QHolsterReading Class

The QHolsterReading class holds readings from the holster sensor. More...

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


Public Functions

QHolsterReading(QObject *parent = DECLARE_READING(QHolsterReading))
virtual ~QHolsterReading()
bool holstered() const
void setHolstered(bool holstered)

Reimplemented Public Functions

virtual void copyValuesFrom(QSensorReading *other) override

Static Public Members

const QMetaObject staticMetaObject
  • 9 static public members inherited from QObject

Additional Inherited Members

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

Detailed Description

The QHolsterReading class holds readings from the holster sensor.

QHolsterReading Units

The holster sensor can detect if a device is holstered or not. A holster is a pocket, similar to a gun holster, specifically made for the device. If the device is inside of this pocket, it is holstered. The holster supports the device in detecting whether the device is holstered or not.

Property Documentation

holstered : const bool

This property holds a value indicating whether the device is holstered.

Access functions:

bool holstered() const

See also QHolsterReading Units.

Member Function Documentation

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

Default constructs an instance of QHolsterReading.

[virtual] QHolsterReading::~QHolsterReading()

Destroys the instance of QHolsterReading. The destructor is virtual.

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

void QHolsterReading::setHolstered(bool holstered)

Sets the holstered value to holstered.

See also holstered().

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