|qmake:||QT += xml|
Note: All functions in this class are reentrant.
|QDomProcessingInstruction(const QDomProcessingInstruction &x)|
|void||setData(const QString &d)|
|QDomProcessingInstruction &||operator=(const QDomProcessingInstruction &x)|
- 65 public functions inherited from QDomNode
The QDomProcessingInstruction class represents an XML processing instruction.
Processing instructions are used in XML to keep processor-specific information in the text of the document.
The XML declaration that appears at the top of an XML document, typically
<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?>, is treated by QDom as a processing instruction. This is unfortunate, since the XML declaration is not a processing instruction; among other differences, it cannot be inserted into a document anywhere but on the first line.
Do not use this function to create an xml declaration, since although it has the same syntax as a processing instruction, it isn't, and might not be treated by QDom as such.
Member Function Documentation
Constructs an empty processing instruction. Use QDomDocument::createProcessingInstruction() to create a processing instruction with content.
QDomProcessingInstruction::QDomProcessingInstruction(const QDomProcessingInstruction &x)
Constructs a copy of x.
The data of the copy is shared (shallow copy): modifying one node will also change the other. If you want to make a deep copy, use cloneNode().
QString QDomProcessingInstruction::data() const
Returns the content of this processing instruction.
QDomNode::NodeType QDomProcessingInstruction::nodeType() const
void QDomProcessingInstruction::setData(const QString &d)
Sets the data contained in the processing instruction to d.
See also data().
QString QDomProcessingInstruction::target() const
Returns the target of this processing instruction.
See also data().
QDomProcessingInstruction &QDomProcessingInstruction::operator=(const QDomProcessingInstruction &x)
Assigns x to this processing instruction.
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