QML Basic Types
QML has a set of primitive types, as listed below, that are used throughout the QML Elements.
Type has all the properties of QAction
A boolean is a binary true/false value
A color is a standard color name in quotes
A date is specified as "YYYY-MM-DD"
A double number has a decimal point and is stored in double precision
An enumeration type consists of a set of named values
A font type has the properties of a QFont
An integer is a whole number, e.g. 0, 10, or -20
A list of objects
A point type has x and y attributes
A real number has a decimal point, e.g. 1.2 or -29.8
A rect type has x, y, width and height attributes
A size type has width and height attributes
A string is a free form text in quotes, e.g. "Hello world!"
A time is specified as "hh:mm:ss"
A URL is a resource locator, like a file name
A variant type is a generic property type
A vector3d type has x, y, and z attributes
To create additional types, such as data types created in C++, read the Extending QML Functionalities using C++ article.
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