QProximityReading Class

The QProximityReading class represents one reading from the proximity sensor. More...

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

Properties

Public Functions

QProximityReading(QObject *parent = DECLARE_READING(QProximityReading))
virtual ~QProximityReading()
bool close() const
void setClose(bool close)

Reimplemented Public Functions

virtual void copyValuesFrom(QSensorReading *other) override

Additional Inherited Members

  • 1 public slot inherited from QObject
  • 2 signals inherited from QObject
  • 1 public variable inherited from QObject
  • 10 static public members inherited from QObject
  • 9 protected functions inherited from QObject
  • 2 protected variables inherited from QObject

Detailed Description

The QProximityReading class represents one reading from the proximity sensor.

The proximity sensor can only indicate if an object is close or not.

The distance at which an object is considered close is device-specific. This distance may be available in the QSensor::outputRanges property.

Property Documentation

close : const bool

This property holds a value indicating if something is close.

Set to true if something is close. Set to false is nothing is close.

Access functions:

bool close() const

See also QProximityReading_Units.

Member Function Documentation

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

Default constructs an instance of QProximityReading.

[virtual] QProximityReading::~QProximityReading()

Destroys the instance of QProximityReading. The destructor is virtual.

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

void QProximityReading::setClose(bool close)

Sets the close value to close.

See also close().

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