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Horizontal

@Immutable data class Horizontal : Alignment.Horizontal
kotlin.Any
   ↳ androidx.compose.ui.BiasAbsoluteAlignment.Horizontal

An Alignment.Horizontal specified by bias: for example, a bias of -1 represents alignment to the left, a bias of 0 will represent centering, and a bias of 1 will represent right. Any value can be specified to obtain an alignment. Inside the -1,1 range, the obtained alignment will position the aligned size fully inside the available space, while outside the range it will the aligned size will be positioned partially or completely outside.

Summary

Public constructors
<init>(bias: Float)

An Alignment.Horizontal specified by bias: for example, a bias of -1 represents alignment to the left, a bias of 0 will represent centering, and a bias of 1 will represent right.

Public methods
Int
align(size: Int, space: Int, layoutDirection: LayoutDirection)

Returns the position of a 2D point in a container of a given size, according to this BiasAbsoluteAlignment.Horizontal.

Inherited functions

Public constructors

<init>

Horizontal(bias: Float)

An Alignment.Horizontal specified by bias: for example, a bias of -1 represents alignment to the left, a bias of 0 will represent centering, and a bias of 1 will represent right. Any value can be specified to obtain an alignment. Inside the -1,1 range, the obtained alignment will position the aligned size fully inside the available space, while outside the range it will the aligned size will be positioned partially or completely outside.

Public methods

align

fun align(
    size: Int,
    space: Int,
    layoutDirection: LayoutDirection
): Int

Returns the position of a 2D point in a container of a given size, according to this BiasAbsoluteAlignment.Horizontal. This position will not be mirrored in Rtl context.