QTiltReading Class

The QTiltReading class holds readings from the tilt sensor. More...

Header: #include <QTiltReading>
qmake: QT += sensors
Since: Qt 5.1
Inherits: QSensorReading

Properties

Public Functions

QTiltReading(QObject *parent = DECLARE_READING(QTiltReading))
virtual ~QTiltReading()
void setXRotation(qreal x)
void setYRotation(qreal y)
qreal xRotation() const
qreal yRotation() const

Reimplemented Public Functions

virtual void copyValuesFrom(QSensorReading *other) override

Static Public Members

const QMetaObject staticMetaObject

Additional Inherited Members

  • 1 public slot inherited from QObject
  • 2 signals inherited from QObject
  • 1 public variable inherited from QObject
  • 9 protected functions inherited from QObject
  • 2 protected variables inherited from QObject

Detailed Description

The QTiltReading class holds readings from the tilt sensor.

The tilt sensor reports the angle of tilt in degrees of the device along the X and Y plane.

Property Documentation

xRotation : const qreal

This property holds the amount of tilt on the X axis.

Access functions:

qreal xRotation() const

yRotation : const qreal

This property holds the amount of tilt on the Y axis.

Access functions:

qreal yRotation() const

Member Function Documentation

QTiltReading::QTiltReading(QObject *parent = DECLARE_READING(QTiltReading))

Default constructs an instance of QTiltReading.

[virtual] QTiltReading::~QTiltReading()

Destroys the instance of QTiltReading. The destructor is virtual.

[override virtual] void QTiltReading::copyValuesFrom(QSensorReading *other)

void QTiltReading::setXRotation(qreal x)

Sets xRotation to x.

See also xRotation().

void QTiltReading::setYRotation(qreal y)

Sets yRotation to y.

See also yRotation().

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