Source code for ooodev.adapter.table.cell_range_partial

from __future__ import annotations
from typing import Any, TYPE_CHECKING
import uno

from import XCellRange

from ooodev.exceptions import ex as mEx
from ooodev.loader import lo as mLo

    from import XCell
    from ooodev.utils.type_var import UnoInterface

[docs]class CellRangePartial: """ Partial Class for XCellRange. """ # pylint: disable=unused-argument
[docs] def __init__(self, component: XCellRange, interface: UnoInterface | None = XCellRange) -> None: """ Constructor Args: component (XCellRange): UNO Component that implements ```` interface. interface (UnoInterface, optional): The interface to be validated. Defaults to ``XCellRange``. """ def validate(comp: Any, obj_type: Any) -> None: if obj_type is None: return if not mLo.Lo.is_uno_interfaces(comp, obj_type): raise mEx.MissingInterfaceError(obj_type) validate(component, interface) self.__component = component
# region XCellRange
[docs] def get_cell_by_position(self, column: int, row: int) -> XCell: """ Returns a single cell within the range. Raises: ``IndexOutOfBoundsException`` """ return self.__component.getCellByPosition(column, row)
[docs] def get_cell_range_by_name(self, rng: str) -> XCellRange: """ Returns a sub-range of cells within the range. The sub-range is specified by its name. The format of the range name is dependent of the context of the table. In spreadsheets valid names may be ``A1:C5`` or ``$B$2`` or even defined names for cell ranges such as ``MySpecialCell``. """ return self.__component.getCellRangeByName(rng)
[docs] def get_cell_range_by_position(self, left: int, top: int, right: int, bottom: int) -> XCellRange: """ Returns a sub-range of cells within the range. Raises: ``IndexOutOfBoundsException`` """ return self.__component.getCellRangeByPosition(left, top, right, bottom)
# endregion XCellRange