectangle == eval(repr(rectangle))
    

Constructor

    gtk.gdk.Rectangle(x=0, y=0, width=0, height=0)

x :

the X coordinate of the top left corner of the rectangle

y :

the Y coordinate of the top left corner of the rectangle

width :

the width of the rectangle

height :

the height of the rectangle

Returns :

a new gtk.gdk.Rectangle object

Creates a new gtk.gdk.Rectangle with the attributes specified by x, y, width and height. Any unspecified attributes default to 0.

Methods

gtk.gdk.Rectangle.intersect

    def intersect(src)

src :

a gtk.gdk.Rectangle of a 4-tuple specifying the attributes of a rectangle as (x, y, width, height)

Returns :

a gtk.gdk.Rectangle that is the intersection of src and the rectangle

The intersect() method returns a gtk.gdk.Rectangle that is the intersection of this rectangle and the gtk.gdk.Rectangle specified by src. The value of src is either a gtk.gdk.Rectangle or a 4-tuple containing the position and size of a rectangle. If the rectangles do not intersect the returned gtk.gdk.Rectangle will have all attributes set to 0.

gtk.gdk.Rectangle.union

    def union(src)

src :

a gtk.gdk.Rectangle of a 4-tuple specifying the attributes of a rectangle as (x, y, width, height)

Returns :

a gtk.gdk.Rectangle that includes both src and the rectangle

The union() method returns a gtk.gdk.Rectangle that is the smallest rectangle containing both this rectangle and the gtk.gdk.Rectangle specified by src. The value of src is either a gtk.gdk.Rectangle or a 4-tuple containing the position and size of a rectangle.

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