- ~TWindow
- Open
- Close
- Show
- Hide
- Enable
- Disable
- CreateInterest
- MoveWindowTo
- MoveWindowBy
- SetWindowSize
- GetWindowSize
- SetResizeLimits
- GetResizeLimits
- operator=
- operator>>=
- operator<<=
- TWindow
- HandleShow
- HandleHide
- HandleOpen
- HandleClose
- HandleEnable
- HandleDisable
- HandleHilite
- SetWindowSizeAndLocation
- GetWindowLocation
- IsHilited
- Hilite
- IsEnabled
- SetEnabled
- GetVisibility
- SetVisibility
- IsShown
- IsOpen

- Takes no parameters.

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- Takes no parameters.

- const TToken & theChange -The window event in which the caller is interested.

- const TGPoint & -The new location for the upper left corner of the window. This point is specified in the parent view's coordinate system.

- const TGPoint & -The delta X and delta Y values by which to move the window. These values are specified in the parent view's coordinate system.

- const TGPoint & -The new width and height for the window's bounding box. The X coordinate of the point is the width, and the Y coordinate of the point is the height.

- Takes no parameters.

- virtual void SetResizeLimits (const TGPoint & minSize, const TGPoint & maxSize)
- virtual void SetResizeLimits (const TGRect &)

- You can call this function directly.
- You can call this function directly.

- const TGPoint & minSize -The minimum allowable size for the window's bounding box. The X coordinate of this point represents the smallest width and the Y coordinate of this point represents the smallest height.
- const TGPoint & maxSize -The maximum allowable size for the window's bounding box. The X coordinate of this point represents the largest width and the Y coordinate of this point represents the largest height.
- const TGRect & -The minimum and maximum allowable sizes for the window's bounding box. The top left point specifies the minimum resize limit and the bottom right point specifies the maximum resize limit.

- You can call this function directly.
- You can call this function directly.

- TGPoint & minSize -The minimum allowable size for the window's bounding box as returned by this function. The X coordinate of this point represents the smallest width and the Y coordinate of this point represents the smallest height.
- TGPoint & maxSize -The maximum allowable size for the window's bounding box as returned by this function. The X coordinate of this point represents the largest width and the Y coordinate of this point represents the largest height.
- Takes no parameters.

- Returns a TGRect that is the minimum and maximum allowable sizes for the window's bounding box as returned by this function. The top left point specifies the minimum resize limit and the bottom right point specifies the maximum resize limit.

- const TWindow & -The window to be copied.

- TStream & towhere -The stream to which the object streams itself out.

- TStream & fromwhere -The stream from which the object streams itself in.

- Takes no parameters.

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- bool hilite -Indicates whether to highlight or unhighlight the window.

- const TGPoint & desired size -The new width and height for the window's bounding box. The X coordinate of the point is the width, and the Y coordinate of the point is the height.
- const TGPoint & location -The new location for the upper left corner of the window. This point is specified in the parent view's coordinate system.

- Takes no parameters.

- Takes no parameters.

- bool hilite =true -Highlight the window (if true), or unhighlight the window (if false).

- Takes no parameters.

- bool enabled -The flag indicating whether to enable or disable this window--true enables the window; false disables it.

- Takes no parameters.

- bool visible -The flag indicating whether this window should become visible or invisible--true makes the window visible; false makes it invisible.

- Takes no parameters.

- Takes no parameters.

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