Source code for docx.table

# encoding: utf-8

The |Table| object and related proxy classes.

from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function, unicode_literals

from .blkcntnr import BlockItemContainer
from import WD_STYLE_TYPE
from .oxml.simpletypes import ST_Merge
from .shared import Inches, lazyproperty, Parented

[docs]class Table(Parented): """ Proxy class for a WordprocessingML ``<w:tbl>`` element. """ def __init__(self, tbl, parent): super(Table, self).__init__(parent) self._element = self._tbl = tbl
[docs] def add_column(self, width): """ Return a |_Column| object of *width*, newly added rightmost to the table. """ tblGrid = self._tbl.tblGrid gridCol = tblGrid.add_gridCol() gridCol.w = width for tr in self._tbl.tr_lst: tc = tr.add_tc() tc.width = width return _Column(gridCol, self)
[docs] def add_row(self): """ Return a |_Row| instance, newly added bottom-most to the table. """ tbl = self._tbl tr = tbl.add_tr() for gridCol in tbl.tblGrid.gridCol_lst: tc = tr.add_tc() tc.width = gridCol.w return _Row(tr, self)
@property def alignment(self): """ Read/write. A member of :ref:`WdRowAlignment` or None, specifying the positioning of this table between the page margins. |None| if no setting is specified, causing the effective value to be inherited from the style hierarchy. """ return self._tblPr.alignment @alignment.setter def alignment(self, value): self._tblPr.alignment = value @property def autofit(self): """ |True| if column widths can be automatically adjusted to improve the fit of cell contents. |False| if table layout is fixed. Column widths are adjusted in either case if total column width exceeds page width. Read/write boolean. """ return self._tblPr.autofit @autofit.setter def autofit(self, value): self._tblPr.autofit = value
[docs] def cell(self, row_idx, col_idx): """ Return |_Cell| instance correponding to table cell at *row_idx*, *col_idx* intersection, where (0, 0) is the top, left-most cell. """ cell_idx = col_idx + (row_idx * self._column_count) return self._cells[cell_idx]
[docs] def column_cells(self, column_idx): """ Sequence of cells in the column at *column_idx* in this table. """ cells = self._cells idxs = range(column_idx, len(cells), self._column_count) return [cells[idx] for idx in idxs]
@lazyproperty def columns(self): """ |_Columns| instance representing the sequence of columns in this table. """ return _Columns(self._tbl, self)
[docs] def row_cells(self, row_idx): """ Sequence of cells in the row at *row_idx* in this table. """ column_count = self._column_count start = row_idx * column_count end = start + column_count return self._cells[start:end]
@lazyproperty def rows(self): """ |_Rows| instance containing the sequence of rows in this table. """ return _Rows(self._tbl, self) @property def style(self): """ Read/write. A |_TableStyle| object representing the style applied to this table. The default table style for the document (often `Normal Table`) is returned if the table has no directly-applied style. Assigning |None| to this property removes any directly-applied table style causing it to inherit the default table style of the document. Note that the style name of a table style differs slightly from that displayed in the user interface; a hyphen, if it appears, must be removed. For example, `Light Shading - Accent 1` becomes `Light Shading Accent 1`. """ style_id = self._tbl.tblStyle_val return self.part.get_style(style_id, WD_STYLE_TYPE.TABLE) @style.setter def style(self, style_or_name): style_id = self.part.get_style_id( style_or_name, WD_STYLE_TYPE.TABLE ) self._tbl.tblStyle_val = style_id @property def table(self): """ Provide child objects with reference to the |Table| object they belong to, without them having to know their direct parent is a |Table| object. This is the terminus of a series of `parent._table` calls from an arbitrary child through its ancestors. """ return self @property def table_direction(self): """ A member of :ref:`WdTableDirection` indicating the direction in which the table cells are ordered, e.g. `WD_TABLE_DIRECTION.LTR`. |None| indicates the value is inherited from the style hierarchy. """ return self._element.bidiVisual_val @table_direction.setter def table_direction(self, value): self._element.bidiVisual_val = value @property def _cells(self): """ A sequence of |_Cell| objects, one for each cell of the layout grid. If the table contains a span, one or more |_Cell| object references are repeated. """ col_count = self._column_count cells = [] for tc in self._tbl.iter_tcs(): for grid_span_idx in range(tc.grid_span): if tc.vMerge == ST_Merge.CONTINUE: cells.append(cells[-col_count]) elif grid_span_idx > 0: cells.append(cells[-1]) else: cells.append(_Cell(tc, self)) return cells @property def _column_count(self): """ The number of grid columns in this table. """ return self._tbl.col_count @property def _tblPr(self): return self._tbl.tblPr
[docs]class _Cell(BlockItemContainer): """Table cell""" def __init__(self, tc, parent): super(_Cell, self).__init__(tc, parent) self._tc = self._element = tc
[docs] def add_paragraph(self, text='', style=None): """ Return a paragraph newly added to the end of the content in this cell. If present, *text* is added to the paragraph in a single run. If specified, the paragraph style *style* is applied. If *style* is not specified or is |None|, the result is as though the 'Normal' style was applied. Note that the formatting of text in a cell can be influenced by the table style. *text* can contain tab (``\\t``) characters, which are converted to the appropriate XML form for a tab. *text* can also include newline (``\\n``) or carriage return (``\\r``) characters, each of which is converted to a line break. """ return super(_Cell, self).add_paragraph(text, style)
