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): pango.TabArray(initial_size, positions_in_pixels)
def copy()
def get_size()
def resize(new_size)
def set_tab(tab_index, alignment, location)
def get_tab(tab_index)
def get_tabs()
def get_positions_in_pixels()

Description

A pango.TabArray object contains an array of tab stops. Each tab stop has an alignment and a position.

Constructor

    pango.TabArray(initial_size, positions_in_pixels)

initial_size :

Initial number of tab stops to allocate, can be 0

positions_in_pixels :

if True the tab positions are in pixel units

Returns :

a pango.TabArray

Creates a new pango.TabArray object with the number of tab stops specified by initial_size. If positions_in_pixels is True, the tab stop positions are specified in pixel units otherwise in pango units (one pixel = pango.SCALE pango units). All tab stops are initially at position 0.

Methods

pango.TabArray.copy

    def copy()

Returns :

a new pango.TabArray object

The copy() method returns a new pango.TabArray that is copy of this pango.TabArray.

pango.TabArray.get_size

    def get_size()

Returns :

the number of tab stops in the array.

The get_size() method returns the number of tab stops in the tab array.

pango.TabArray.resize

    def resize(new_size)

new_size :

the new size of the array

The resize() method sets the size of the tab array to the value specified by new_size. You must subsequently initialize any tabs that were added to the array.

pango.TabArray.set_tab

    def set_tab(tab_index, alignment, location)

tab_index :

the index of a tab stop

alignment :

the tab alignment

location :

the tab location in pango units

The set_tab() method sets the specified alignment and location of the tab stop specified by tab_index. The value of alignment must always be pango.TAB_LEFT in the current implementation.

pango.TabArray.get_tab

    def get_tab(tab_index)

tab_index :

the tab stop index

Returns :

a 2-tuple containing the tab alignment and position

The get_tab() method returns a 2-tuple containing the alignment and position of the tab stop specified by tab_index.

pango.TabArray.get_tabs

    def get_tabs()

Returns :

a tuple containing a list of 2-tuples (each holding the alignment and position of a tab stop).

The get_tabs() method returns a tuple containing a list of 2-tuples (each holding the alignment and position of a tab stop)

pango.TabArray.get_positions_in_pixels

    def get_positions_in_pixels()

Returns :

True if tab stop positions are specified in pixels

The get_positions_in_pixels() method returns True if the tab positions are specified in pixels and False if they are in pango units.

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