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QAsciiDictIterator(3qt) 						  QAsciiDictIterator(3qt)

NAME
       QAsciiDictIterator - Iterator for QAsciiDict collections

SYNOPSIS
       #include <qasciidict.h>

   Public Members
       QAsciiDictIterator ( const QAsciiDict<type> & dict )
       ~QAsciiDictIterator ()
       uint count () const
       bool isEmpty () const
       type * toFirst ()
       operator type * () const
       type * current () const
       const char * currentKey () const
       type * operator() ()
       type * operator++ ()
       type * operator+= ( uint jump )

DESCRIPTION
       The QAsciiDictIterator class provides an iterator for QAsciiDict collections.

       QAsciiDictIterator is implemented as a template class. Define a template instance
       QAsciiDictIterator<X> to create a dictionary iterator that operates on QAsciiDict<X>
       (dictionary of X*).

       Example:

	   QAsciiDict<QLineEdit> fields;
	   fields.insert( "forename", new QLineEdit( this ) );
	   fields.insert( "surname", new QLineEdit( this ) );
	   fields.insert( "age", new QLineEdit( this ) );
	   fields["forename"]->setText( "Homer" );
	   fields["surname"]->setText( "Simpson" );
	   fields["age"]->setText( "45" );
	   QAsciiDictIterator<QLineEdit> it( fields );
	   for( ; it.current(); ++it )
	       cout << it.currentKey() << ": " << it.current()->text() << endl;
	   cout << endl;
	   // Output (random order):
	   //  age: 45
	   //  surname: Simpson
	   //  forename: Homer
       In the example we insert some line edits into a dictionary, then iterate over the
       dictionary printing the strings associated with those line edits.

       Note that the traversal order is arbitrary; you are not guaranteed any particular order.

       Multiple iterators may independently traverse the same dictionary. A QAsciiDict knows
       about all the iterators that are operating on the dictionary. When an item is removed from
       the dictionary, QAsciiDict updates all the iterators that are referring to the removed
       item to point to the next item in the (arbitrary) traversal order.

       See also QAsciiDict, Collection Classes, and Non-GUI Classes.

MEMBER FUNCTION DOCUMENTATION
QAsciiDictIterator::QAsciiDictIterator ( const QAsciiDict<type> & dict )
       Constructs an iterator for dict. The current iterator item is set to point on the first
       item in the dict.

QAsciiDictIterator::~QAsciiDictIterator ()
       Destroys the iterator.

uint QAsciiDictIterator::count () const
       Returns the number of items in the dictionary this iterator operates over.

       See also isEmpty().

type * QAsciiDictIterator::current () const
       Returns a pointer to the current iterator item.

const char * QAsciiDictIterator::currentKey () const
       Returns a pointer to the key for the current iterator item.

bool QAsciiDictIterator::isEmpty () const
       Returns TRUE if the dictionary is empty, i.e. count() == 0, otherwise returns FALSE.

       See also count().

QAsciiDictIterator::operator type * () const
       Cast operator. Returns a pointer to the current iterator item. Same as current().

type * QAsciiDictIterator::operator() ()
       Makes the succeeding item current and returns the original current item.

       If the current iterator item was the last item in the dictionary or if it was 0, 0 is
       returned.

type * QAsciiDictIterator::operator++ ()
       Prefix ++ makes the succeeding item current and returns the new current item.

       If the current iterator item was the last item in the dictionary or if it was 0, 0 is
       returned.

type * QAsciiDictIterator::operator+= ( uint jump )
       Sets the current item to the item jump positions after the current item, and returns a
       pointer to that item.

       If that item is beyond the last item or if the dictionary is empty, it sets the current
       item to 0 and returns 0.

type * QAsciiDictIterator::toFirst ()
       Sets the current iterator item to point to the first item in the dictionary and returns a
       pointer to the item. If the dictionary is empty it sets the current item to 0 and returns
       0.

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

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright 1992-2001 Trolltech AS, 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
       If you find a bug in Qt, please report it as described in
       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 (qasciidictiterator.3qt) and the Qt version
       (3.1.1).

Trolltech AS				 9 December 2002		  QAsciiDictIterator(3qt)


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