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# Row

 Rowis an object that formats with the arranged in a row, potentially extending over several lines. Rowinserts s as a separator between successive elements.
• Row[list] by default formats the as if they appeared as successive elements in StandardForm input, with no extra space in between.
• The separator s can be any expression. Typical choices include:
 " " a single-space character ", " a comma and space Spacer[w] a spacer w printer's points wide Invisible[expr] space as wide as the expression expr
• When Row extends onto multiple lines, it chooses where to break just like an ordinary Mathematica expression, and inserts indentation on subsequent lines.
• The elements can be strings, graphics, or any other expressions.
• The are arranged so that their baselines or alignment points are aligned.
• The following options can be given:
 Alignment {Left,Baseline} horizontal and vertical alignment of elements Background None what background colors to use BaselinePosition Automatic what to align with a surrounding text baseline BaseStyle {} base style specifications for the row Frame None whether to draw a frame FrameMargins Automatic margins to leave inside the frame FrameStyle Automatic styles to use for frames ImageMargins 0 margins to add outside the display area ImageSize Automatic the overall image size of the displayed row RoundingRadius 0 radius for rounded corners
• TextCell creates a text cell that directly contains strings and styled strings in list.
Include a separator:
 Out[1]=

Include a separator:
 Out[1]=
 Scope   (2)
Row can wrap onto several lines:
Elements appear in StandardForm:
 Options   (11)
Adjust the alignment within the ImageSize:
Change the overall background color:
Align with surrounding text:
Allow editing within the row by default:
Disallow editing within the row:
Frame the entire row:
Add space within the frame:
FrameMargins also applies to the background:
Change the color of the frame:
Add margins around each row:
Leave different margins on each side:
Specify the overall size:
Specifying a small width may force line-wrapping:
Round the corners of a frame:
RoundingRadius also applies to the background:
Allow selecting within the row by default:
Explicitly disallow selecting within the row:
 Applications   (3)
Display a relation:
Create a row of framed objects:
Create a list of countries separated by continents:
FrameMargins and RoundingRadius have no visible effect unless Frame->True:
Use FrameStyle->None to use other options without adding a frame:
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