[docs] def add_table(self, rows, cols): """ Return a table newly added to this cell after any existing cell content, having *rows* rows and *cols* columns. An empty paragraph is added after the table because Word requires a paragraph element as the last element in every cell. """ width = self.width if self.width is not None else Inches(1) table = super(_Cell, self).add_table(rows, cols, width) self.add_paragraph() return table
[docs] def merge(self, other_cell): """ Return a merged cell created by spanning the rectangular region having this cell and *other_cell* as diagonal corners. Raises |InvalidSpanError| if the cells do not define a rectangular region. """ tc, tc_2 = self._tc, other_cell._tc merged_tc = tc.merge(tc_2) return _Cell(merged_tc, self._parent)
@property def paragraphs(self): """ List of paragraphs in the cell. A table cell is required to contain at least one block-level element and end with a paragraph. By default, a new cell contains a single paragraph. Read-only """ return super(_Cell, self).paragraphs @property def tables(self): """ List of tables in the cell, in the order they appear. Read-only. """ return super(_Cell, self).tables @property def text(self): """ The entire contents of this cell as a string of text. Assigning a string to this property replaces all existing content with a single paragraph containing the assigned text in a single run. """ return '\n'.join(p.text for p in self.paragraphs) @text.setter def text(self, text): """ Write-only. Set entire contents of cell to the string *text*. Any existing content or revisions are replaced. """ tc = self._tc tc.clear_content() p = tc.add_p() r = p.add_r() r.text = text @property def vertical_alignment(self): """Member of :ref:`WdCellVerticalAlignment` or None. A value of |None| indicates vertical alignment for this cell is inherited. Assigning |None| causes any explicitly defined vertical alignment to be removed, restoring inheritance. """ tcPr = self._element.tcPr if tcPr is None: return None return tcPr.vAlign_val @vertical_alignment.setter def vertical_alignment(self, value): tcPr = self._element.get_or_add_tcPr() tcPr.vAlign_val = value @property def width(self): """ The width of this cell in EMU, or |None| if no explicit width is set. """ return self._tc.width @width.setter def width(self, value): self._tc.width = value
[docs]class _Column(Parented): """ Table column """ def __init__(self, gridCol, parent): super(_Column, self).__init__(parent) self._gridCol = gridCol @property def cells(self): """ Sequence of |_Cell| instances corresponding to cells in this column. """ return tuple(self.table.column_cells(self._index)) @property def table(self): """ Reference to the |Table| object this column belongs to. """ return self._parent.table @property def width(self): """ The width of this column in EMU, or |None| if no explicit width is set. """ return self._gridCol.w @width.setter def width(self, value): self._gridCol.w = value @property def _index(self): """ Index of this column in its table, starting from zero. """ return self._gridCol.gridCol_idx
[docs]class _Columns(Parented): """ Sequence of |_Column| instances corresponding to the columns in a table. Supports ``len()``, iteration and indexed access. """ def __init__(self, tbl, parent): super(_Columns, self).__init__(parent) self._tbl = tbl def __getitem__(self, idx): """ Provide indexed access, e.g. 'columns[0]' """ try: gridCol = self._gridCol_lst[idx] except IndexError: msg = "column index [%d] is out of range" % idx raise IndexError(msg) return _Column(gridCol, self) def __iter__(self): for gridCol in self._gridCol_lst: yield _Column(gridCol, self) def __len__(self): return len(self._gridCol_lst) @property def table(self): """ Reference to the |Table| object this column collection belongs to. """ return self._parent.table @property def _gridCol_lst(self): """ Sequence containing ``<w:gridCol>`` elements for this table, each representing a table column. """ tblGrid = self._tbl.tblGrid return tblGrid.gridCol_lst
[docs]class _Row(Parented): """ Table row """ def __init__(self, tr, parent): super(_Row, self).__init__(parent) self._tr = self._element = tr @property def cells(self): """ Sequence of |_Cell| instances corresponding to cells in this row. """ return tuple(self.table.row_cells(self._index)) @property def height(self): """ Return a |Length| object representing the height of this cell, or |None| if no explicit height is set. """ return self._tr.trHeight_val @height.setter def height(self, value): self._tr.trHeight_val = value @property def height_rule(self): """ Return the height rule of this cell as a member of the :ref:`WdRowHeightRule` enumeration, or |None| if no explicit height_rule is set. """ return self._tr.trHeight_hRule @height_rule.setter def height_rule(self, value): self._tr.trHeight_hRule = value @property def table(self): """ Reference to the |Table| object this row belongs to. """ return self._parent.table @property def _index(self): """ Index of this row in its table, starting from zero. """ return self._tr.tr_idx
[docs]class _Rows(Parented): """ Sequence of |_Row| objects corresponding to the rows in a table. Supports ``len()``, iteration, indexed access, and slicing. """ def __init__(self, tbl, parent): super(_Rows, self).__init__(parent) self._tbl = tbl def __getitem__(self, idx): """ Provide indexed access, (e.g. 'rows[0]') """ return list(self)[idx] def __iter__(self): return (_Row(tr, self) for tr in self._tbl.tr_lst) def __len__(self): return len(self._tbl.tr_lst) @property def table(self): """ Reference to the |Table| object this row collection belongs to. """ return self._parent.table