class QWebEngineFindTextResult#

The QWebEngineFindTextResult class encapsulates the result of a string search on a page. More

Inheritance diagram of PySide6.QtWebEngineCore.QWebEngineFindTextResult

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Detailed Description#

The string search can be initiated by the findText() or findText() method. The results of the search are highlighted in the view. The details of this result are passed as a QWebEngineFindTextResult object that can be used to show a status message, such as “2 of 2 matches”. For example:

QObject::connect(view.page(), &QWebEnginePage::findTextFinished, [](const QWebEngineFindTextResult &result) {
    qInfo() << result.activeMatch() << "of" << result.numberOfMatches() << "matches";
});

Results are passed to the user in the findTextFinished() and findTextFinished() signals.

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Properties can be used directly when from __feature__ import true_property is used or via accessor functions otherwise.

property activeMatchᅟ: int#

This property holds The index of the currently highlighted match..

Access functions:
property numberOfMatchesᅟ: int#

This property holds The number of matches found..

Access functions:
__init__()#
__init__(other)
Parameters:

otherQWebEngineFindTextResult

activeMatch()#
Return type:

int

Getter of property activeMatchᅟ .

numberOfMatches()#
Return type:

int

Getter of property numberOfMatchesᅟ .