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SVGLengthList object

Defines a list of SVGLength objects.

Scalable Vector Graphics: Basic Data Types and Interfaces, Section 4.5.13Internet Explorer 9

Members

The SVGLengthList object has these types of members:

Methods

The SVGLengthList object has these methods.

MethodDescription
appendItem

Inserts a new item at the end of the list.

clear

Clears all existing items from the list, which creates an empty list.

getItem

Returns the specified item from a list.

initialize

Clears current items from the list and re-initializes the list to contain the specified item.

insertItemBefore

Inserts a new item into a list at a specified position.

removeItem

Removes an existing item from the list.

replaceItem

Replaces a specified existing item in the list with a specified new item.

 

Properties

The SVGLengthList object has these properties.

PropertyDescription

numberOfItems

Gets or sets the number of items in a list.

 

Standards information

Remarks

Note  In addition to the attributes, properties, events, methods, and styles listed above, SVG elements also inherit core HTML attributes, properties, events, methods, and styles.

You can designate an SVGLengthList object as read-only, so that any attempts to modify the object cause a NoModificationAllowedError exception that is defined during initialization.

Examples

The following code example declares the SVGLengthList object as read-only and identifies the appropriate exceptions to raise.


 
interface SVGLengthList {
  readonly attribute unsigned long numberOfItems;
  void clear() raises(DOMException);
  SVGLength initialize(in SVGLength newItem) raises(DOMException);
  SVGLength getItem(in unsigned long index) raises(DOMException);
  SVGLength insertItemBefore(in SVGLength newItem, in unsigned long index) raises(DOMException);
  SVGLength replaceItem(in SVGLength newItem, in unsigned long index) raises(DOMException);
  SVGLength removeItem(in unsigned long index) raises(DOMException);
  SVGLength appendItem(in SVGLength newItem) raises(DOMException);
};

 

 

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