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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.ui.part
Interface IWorkbenchPartOrientation

All Known Implementing Classes:
AbstractDebugView, AbstractDecoratedTextEditor, AbstractMultiEditor, AbstractTextEditor, BookmarkNavigator, CommonNavigator, CommonSourceNotFoundEditor, ContentOutline, EditorPart, org.eclipse.ui.internal.views.markers.ExtendedMarkersView, FormEditor, FormPage, MarkerSupportView, MultiEditor, MultiPageEditor, MultiPageEditorPart, PageBookView, ProjectExplorer, PropertySheet, ResourceNavigator, SharedHeaderFormEditor, StatusTextEditor, TaskList, TemplatesView, TextEditor, ViewPart, WorkbenchPart

public interface IWorkbenchPartOrientation

The IWorkbenchPartOrientation is the interface that defines the orientation of the part. If a type does not implement this interface an orientation of SWT.NONE will be assumed.

Since:
3.1
See Also:
SWT.RIGHT_TO_LEFT, SWT.LEFT_TO_RIGHT, SWT.NONE, Window.getDefaultOrientation()

Method Summary
 int getOrientation ()
          Return the orientation of this part.
 

Method Detail

getOrientation

int getOrientation()
Return the orientation of this part.

Returns:
int SWT#RIGHT_TO_LEFT or SWT#LEFT_TO_RIGHT
See Also:
Window.getDefaultOrientation(), SWT.RIGHT_TO_LEFT, SWT.LEFT_TO_RIGHT, Window.getDefaultOrientation()

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Guidelines for using Eclipse APIs.

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