void QML Basic Type

The empty value type. More...

The void type is exclusively used to type-annotate JavaScript functions returning undefined. For example:

function doThings() : void { console.log("hello") }

This is to help tooling analyze calls to such functions and compile them and their callers to C++.

You cannot declare void properties in QML.

See also QML Value Types.

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