QComplexNumber Class


The OPC UA ComplexNumber type. More...

Header: #include <QtOpcUa/qopcuatype.h>
qmake: QT += opcua

Public Functions

QComplexNumber(const QOpcUa::QComplexNumber &)
QComplexNumber(float real, float imaginary)
float imaginary() const
float real() const
void setImaginary(float imaginary)
void setReal(float real)
QVariant operator QVariant() const
QOpcUa::QComplexNumber &operator=(const QOpcUa::QComplexNumber &rhs)
bool operator==(const QOpcUa::QComplexNumber &rhs) const

Detailed Description

The OPC UA ComplexNumber type.

The ComplexNumberType defined in OPC-UA part 8, 5.6.4. It stores a complex number with float precision.

Member Function Documentation


Default constructs an instance of QComplexNumber.

QComplexNumber::QComplexNumber(const QOpcUa::QComplexNumber &)

Default constructs an instance of QComplexNumber.

QComplexNumber::QComplexNumber(float real, float imaginary)

Constructs a complex number with real part real and imaginary part imaginary.


Destroys the instance of QComplexNumber.

float QComplexNumber::imaginary() const

Returns the imaginary part of the complex number.

See also setImaginary().

float QComplexNumber::real() const

Returns the real part of the complex number.

See also setReal().

void QComplexNumber::setImaginary(float imaginary)

Sets the imaginary part of the complex number to imaginary.

See also imaginary().

void QComplexNumber::setReal(float real)

Sets the real part of the complex number to real.

See also real().

QVariant QComplexNumber::operator QVariant() const

Converts this complex number to QVariant.

QOpcUa::QComplexNumber &QComplexNumber::operator=(const QOpcUa::QComplexNumber &rhs)

Sets the values from rhs in this complex number.

bool QComplexNumber::operator==(const QOpcUa::QComplexNumber &rhs) const

Returns true if this complex number has the same value as rhs.

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