QDnsDomainNameRecord Class

The QDnsDomainNameRecord class stores information about a domain name record. More...

Header: #include <QDnsDomainNameRecord>
qmake: QT += network

Public Functions

QDnsDomainNameRecord(const QDnsDomainNameRecord &other)
QString name() const
void swap(QDnsDomainNameRecord &other)
quint32 timeToLive() const
QString value() const
QDnsDomainNameRecord &operator=(QDnsDomainNameRecord &&other)
QDnsDomainNameRecord &operator=(const QDnsDomainNameRecord &other)

Detailed Description

The QDnsDomainNameRecord class stores information about a domain name record.

When performing a name server lookup, zero or more records will be returned. Each record is represented by a QDnsDomainNameRecord instance.

See also QDnsLookup.

Member Function Documentation


Constructs an empty domain name record object.

QDnsDomainNameRecord::QDnsDomainNameRecord(const QDnsDomainNameRecord &other)

Constructs a copy of other.


Destroys a domain name record.

QString QDnsDomainNameRecord::name() const

Returns the name for this record.

void QDnsDomainNameRecord::swap(QDnsDomainNameRecord &other)

Swaps this domain-name record instance with other. This function is very fast and never fails.

quint32 QDnsDomainNameRecord::timeToLive() const

Returns the duration in seconds for which this record is valid.

QString QDnsDomainNameRecord::value() const

Returns the value for this domain name record.

QDnsDomainNameRecord &QDnsDomainNameRecord::operator=(QDnsDomainNameRecord &&other)

Move-assignment operator.

QDnsDomainNameRecord &QDnsDomainNameRecord::operator=(const QDnsDomainNameRecord &other)

Assigns the data of the other object to this record object, and returns a reference to it.

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