4.60. row

4.60.1. Summary

Parameters: width

Positional parameters in same order.

Pass attribute hash as last to subroutine: no

Interpolates container text by default.

This is a container tag, i.e. [row] FOO [/row]. Nesting: NO

Invalidates cache: no

Called Routine:

ASP-like Perl call:

         width => VALUE,


    $Tag->row($width, $BODY);
    [row width]
Parameters Description Default
Attributes Default
interpolate No
reparse Yes
Invalidates cache no
Container tag Yes
Has Subtags No
Nests No

Tag expansion example:

    [row width]
    TODO: (tag result)

ASP-like Perl call:

   $Tag->row(  { width => VALUE_width
}, $body  );

or similarly with positional parameters,

    $Tag->row(width, $attribute_hash_reference, $body);

4.60.2. Description

Formats text in tables. Intended for use in emailed reports or <PRE></PRE> HTML areas. The parameter nn gives the number of columns to use. Inside the row tag, [col param=value ...] tags may be used. [col width=nn wrap=yes|no gutter=n align=left|right|input spacing=n]

Sets up a column for use in a [row]. This parameter can only be contained inside a [row nn] [/row] tag pair. Any number of columns (that fit within the size of the row) can be defined.

The parameters are:

    width=nn        The column width, I<including the gutter>. Must be
                    supplied, there is no default. A shorthand method
                    is to just supply the number as the I<first> parameter,
                    as in [col 20].

    gutter=n        The number of spaces used to separate the column (on
                    the right-hand side) from the next. Default is 2.

    spacing=n       The line spacing used for wrapped text. Default is 1,
                    or single-spaced.

    wrap=(yes|no)   Determines whether text that is greater in length than
                    the column width will be wrapped to the next line. Default
                    is I<yes>.

    align=(L|R|I)   Determines whether text is aligned to the left (the default),
                    the right, or in a way that might display an HTML text
                    input field correctly. [/col]

Terminates the column field. width