2.6 - Utilities

From within python 2.7, when you have an aa_macro class object, you can invoke several utilities that can assist you in generating information about the state of the aa_macro class object.

2.6.1 - localLib()

  localLib(mode='text',border=1)  

This function provides a list of the local variables.

  mode   may be   'text'  ,   'html'   or   'table'  

When   mode='text'  , the output is simply that, with no formatting applied.

When   mode='html'  , the output is HTML formatted.

When   mode='table'  , the output is HTML formatted within a table. In this case, the   border=1   setting affects whether the table has a border or not. The default,   border=1  , means there will be a border of thickness 1 on the table.

  border   may be   0  , or a number larger than zero. If zero, there will be no border when table is generated. If a larger value, then the table will have a border of the designated thickness.

2.6.2 - globalLib()

  globalLib(mode='text',border=1)  

This function provides a list of the global variables.

  mode   may be   'text'  ,   'html'   or   'table'  

When   mode='text'  , the output is simply that, with no formatting applied.

When   mode='html'  , the output is HTML formatted.

When   mode='table'  , the output is HTML formatted within a table. In this case, the   border=1   setting affects whether the table has a border or not. The default,   border=1  , means there will be a border of thickness 1 on the table.

  border   may be   0  , or a number larger than zero. If zero, there will be no border when table is generated. If a larger value, then the table will have a border of the designated thickness.

2.6.3 - styleLib()

  styleLib(mode='text',border=1)  

This function provides a list of the local styles.

  mode   may be   'text'  ,   'html'   or   'table'  

When   mode='text'  , the output is simply that, with no formatting applied.

When   mode='html'  , the output is HTML formatted.

When   mode='table'  , the output is HTML formatted within a table. In this case, the   border=1   setting affects whether the table has a border or not. The default,   border=1  , means there will be a border of thickness 1 on the table.

  border   may be   0  , or a number larger than zero. If zero, there will be no border when table is generated. If a larger value, then the table will have a border of the designated thickness.

2.6.4 - gstyleLib()

  gstyleLib(mode='text',border=1)  

This function provides a list of the global styles.

  mode   may be   'text'  ,   'html'   or   'table'  

When   mode='text'  , the output is simply that, with no formatting applied.

When   mode='html'  , the output is HTML formatted.

When   mode='table'  , the output is HTML formatted within a table. In this case, the   border=1   setting affects whether the table has a border or not. The default,   border=1  , means there will be a border of thickness 1 on the table.

  border   may be   0  , or a number larger than zero. If zero, there will be no border when table is generated. If a larger value, then the table will have a border of the designated thickness.

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