QKnx8BitSet Class

The QKnx8BitSet class is a datapoint type with binary-coded values in all fields. More...

Header: #include <QKnx8BitSet>
qmake: QT += knx
Inherits: QKnxFixedSizeDatapointType
Inherited By:

QKnxDeviceControl and QKnxGeneralStatus

Public Functions

QKnx8BitSet()
QKnx8BitSet(quint8 value)
bool bit(int index) const
quint8 byte() const
void setBit(bool value, int index)
bool setByte(quint8 value)

Reimplemented Public Functions

virtual bool isValid() const override

Protected Functions

QKnx8BitSet(int subType, quint8 value)

Additional Inherited Members

Detailed Description

The QKnx8BitSet class is a datapoint type with binary-coded values in all fields.

This is a fixed size datapoint type with the length of 1 byte and the 8-bit set.

The possible values are: No bits set (0x00) and All bits set (0xff).

See also QKnxDatapointType and Qt KNX Datapoint Type Classes.

Member Function Documentation

QKnx8BitSet::QKnx8BitSet()

Creates a fixed size datapoint type with the 8-bit set to 0.

QKnx8BitSet::QKnx8BitSet(quint8 value)

Creates a fixed size datapoint type with the value value.

[protected] QKnx8BitSet::QKnx8BitSet(int subType, quint8 value)

Creates a fixed size datapoint with the subtype subType and the value value.

bool QKnx8BitSet::bit(int index) const

Returns true if the bit at index is set, false otherwise.

See also setBit().

quint8 QKnx8BitSet::byte() const

Creates a fixed size datapoint type with the value set to 0.

See also setByte().

[override virtual] bool QKnx8BitSet::isValid() const

Reimplemented from QKnxDatapointType::isValid().

void QKnx8BitSet::setBit(bool value, int index)

Sets the bit at index to value.

See also bit().

bool QKnx8BitSet::setByte(quint8 value)

Sets the value of the datapoint type to value.

Returns true if the value was set; otherwise returns false.

See also byte().

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