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:: com :: sun :: star :: view ::

interface XLineCursor
Description
makes it possible to move a cursor by lines within laid out text.
See also
::com::sun::star::table::CellCursor, ::com::sun::star::text::TextCursor, ::com::sun::star::text::XTextViewCursor

Methods' Summary
isAtStartOfLine determines if the cursor is positioned at the start of a line.  
isAtEndOfLine determines if the cursor is positioned at the end of a line.  
gotoEndOfLine moves the cursor to the end of the current line.  
gotoStartOfLine moves the cursor to the start of the current line.  
Methods' Details
isAtStartOfLine
boolean
isAtStartOfLine();

Description
determines if the cursor is positioned at the start of a line.
isAtEndOfLine
boolean
isAtEndOfLine();

Description
determines if the cursor is positioned at the end of a line.
gotoEndOfLine
void
gotoEndOfLine( [in] boolean  bExpand );

Description
moves the cursor to the end of the current line.
Parameter bExpand
determines whether the text range of the cursor is expanded (true) or the cursor will be just at the new position after the move (false).
gotoStartOfLine
void
gotoStartOfLine( [in] boolean  bExpand );

Description
moves the cursor to the start of the current line.
Parameter bExpand
determines whether the text range of the cursor is expanded (true) or the cursor will be just at the new position after the move (false).
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