bson_type_t man page

bson_type_t — bson_type_t

BSON Type Enumeration

Synopsis

#include <bson.h>

typedef enum {
   BSON_TYPE_EOD = 0x00,
   BSON_TYPE_DOUBLE = 0x01,
   BSON_TYPE_UTF8 = 0x02,
   BSON_TYPE_DOCUMENT = 0x03,
   BSON_TYPE_ARRAY = 0x04,
   BSON_TYPE_BINARY = 0x05,
   BSON_TYPE_UNDEFINED = 0x06,
   BSON_TYPE_OID = 0x07,
   BSON_TYPE_BOOL = 0x08,
   BSON_TYPE_DATE_TIME = 0x09,
   BSON_TYPE_NULL = 0x0A,
   BSON_TYPE_REGEX = 0x0B,
   BSON_TYPE_DBPOINTER = 0x0C,
   BSON_TYPE_CODE = 0x0D,
   BSON_TYPE_SYMBOL = 0x0E,
   BSON_TYPE_CODEWSCOPE = 0x0F,
   BSON_TYPE_INT32 = 0x10,
   BSON_TYPE_TIMESTAMP = 0x11,
   BSON_TYPE_INT64 = 0x12,
   BSON_TYPE_MAXKEY = 0x7F,
   BSON_TYPE_MINKEY = 0xFF,
} bson_type_t;

Description

The bson_type_t enumeration contains all of the types from the BSON Specification. It can be used to determine the type of a field at runtime.

Example

bson_iter_t iter;

if (bson_iter_init_find (&iter, doc, "foo") &&
    (BSON_TYPE_INT32 == bson_iter_type (&iter))) {
   printf ("'foo' is an int32.\n");
}

Author

MongoDB, Inc

Info

Mar 07, 2017 1.6.1 Libbson