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Qt 3 Support Members for QStringList

The following class members are part of the Qt 3 support layer. They are provided to help you port old code to Qt 4. We advise against using them in new code.

Public Functions

Iterator fromLast ()
ConstIterator fromLast () const
QStringList grep ( const QString & str, bool cs = true ) const
QStringList grep ( const QRegExp & rx ) const
QStringList & gres ( const QRegExp & rx, const QString & after )
QStringList & gres ( const QString & before, const QString & after, bool cs = true )

Static Public Members

QStringList split ( const QRegExp & sep, const QString & str, bool allowEmptyEntries = false )
QStringList split ( const QChar & sep, const QString & str, bool allowEmptyEntries = false )
QStringList split ( const QString & sep, const QString & str, bool allowEmptyEntries = false )

Member Function Documentation

Iterator QStringList::fromLast ()

Use end() instead.

For example, if you have code like

 QStringList::Iterator i = list.fromLast();

you can rewrite it as

 QStringList::Iterator i = list.isEmpty() ? list.end() : --list.end();

ConstIterator QStringList::fromLast () const

Use end() instead.

For example, if you have code like

 QStringList::ConstIterator i = list.fromLast();

you can rewrite it as

 QStringList::ConstIterator i = list.isEmpty() ? list.end() : --list.end();

QStringList QStringList::grep ( const QString & str, bool cs = true ) const

Use filter() instead.

QStringList QStringList::grep ( const QRegExp & rx ) const

Use filter() instead.

QStringList & QStringList::gres ( const QRegExp & rx, const QString & after )

Use replaceInStrings() instead.

QStringList & QStringList::gres ( const QString & before, const QString & after, bool cs = true )

Use replaceInStrings() instead.

QStringList QStringList::split ( const QRegExp & sep, const QString & str, bool allowEmptyEntries = false )   [static]

Use QString::split(sep, QString::SkipEmptyParts) or QString::split(sep, QString::KeepEmptyParts) instead.

Be aware that the QString::split()'s return value is a QStringList that always contains at least one element, even if str is empty.

See also join() and QString::section().

QStringList QStringList::split ( const QChar & sep, const QString & str, bool allowEmptyEntries = false )   [static]

This is an overloaded function.

This version of the function uses a QChar as separator.

See also join() and QString::section().

QStringList QStringList::split ( const QString & sep, const QString & str, bool allowEmptyEntries = false )   [static]

This is an overloaded function.

This version of the function uses a QString as separator.

See also join() and QString::section().


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