FromBase64Result Classclass QByteArray::FromBase64Result
This class was introduced in Qt 5.15.
|size_t||qHash(const QByteArray::FromBase64Result &key, size_t seed = 0)|
|bool||operator!=(const FromBase64Result &lhs, const FromBase64Result &rhs)|
|bool||operator==(const FromBase64Result &lhs, const FromBase64Result &rhs)|
Objects of this class can be used to check whether the conversion was successful, and if so, retrieve the decoded QByteArray. The conversion operators defined for QByteArray::FromBase64Result make its usage straightforward:
void process(const QByteArray &); if (auto result = QByteArray::fromBase64Encoding(encodedData)) process(*result);
Alternatively, it is possible to access the conversion status and the decoded data directly:
See also QByteArray::fromBase64.
Member Function Documentation
Returns whether the decoding was successful. This is equivalent to checking whether the
decodingStatus member is equal to QByteArray::Base64DecodingStatus::Ok.
const QByteArray &FromBase64Result::operator*() const
Returns the decoded byte array.
Member Variable Documentation
Contains the decoded byte array.
Contains whether the decoding was successful, expressed as a value of type QByteArray::Base64DecodingStatus.
size_t qHash(const QByteArray::FromBase64Result &key, size_t seed = 0)
Returns the hash value for key, using seed to seed the calculation.
bool operator!=(const FromBase64Result &lhs, const FromBase64Result &rhs)
true if lhs and rhs are different, otherwise returns
bool operator==(const FromBase64Result &lhs, const FromBase64Result &rhs)
true if lhs and rhs are equal, otherwise returns
lhs and rhs are equal if and only if they contain the same decoding status and, if the status is QByteArray::Base64DecodingStatus::Ok, if and only if they contain the same decoded data.
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