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Graphics::Primitive::Border - Line around components
Graphics::Primitive::Border describes the border to be rendered around a component.
use Graphics::Primitive::Border; my $border = Graphics::Primitive::Border->new;
new Creates a new Graphics::Primitiver::Border. Borders are composed of 4 brushes, one for each of the 4 sides. See the documentation for Graphics::Primitive::Brush for more information. Note that you can provide a "width" and "color" argument to the constructor and it will create brushes of that width for each side. bottom The brush representing the bottom border. clone Close this border. color Set the Color on all 4 borders to the one supplied. Shortcut for setting it with each side. dash_pattern Set the dash pattern on all 4 borders to the one supplied. Shortcut for setting it with each side. equal_to ($other) Returns 1 if this border is equal to the one provided, else returns 0. homogeneous Returns 1 if all of this border's sides are the same. Allows for driver optimizations. left The brush representing the left border. not_equal_to Opposite of "equal_to". right The brush representing the right border. top The brush representing the top border. width Set the width on all 4 borders to the one supplied. Shortcut for setting it with each side.
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COPYRIGHT & LICENSE
Copyright 2008-2010 by Cory G Watson. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.