The QMargins class defines the four margins of a rectangle. More...
This class was introduced in Qt 4.6.
|QMargins ( int left, int top, int right, int bottom )|
|int||bottom () const|
|bool||isNull () const|
|int||left () const|
|int||right () const|
|void||setBottom ( int bottom )|
|void||setLeft ( int left )|
|void||setRight ( int right )|
|void||setTop ( int Top )|
|int||top () const|
|bool||operator!= ( const QMargins & m1, const QMargins & m2 )|
|bool||operator== ( const QMargins & m1, const QMargins & m2 )|
The QMargins class defines the four margins of a rectangle.
QMargin defines a set of four margins; left, top, right and bottom, that describe the size of the borders surrounding a rectangle.
The isNull() function returns true only if all margins are set to zero.
QMargin objects can be streamed as well as compared.
Member Function Documentation
Constructs a margins object with all margins set to 0.
See also isNull().
Constructs margins with the given left, top, right, bottom
Returns the bottom margin.
See also setBottom().
Returns true if all margins are is 0; otherwise returns false.
Returns the left margin.
See also setLeft().
Returns the right margin.
See also setRight().
Sets the bottom margin to bottom.
See also bottom().
Sets the left margin to left.
See also left().
Sets the right margin to right.
See also right().
Sets the Top margin to Top.
See also top().
Returns the top margin.
See also setTop().
Returns true if m1 and m2 are different; otherwise returns false.
Returns true if m1 and m2 are equal; otherwise returns false.
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