QXmlAttributes

The QXmlAttributes class provides XML attributes. More

Inheritance diagram of PySide2.QtXml.QXmlAttributes

Synopsis

Functions

Detailed Description

If attributes are reported by startElement() this class is used to pass the attribute values.

Use index() to locate the position of an attribute in the list, count() to retrieve the number of attributes, and clear() to remove the attributes. New attributes can be added with append() . Use type() to get an attribute’s type and value() to get its value. The attribute’s name is available from localName() or qName() , and its namespace URI from uri() .

class PySide2.QtXml.QXmlAttributes

Note

This constructor is deprecated.

PySide2.QtXml.QXmlAttributes(arg__1)

param arg__1

PySide2.QtXml.QXmlAttributes

Constructs an empty attribute list.

PySide2.QtXml.QXmlAttributes.append(qName, uri, localPart, value)
Parameters
  • qName – str

  • uri – str

  • localPart – str

  • value – str

Appends a new attribute entry to the list of attributes. The qualified name of the attribute is qName , the namespace URI is uri and the local name is localPart . The value of the attribute is value .

PySide2.QtXml.QXmlAttributes.clear()

Clears the list of attributes.

See also

append()

PySide2.QtXml.QXmlAttributes.count()
Return type

int

Returns the number of attributes in the list. This function is equivalent to length() .

PySide2.QtXml.QXmlAttributes.index(qName)
Parameters

qName – str

Return type

int

PySide2.QtXml.QXmlAttributes.index(uri, localPart)
Parameters
  • uri – str

  • localPart – str

Return type

int

This is an overloaded function.

Looks up the index of an attribute by a namespace name.

uri specifies the namespace URI, or an empty string if the name has no namespace URI. localPart specifies the attribute’s local name.

Returns the index of the attribute, or -1 if it wasn’t found.

See also

Namespace Support via Features

PySide2.QtXml.QXmlAttributes.length()
Return type

int

Returns the number of attributes in the list.

See also

count()

PySide2.QtXml.QXmlAttributes.localName(index)
Parameters

index – int

Return type

str

Looks up an attribute’s local name for the attribute at position index . If no namespace processing is done, the local name is an empty string.

See also

Namespace Support via Features

PySide2.QtXml.QXmlAttributes.qName(index)
Parameters

index – int

Return type

str

Looks up an attribute’s XML 1.0 qualified name for the attribute at position index .

See also

Namespace Support via Features

PySide2.QtXml.QXmlAttributes.swap(other)
Parameters

otherPySide2.QtXml.QXmlAttributes

Swaps this with other .

PySide2.QtXml.QXmlAttributes.type(qName)
Parameters

qName – str

Return type

str

PySide2.QtXml.QXmlAttributes.type(uri, localName)
Parameters
  • uri – str

  • localName – str

Return type

str

This is an overloaded function.

Looks up an attribute’s type by namespace name.

uri specifies the namespace URI and localName specifies the local name. If the name has no namespace URI, use an empty string for uri .

Currently only “CDATA” is returned.

PySide2.QtXml.QXmlAttributes.type(index)
Parameters

index – int

Return type

str

Looks up an attribute’s type for the attribute at position index .

Currently only “CDATA” is returned.

PySide2.QtXml.QXmlAttributes.uri(index)
Parameters

index – int

Return type

str

Looks up an attribute’s namespace URI for the attribute at position index . If no namespace processing is done or if the attribute has no namespace, the namespace URI is an empty string.

See also

Namespace Support via Features

PySide2.QtXml.QXmlAttributes.value(qName)
Parameters

qName – str

Return type

str

PySide2.QtXml.QXmlAttributes.value(uri, localName)
Parameters
  • uri – str

  • localName – str

Return type

str

This is an overloaded function.

Returns an attribute’s value by namespace name.

uri specifies the namespace URI, or an empty string if the name has no namespace URI. localName specifies the attribute’s local name.

PySide2.QtXml.QXmlAttributes.value(index)
Parameters

index – int

Return type

str

Returns an attribute’s value for the attribute at position index . The index must be a valid position (i.e., 0 <= index < count() ).