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GMLEdgeGraphicsLinePointBuilder

GMLEdgeGraphicsLinePointBuilder

Section: Tulip Plugins Library (3) Updated: 19 Jul 2010
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NAME

GMLEdgeGraphicsLinePointBuilder -  

SYNOPSIS


Inherits GMLTrue.  

Public Member Functions


GMLEdgeGraphicsLinePointBuilder (GMLEdgeGraphicsLineBuilder *edgeGraphicsLineBuilder)

bool addInt (const string &st, const int integer)

bool addDouble (const string &st, const double real)

bool close ()
 

Public Attributes


GMLEdgeGraphicsLineBuilder * edgeGraphicsLineBuilder

Coord coord
 

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

 

GMLEdgeGraphicsLinePointBuilder::GMLEdgeGraphicsLinePointBuilder (GMLEdgeGraphicsLineBuilder * edgeGraphicsLineBuilder) [inline]

 

Member Function Documentation

 

bool GMLEdgeGraphicsLinePointBuilder::addDouble (const string & st, const double real) [inline]

 

bool GMLEdgeGraphicsLinePointBuilder::addInt (const string & st, const int integer) [inline]

 

bool GMLEdgeGraphicsLinePointBuilder::close () [inline, virtual]

Reimplemented from GMLTrue.  

Member Data Documentation

 

Coord GMLEdgeGraphicsLinePointBuilder::coord

 

GMLEdgeGraphicsLineBuilder* GMLEdgeGraphicsLinePointBuilder::edgeGraphicsLineBuilder

 

Author

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Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
Public Member Functions
Public Attributes
Constructor & Destructor Documentation
GMLEdgeGraphicsLinePointBuilder::GMLEdgeGraphicsLinePointBuilder (GMLEdgeGraphicsLineBuilder * edgeGraphicsLineBuilder) [inline]
Member Function Documentation
bool GMLEdgeGraphicsLinePointBuilder::addDouble (const string & st, const double real) [inline]
bool GMLEdgeGraphicsLinePointBuilder::addInt (const string & st, const int integer) [inline]
bool GMLEdgeGraphicsLinePointBuilder::close () [inline, virtual]
Member Data Documentation
Coord GMLEdgeGraphicsLinePointBuilder::coord
GMLEdgeGraphicsLineBuilder* GMLEdgeGraphicsLinePointBuilder::edgeGraphicsLineBuilder
Author

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