Edges and relationships

The *wxEdge* enumerated type specifies the type of edge or dimension of a window.

wxLeft | The left edge. |
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wxTop | The top edge. |

wxRight | The right edge. |

wxBottom | The bottom edge. |

wxCentreX | The x-coordinate of the centre of the window. |

wxCentreY | The y-coordinate of the centre of the window. |

The *wxRelationship* enumerated type specifies the relationship that
this edge or dimension has with another specified edge or dimension. Normally, the user
doesn't use these directly because functions such as *Below* and *RightOf* are a convenience
for using the more general *Set* function.

wxUnconstrained | The edge or dimension is unconstrained (the default for edges. |
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wxAsIs | The edge or dimension is to be taken from the current window position or size (the default for dimensions. |

wxAbove | The edge should be above another edge. |

wxBelow | The edge should be below another edge. |

wxLeftOf | The edge should be to the left of another edge. |

wxRightOf | The edge should be to the right of another edge. |

wxSameAs | The edge or dimension should be the same as another edge or dimension. |

wxPercentOf | The edge or dimension should be a percentage of another edge or dimension. |

wxAbsolute | The edge or dimension should be a given absolute value. |

Constructor. Not used by the end-user.

Constrains this edge to be above the given window, with an optional margin. Implicitly, this is relative to the top edge of the other window.

Constrains this edge or dimension to be the given absolute value.

Sets this edge or constraint to be whatever the window's value is
at the moment. If either of the width and height constraints
are *as is*, the window will not be resized, but moved instead.
This is important when considering panel items which are intended
to have a default size, such as a button, which may take its size
from the size of the button label.

Constrains this edge to be below the given window, with an optional margin. Implicitly, this is relative to the bottom edge of the other window.

Sets this edge or dimension to be unconstrained, that is, dependent on other edges and dimensions from which this value can be deduced.

Constrains this edge to be to the left of the given window, with an optional margin. Implicitly, this is relative to the left edge of the other window.

Constrains this edge or dimension to be to a percentage of the given window, with an optional margin.

Constrains this edge to be to the right of the given window, with an optional margin. Implicitly, this is relative to the right edge of the other window.

Constrains this edge or dimension to be to the same as the edge of the given window, with an optional margin.

Sets the properties of the constraint. Normally called by one of the convenience functions such as Above, RightOf, SameAs.

ymasuda 平成17年11月19日