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Added InsertRow() and InsertColumn() to Table, see #213

Oliver 4 years ago
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@ -439,7 +439,9 @@ func (t *Table) SetCellSimple(row, column int, text string) *Table {
// GetCell returns the contents of the cell at the specified position. A valid
// TableCell object is always returned but it will be uninitialized if the cell
// was not previously set.
// was not previously set. Such an uninitialized object will not automatically
// be inserted. Therefore, repeated calls to this function may return different
// pointers for uninitialized cells.
func (t *Table) GetCell(row, column int) *TableCell {
if row >= len(t.cells) || column >= len(t.cells[row]) {
return &TableCell{}
@ -472,6 +474,35 @@ func (t *Table) RemoveColumn(column int) *Table {
return t
// InsertRow inserts a row before the row with the given index. Cells on the
// given row and below will be shifted to the bottom by one row. If "row" is
// equal or larger than the current number of rows, this function has no effect.
func (t *Table) InsertRow(row int) *Table {
if row >= len(t.cells) {
return t
t.cells = append(t.cells, nil) // Extend by one.
copy(t.cells[row+1:], t.cells[row:]) // Shift down.
t.cells[row] = nil // New row is uninitialized.
return t
// InsertColumn inserts a column before the column with the given index. Cells
// in the given column and to its right will be shifted to the right by one
// column. Rows that have fewer initialized cells than "column" will remain
// unchanged.
func (t *Table) InsertColumn(column int) *Table {
for row := range t.cells {
if column >= len(t.cells[row]) {
t.cells[row] = append(t.cells[row], nil) // Extend by one.
copy(t.cells[row][column+1:], t.cells[row][column:]) // Shift to the right.
t.cells[row][column] = &TableCell{} // New element is an uninitialized table cell.
return t
// GetRowCount returns the number of rows in the table.
func (t *Table) GetRowCount() int {
return len(t.cells)