FBB::lm - Manipulator setting left margins of OFoldStream objects
#include <bobcat/ofoldstream> or
Linking option: -lbobcat
The lm class implements a manipulator that can be inserted into OFoldStream objects to set the stream’s left margin to a requested value.
Depending on the tab-setting of the OFoldStream the inserted value represents the number of blank space characters or the number of tab-characters that will be used for the left margin.
The request will be processed at the next newline character or std::flush or std::endl manipulator that is inserted into the stream. If a line is still once an lm object and a flush manipulator are inserted into the stream then the new left margin will be effective at the next word inserted into that line (cf., the example section below).
A bad_cast exception is thrown when the manipulator is inserted into an ostream that is not using a OFoldBuf buffer.
All constructors, members, operators and manipulators, mentioned in this man-page, are defined in the namespace FBB.
- lm(size_t newValue):
Copy and move constructors (and assignment operators) are available.
- std::ostream &modify(std::ostream &out) const:
This member is normally not directly called from user-programs. Instead, it is called by the insertion operator when inserting the lm manipulator.
using namespace std;
using namespace FBB;
OFoldStream out(cout, 0, 80);
out << "hello world (left margin is 0)" << lm(4) << "\n"
"this uses a 4 character wide left margin\n" <<
lm(0) << flush << "at column 0 again\n";
bobcat/lm - defines the class interface
bobcat(7), manipulators(3bobcat), mlm(3bobcat), ofoldstream(3bobcat)
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Bobcat is an acronym of `Brokken’s Own Base Classes And Templates’.
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