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:: com :: sun :: star :: i18n ::

interface XForbiddenCharacters
Description
provides access to forbidden character settings in a document.

In some languages, particular characters are not allowed to be placed at the beginning or at the end of a text line.


Methods' Summary
getForbiddenCharacters returns the forbidden characters for a given locale.  
hasForbiddenCharacters determines if forbidden characters are set for a given locale.  
setForbiddenCharacters sets the forbidden characters for a given Locale.  
removeForbiddenCharacters removes the setting of forbidden characters for a given locale.  
Methods' Details
getForbiddenCharacters
ForbiddenCharacters
getForbiddenCharacters( [in] ::com::sun::star::lang::Locale  aLocale )
raises( ::com::sun::star::container::NoSuchElementException );

Description
returns the forbidden characters for a given locale.
hasForbiddenCharacters
boolean
hasForbiddenCharacters( [in] ::com::sun::star::lang::Locale  aLocale );

Description
determines if forbidden characters are set for a given locale.
setForbiddenCharacters
void
setForbiddenCharacters( [in] ::com::sun::star::lang::Locale  aLocale,
[in] ForbiddenCharacters  aForbiddenCharacters );

Description
sets the forbidden characters for a given Locale.
removeForbiddenCharacters
void
removeForbiddenCharacters( [in] ::com::sun::star::lang::Locale  aLocale );

Description
removes the setting of forbidden characters for a given locale.
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