Provided by: latexml_0.8.3-3_all bug

NAME

       "LaTeXML::Core::Whatsit" - Representations of digested objects.

DESCRIPTION

       represents a digested object that can generate arbitrary elements in the XML Document.  It
       extends LaTeXML::Core::Box.

   METHODS
       Note that the font is stored in the data properties under 'font'.

       "$defn = $whatsit->getDefinition;"
           Returns the LaTeXML::Core::Definition responsible for creating $whatsit.

       "$value = $whatsit->getProperty($key);"
           Returns the value associated with $key in the $whatsit's property list.

       "$whatsit->setProperty($key,$value);"
           Sets the $value associated with the $key in the $whatsit's property list.

       "$props = $whatsit->getProperties();"
           Returns the hash of properties stored on this Whatsit.  (Note that this hash is
           modifiable).

       "$props = $whatsit->setProperties(%keysvalues);"
           Sets several properties, like setProperty.

       "$list = $whatsit->getArg($n);"
           Returns the $n-th argument (starting from 1) for this $whatsit.

       "@args = $whatsit->getArgs;"
           Returns the list of arguments for this $whatsit.

       "$whatsit->setArgs(@args);"
           Sets the list of arguments for this $whatsit to @args (each arg should be a
           "LaTeXML::Core::List").

       "$list = $whatsit->getBody;"
           Return the body for this $whatsit. This is only defined for environments or top-level
           math formula.  The body is stored in the properties under 'body'.

       "$whatsit->setBody(@body);"
           Sets the body of the $whatsit to the boxes in @body.  The last $box in @body is
           assumed to represent the `trailer', that is the result of the invocation that closed
           the environment or math.  It is stored separately in the properties under 'trailer'.

       "$list = $whatsit->getTrailer;"
           Return the trailer for this $whatsit. See "setBody".

AUTHOR

       Bruce Miller <bruce.miller@nist.gov>

COPYRIGHT

       Public domain software, produced as part of work done by the United States Government &
       not subject to copyright in the US.