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A path is essentially a potential node.

It is a location on a that may or may not actually talk to a node on a specific model.

A Path can be converted into either an array of unsigned integers or a string. The string form is a list of numbers separated by a colon. Each number refers to the offset at that level. The path "0" refers to the root node and the path "2:6" refers to the fifth child of the third node.

Appends a new index to a path.

As a result, the depth of the path is increased.

replaced by push_back()

index  The index.

Return value: true if descendant is contained inside path.


descendant  Another Gtk::TreePath.
true if descendant is contained inside path.
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