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QMetaProperty(3qt)							       QMetaProperty(3qt)

NAME
       QMetaProperty - Stores meta data about a property

SYNOPSIS
       #include <qmetaobject.h>

   Public Members
       const char * type () const
       const char * name () const
       bool writable () const
       bool isSetType () const
       bool isEnumType () const
       QStrList enumKeys () const
       int keyToValue ( const char * key ) const
       const char * valueToKey ( int value ) const
       int keysToValue ( const QStrList & keys ) const
       QStrList valueToKeys ( int value ) const
       bool designable ( QObject * o = 0 ) const
       bool scriptable ( QObject * o = 0 ) const
       bool stored ( QObject * o = 0 ) const
       bool reset ( QObject * o ) const

DESCRIPTION
       The QMetaProperty class stores meta data about a property.

       Property meta data includes type(), name(), and whether a property is writable(),
       designable() and stored().

       The functions isSetType(), isEnumType() and enumKeys() provide further information about a
       property's type. The conversion functions keyToValue(), valueToKey(), keysToValue() and
       valueToKeys() allow conversion between the integer representation of an enumeration or set
       value and its literal representation.

       Actual property values are set and received through QObject's set and get functions. See
       QObject::setProperty() and QObject::property() for details.

       You receive meta property data through an object's meta object. See
       QMetaObject::property() and QMetaObject::propertyNames() for details.

       See also Object Model.

MEMBER FUNCTION DOCUMENTATION
bool QMetaProperty::designable ( QObject * o = 0 ) const
       Returns TRUE if the property is designable for object o; otherwise returns FALSE.

       If no object o is given, the function returns a static approximation.

QStrList QMetaProperty::enumKeys () const
       Returns the possible enumeration keys if this property is an enumeration type (or a set
       type).

       See also isEnumType().

bool QMetaProperty::isEnumType () const
       Returns TRUE if the property's type is an enumeration value; otherwise returns FALSE.

       See also isSetType() and enumKeys().

bool QMetaProperty::isSetType () const
       Returns TRUE if the property's type is an enumeration value that is used as set, i.e. if
       the enumeration values can be OR-ed together; otherwise returns FALSE. A set type is
       implicitly also an enum type.

       See also isEnumType() and enumKeys().

int QMetaProperty::keyToValue ( const char * key ) const
       Converts the enumeration key key to its integer value.

       For set types, use keysToValue().

       See also valueToKey(), isSetType(), and keysToValue().

int QMetaProperty::keysToValue ( const QStrList & keys ) const
       Converts the list of keys keys to their combined (OR-ed) integer value.

       See also isSetType() and valueToKey().

const char * QMetaProperty::name () const
       Returns the name of the property.

bool QMetaProperty::reset ( QObject * o ) const
       Tries to reset the property for object o with a reset method. On success, returns TRUE;
       otherwise returns FALSE.

       Reset methods are optional, usually only a few properties support them.

bool QMetaProperty::scriptable ( QObject * o = 0 ) const
       Returns TRUE if the property is scriptable for object o; otherwise returns FALSE.

       If no object o is given, the function returns a static approximation.

bool QMetaProperty::stored ( QObject * o = 0 ) const
       Returns TRUE if the property shall be stored for object o; otherwise returns FALSE.

       If no object o is given, the function returns a static approximation.

const char * QMetaProperty::type () const
       Returns the type of the property.

const char * QMetaProperty::valueToKey ( int value ) const
       Converts the enumeration value value to its literal key.

       For set types, use valueToKeys().

       See also isSetType() and valueToKeys().

QStrList QMetaProperty::valueToKeys ( int value ) const
       Converts the set value value to a list of keys.

       See also isSetType() and valueToKey().

bool QMetaProperty::writable () const
       Returns TRUE if the property is writable; otherwise returns FALSE.

SEE ALSO
       http://doc.trolltech.com/qmetaproperty.html http://www.trolltech.com/faq/tech.html

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright 1992-2007 Trolltech ASA, http://www.trolltech.com.  See the license file
       included in the distribution for a complete license statement.

AUTHOR
       Generated automatically from the source code.

BUGS
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       http://doc.trolltech.com/bughowto.html.	Good bug reports help us to help you. Thank you.

       The definitive Qt documentation is provided in HTML format; it is located at
       $QTDIR/doc/html and can be read using Qt Assistant or with a web browser. This man page is
       provided as a convenience for those users who prefer man pages, although this format is
       not officially supported by Trolltech.

       If you find errors in this manual page, please report them to qt-bugs@trolltech.com.
       Please include the name of the manual page (qmetaproperty.3qt) and the Qt version (3.3.8).

Trolltech AS				 2 February 2007		       QMetaProperty(3qt)
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