Commit c3d73623 authored by Emden R. Gansner's avatar Emden R. Gansner

Flesh out details concerning escString type.

parent 3c9ce30f
......@@ -2230,7 +2230,7 @@ enclosed in the parentheses, <TT>(...)+</TT> indicates 1 or more, and
where each <I>%f</I> is a double.
<DT><A NAME=k:escString><STRONG>escString</STRONG></A>
<DD>string allowing escape sequences which are replaced according
<DD>A string allowing escape sequences which are replaced according
to the context.
For node attributes, the substring "&#92;N" is replaced by the name of the node,
and the substring "&#92;G" by the name of the graph.
......@@ -2251,6 +2251,9 @@ enclosed in the parentheses, <TT>(...)+</TT> indicates 1 or more, and
the escape sequences "&#92;n", "&#92;l" and "&#92;r"
divide the label into lines, centered, left-justified, and right-justified,
respectively.
<P>
Obviously, one can use "&#92;&#92;" to get a single backslash. A backslash appearing before any
character not listed above is ignored.
<DT><A NAME=k:layerList><STRONG>layerList</STRONG></A>
<DD>list of strings separated by characters from the
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......@@ -148,7 +148,7 @@ interpreting "forward" and "back".
A colon-separated list of doubles: "<I>%f</I>(:<I>%f</I>)*"
where each <I>%f</I> is a double.
:escString
string allowing escape sequences which are replaced according
A string allowing escape sequences which are replaced according
to the context.
For node attributes, the substring "&#92;N" is replaced by the name of the node,
and the substring "&#92;G" by the name of the graph.
......@@ -169,6 +169,9 @@ In addition, if the associated attribute is
the escape sequences "&#92;n", "&#92;l" and "&#92;r"
divide the label into lines, centered, left-justified, and right-justified,
respectively.
<P>
Obviously, one can use "&#92;&#92;" to get a single backslash. A backslash appearing before any
character not listed above is ignored.
:lblString
an <A HREF=#k:escString>escString</A>
or an <A HREF=shapes.html#html>HTML label</A>.
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