Class TableLayoutConstraints

java.lang.Object
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  +--TableLayoutConstraints
All Implemented Interfaces:
TableLayoutConstants
Direct Known Subclasses:
TableLayout.Entry

public class TableLayoutConstraints
extends java.lang.Object
implements TableLayoutConstants

The following inner class is used to bind components to their constraints.


Field Summary
 int col1
          Cell in which the upper left corner of the component lays
 int col2
          Cell in which the lower right corner of the component lays
 int hAlign
          Horizontal justification if component occupies just one cell
 int row1
          Cell in which the upper left corner of the component lays
 int row2
          Cell in which the lower right corner of the component lays
 int vAlign
          Verical justification if component occupies just one cell
 
Fields inherited from interface TableLayoutConstants
BOTTOM, CENTER, FILL, FULL, LEFT, MAX_ALIGN, MIN_ALIGN, MINIMUM, PREFERRED, RIGHT, TOP
 
Constructor Summary
TableLayoutConstraints()
          Constructs an TableLayoutConstraints with the default settings.
TableLayoutConstraints(int col1, int row1, int col2, int row2, int hAlign, int vAlign)
          Constructs an TableLayoutConstraints a set of constraints.
TableLayoutConstraints(java.lang.String constraints)
          Constructs an TableLayoutConstraints from a string.
 
Method Summary
 java.lang.String toString()
          Gets a string representation of this TableLayoutConstraints.
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, wait, wait, wait
 

Field Detail

col1

public int col1
Cell in which the upper left corner of the component lays


row1

public int row1
Cell in which the upper left corner of the component lays


col2

public int col2
Cell in which the lower right corner of the component lays


row2

public int row2
Cell in which the lower right corner of the component lays


hAlign

public int hAlign
Horizontal justification if component occupies just one cell


vAlign

public int vAlign
Verical justification if component occupies just one cell

Constructor Detail

TableLayoutConstraints

public TableLayoutConstraints()
Constructs an TableLayoutConstraints with the default settings. This constructor is equivalent to TableLayoutConstraints(0, 0, 0, 0, FULL, FULL).


TableLayoutConstraints

public TableLayoutConstraints(java.lang.String constraints)
Constructs an TableLayoutConstraints from a string.

Parameters:
constraints - indicates TableLayoutConstraints's position and justification as a string in the form "row, column" or "row, column, horizontal justification, vertical justification" or "row 1, column 1, row 2, column 2". It is also acceptable to delimit the paramters with spaces instead of commas.

TableLayoutConstraints

public TableLayoutConstraints(int col1,
                              int row1,
                              int col2,
                              int row2,
                              int hAlign,
                              int vAlign)
Constructs an TableLayoutConstraints a set of constraints.

Parameters:
col1 - column where upper-left cornor of the component is placed
row1 - row where upper-left cornor of the component is placed
col2 - column where lower-right cornor of the component is placed
row2 - row where lower-right cornor of the component is placed
hAlign - horizontal justification of a component in a single cell
vAlign - vertical justification of a component in a single cell
Method Detail

toString

public java.lang.String toString()
Gets a string representation of this TableLayoutConstraints.

Overrides:
toString in class java.lang.Object
Returns:
a string in the form "row 1, column 1, row 2, column 2" or "row, column, horizontal justification, vertical justification"