Adds a widget to a table. The number of “cells” that a widget will occupy is specified by left_attach, right_attach, top_attach and bottom_attach. These each represent the leftmost, rightmost, uppermost and lowest column and row numbers of the table. (Columns and rows are indexed from zero).

To make a button occupy the lower right cell of a 2x2 table, use |[ gtk_table_attach (table, button, 1, 2, // left, right attach 1, 2, // top, bottom attach xoptions, yoptions, xpadding, ypadding);

If you want to make the button span the entire bottom row, use `left_attach` == 0 and `right_attach` = 2 instead.

Deprecated: Use [gtk.Grid.Grid.attach|Grid.attach] with [gtk.Grid.Grid|gtk.Grid] Note that the attach
arguments differ between those two functions.

    child = The widget to add.
    leftAttach = the column number to attach the left side of a child widget to.
    rightAttach = the column number to attach the right side of a child widget to.
    topAttach = the row number to attach the top of a child widget to.
    bottomAttach = the row number to attach the bottom of a child widget to.
    xoptions = Used to specify the properties of the child widget when the table is resized.
    yoptions = The same as xoptions, except this field determines behaviour of vertical resizing.
    xpadding = An integer value specifying the padding on the left and right of the widget being added to the table.
    ypadding = The amount of padding above and below the child widget.
  1. void attach(Widget child)
  2. void attach(Widget child, uint leftAttach, uint rightAttach, uint topAttach, uint bottomAttach, GtkAttachOptions xoptions, GtkAttachOptions yoptions, uint xpadding, uint ypadding)