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Graph::Easy::Group::CeUser)Contributed Perl DocumenGraph::Easy::Group::Cell(3)

NAME
       Graph::Easy::Group::Cell	- A cell in a group

SYNOPSIS
	       use Graph::Easy;

	       my $ssl = Graph::Easy::Edge->new( );

	       $ssl->set_attributes(
		       label =>	'encrypted connection',
		       style =>	'-->',
		       color =>	'red',
	       );

	       $graph =	Graph::Easy->new();

	       $graph->add_edge('source', 'destination', $ssl);

	       print $graph->as_ascii();

DESCRIPTION
       A "Graph::Easy::Group::Cell" represents a cell of a group.

       Group cells can have a background and, if they are on the outside, a
       border.

       There should be no need to use this package directly.

METHODS
   error()
	       $last_error = $group->error();

	       $group->error($error);		       # set new messages
	       $group->error('');		       # clear error

       Returns the last	error message, or '' for no error.

   as_ascii()
	       my $ascii = $cell->as_ascii();

       Returns the cell	as a little ascii representation.

   as_html()
	       my $html	= $cell->as_html($tag,$id);

       Returns the cell	as HTML	code.

   label()
	       my $label = $cell->label();

       Returns the name	(also known as 'label')	of the cell.

   class()
	       my $class = $cell->class();

       Returns the classname(s)	of this	cell, like:

	       group_cities gr gb

       for a cell with a bottom	(gb) and right (gr) border in the class
       "cities".

EXPORT
       None.

SEE ALSO
       Graph::Easy.

AUTHOR
       Copyright (C) 2004 - 2007 by Tels <http://bloodgate.com>.

       See the LICENSE file for	more details.

perl v5.32.0			  2016-06-06	   Graph::Easy::Group::Cell(3)

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