Qt Reference Documentation

Qt 3 Support Members for QLinkedList

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 find ( iterator from, const T & t )
iterator find ( const T & t )
const_iterator find ( const_iterator from, const T & t ) const
const_iterator find ( const T & t ) const
int findIndex ( const T & t ) const
iterator remove ( iterator pos )

Member Function Documentation

iterator QLinkedList::find ( iterator from, const T & t )

If you need random access to a data structure then QList, QVector, QMap, or QHash, are all better choices than QLinkedList.

For example, if you have code like

 QLinkedList::iterator i = list->find(from, value);

you can rewrite it as

 QLinkedList::iterator i = from;
 while (i != list->end() && *i != value)
     ++i;

iterator QLinkedList::find ( const T & t )

If you need random access to a data structure then QList, QVector, QMap, or QHash, are all better choices than QLinkedList.

For example, if you have code like

 QLinkedList::iterator i = list->find(value);

you can rewrite it as

 QLinkedList::iterator i = list->begin();
 while (i != list->end() && *i != value)
     ++i;

const_iterator QLinkedList::find ( const_iterator from, const T & t ) const

If you need random access to a data structure then QList, QVector, QMap, or QHash, are all better choices than QLinkedList.

For example, if you have code like

 QLinkedList::const_iterator i = list->find(from, value);

you can rewrite it as

 QLinkedList::const_iterator i = from;
 while (i != list->end() && *i != value)
     ++i;

const_iterator QLinkedList::find ( const T & t ) const

If you need random access to a data structure then QList, QVector, QMap, or QHash, are all better choices than QLinkedList.

For example, if you have code like

 QLinkedList::const_iterator i = list->find(value);

you can rewrite it as

 QLinkedList::const_iterator i = list->begin();
 while (i != list->end() && *i != value)
     ++i;

int QLinkedList::findIndex ( const T & t ) const

If you need indexes then QList or QVector are better choices than QLinkedList.

For example, if you have code like

 int index = list->findIndex(value);

you can rewrite it as

 int index = 0;
 bool found = false;
 for (const_iterator i = list->begin(); i != list->end(); ++i; ++index)
     if (*i == value) {
         found = true;
         break;
     }
 if (!found)
     index = -1;

iterator QLinkedList::remove ( iterator pos )

Use erase() instead.

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