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EditPoint Methods

The EditPoint type exposes the following members.

  Name Description
Public method ChangeCase Changes the case of the selected text.
Public method CharLeft Moves the edit point the specified number of characters to the left.
Public method CharRight Moves the edit point the specified number of characters to the right.
Public method ClearBookmark Clears any unnamed bookmarks in the current text buffer line.
Public method Copy Copies the specified range of text to the clipboard.
Public method CreateEditPoint Creates and returns an EditPoint object at the location of the calling object.
Public method Cut Copies the specified range of text to the clipboard and deletes it from the document.
Public method Delete Deletes the specified range of text.
Public method DeleteWhitespace Deletes the empty characters (white space) horizontally or vertically around the current location in the text buffer.
Public method EndOfDocument Moves the edit point to the end of the document.
Public method EndOfLine Moves the edit point to the end of the current line in the buffer.
Public method EqualTo Returns a value indicating whether the value of the given point object's AbsoluteCharOffset is equal to that of the calling EditPoint object.
Public method FindPattern Finds a given matching pattern in the selected text.
Public method GetLines Gets a string representing the text between two given lines.
Public method GetText Gets the text between the current location and the specified location in the buffer.
Public method GreaterThan Returns whether the value of the EditPoint object's AbsoluteCharOffset property is greater than that of the given TextPoint object.
Public method Indent Indents the selected lines by the given number of indentation levels.
Public method Insert Inserts the given string at the edit point's current position in the buffer.
Public method InsertFromFile Inserts the contents of the specified file at the current location in the buffer.
Public method LessThan Returns whether the value of the called EditPoint object's AbsoluteCharOffset is less than that of the given TextPoint object.
Public method LineDown Moves the edit point down the specified number of lines.
Public method LineUp Moves the edit point up the specified number of lines.
Public method MoveToAbsoluteOffset Moves the active point to the given 1-based absolute character offset.
Public method MoveToLineAndOffset Moves the document to the specified line and character offset position in that line.
Public method MoveToPoint Moves the active point to the given position.
Public method NextBookmark Moves to the location of the next bookmark in the document.
Public method OutlineSection Creates an outlining section based on an edit point and the given text point or value.
Public method PadToColumn Fills the current line in the buffer with empty characters (white space) to the given column.
Public method Paste Inserts the clipboard contents at the current location.
Public method PreviousBookmark Moves the edit point to the location of the previous bookmark in the document.
Public method ReadOnly Returns a value indicating whether any of the specified range contains read-only text.
Public method ReplacePattern Finds a pattern in the specified range of text and replaces it with the specified text.
Public method ReplaceText Replaces the selected text with the given text.
Public method SetBookmark Sets an unnamed bookmark on the current line in the buffer.
Public method SmartFormat Formats the specified range of text based on the current language.
Public method StartOfDocument Moves the object to the beginning of the document.
Public method StartOfLine Moves the edit point to the beginning of the current line in the buffer.
Public method TryToShow Attempts to display the text point's location.
Public method Unindent Removes the indent characters from the selected lines by the given number of indentation levels.
Public method WordLeft Moves the object the specified number of words to the left.
Public method WordRight Moves the object the specified number of words to the right.
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