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Json::ValueIteratorBase Class Reference

base class for Value iterators. More...

#include <json.h>

Inheritance diagram for Json::ValueIteratorBase:
Json::ValueConstIterator Json::ValueIterator

Public Types

typedef std::bidirectional_iterator_tag iterator_category
 
typedef unsigned int size_t
 
typedef int difference_type
 
typedef ValueIteratorBase SelfType
 

Public Member Functions

bool operator== (const SelfType &other) const
 
bool operator!= (const SelfType &other) const
 
difference_type operator- (const SelfType &other) const
 
Value key () const
 
UInt index () const
 Return the index of the referenced Value, or -1 if it is not an arrayValue.
 
std::string name () const
 
char const * memberName () const
 
char const * memberName (char const **end) const
 
 ValueIteratorBase (const Value::ObjectValues::iterator &current)
 

Protected Member Functions

Valuederef () const
 
void increment ()
 
void decrement ()
 
difference_type computeDistance (const SelfType &other) const
 
bool isEqual (const SelfType &other) const
 
void copy (const SelfType &other)
 

Detailed Description

base class for Value iterators.

Member Function Documentation

§ key()

Value Json::ValueIteratorBase::key ( ) const

Return either the index or the member name of the referenced value as a Value.

§ memberName() [1/2]

char const* Json::ValueIteratorBase::memberName ( ) const

Return the member name of the referenced Value. "" if it is not an objectValue.

Deprecated:
This cannot be used for UTF-8 strings, since there can be embedded nulls.

§ memberName() [2/2]

char const* Json::ValueIteratorBase::memberName ( char const **  end) const

Return the member name of the referenced Value, or NULL if it is not an objectValue.

Note
Better version than memberName(). Allows embedded nulls.

§ name()

std::string Json::ValueIteratorBase::name ( ) const

Return the member name of the referenced Value, or "" if it is not an objectValue.

Note
Avoid c_str() on result, as embedded zeroes are possible.

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