qsize.3qt man page

QSize — Defines the size of a two-dimensional object

Synopsis

#include <qsize.h>

Public Members

enum ScaleMode { ScaleFree, ScaleMin, ScaleMax }

QSize ()

QSize ( int w, int h )

bool isNull () const

bool isEmpty () const

bool isValid () const

int width () const

int height () const

void setWidth ( int w )

void setHeight ( int h )

void transpose ()

void scale ( int w, int h, ScaleMode mode )

void scale ( const QSize & s, ScaleMode mode )

QSize expandedTo ( const QSize & otherSize ) const

QSize boundedTo ( const QSize & otherSize ) const

QCOORD & rwidth ()

QCOORD & rheight ()

QSize & operator+= ( const QSize & s )

QSize & operator-= ( const QSize & s )

QSize & operator*= ( int c )

QSize & operator*= ( double c )

QSize & operator/= ( int c )

QSize & operator/= ( double c )

Description

The QSize class defines the size of a two-dimensional object.

A size is specified by a width and a height.

The coordinate type is QCOORD (defined in <qwindowdefs.h> as int). The minimum value of QCOORD is QCOORD_MIN (-2147483648) and the maximum value is QCOORD_MAX (2147483647).

The size can be set in the constructor and changed with setWidth() and setHeight(), or using operator+=(), operator-=(), operator*=() and operator/=(), etc. You can swap the width and height with transpose(). You can get a size which holds the maximum height and width of two sizes using expandedTo(), and the minimum height and width of two sizes using boundedTo().

See also QPoint, QRect, Graphics Classes, and Image Processing Classes.

Member Type Documentation

QSize::ScaleMode

This enum type defines the different ways of scaling a size.

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QSize::ScaleFree - The size is scaled freely. The ratio is not preserved.

QSize::ScaleMin - The size is scaled to a rectangle as large as possible inside a given rectangle, preserving the aspect ratio.

QSize::ScaleMax - The size is scaled to a rectangle as small as possible outside a given rectangle, preserving the aspect ratio.

See also QSize::scale(), QImage::scale(), and QImage::smoothScale().

QSize::QSize ()

Constructs a size with invalid (negative) width and height.

QSize::QSize ( int w, int h )

Constructs a size with width w and height h.

QSize QSize::boundedTo ( const QSize & otherSize ) const

Returns a size with the minimum width and height of this size and otherSize.

QSize QSize::expandedTo ( const QSize & otherSize ) const

Returns a size with the maximum width and height of this size and otherSize.

Examples:

int QSize::height () const

Returns the height.

See also width().

Examples:

bool QSize::isEmpty () const

Returns TRUE if the width is less than or equal to 0, or the height is less than or equal to 0; otherwise returns FALSE.

bool QSize::isNull () const

Returns TRUE if the width is 0 and the height is 0; otherwise returns FALSE.

bool QSize::isValid () const

Returns TRUE if the width is equal to or greater than 0 and the height is equal to or greater than 0; otherwise returns FALSE.

QSize & QSize::operator*= ( int c )

Multiplies both the width and height by c and returns a reference to the size.

QSize & QSize::operator*= ( double c )

This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It behaves essentially like the above function.

Multiplies both the width and height by c and returns a reference to the size.

Note that the result is truncated.

QSize & QSize::operator+= ( const QSize & s )

Adds s to the size and returns a reference to this size.

Example:

QSize s(  3, 7 );

QSize r( -1, 4 );

s += r;                     // s becomes (2,11)

QSize & QSize::operator-= ( const QSize & s )

Subtracts s from the size and returns a reference to this size.

Example:

QSize s(  3, 7 );

QSize r( -1, 4 );

s -= r;                     // s becomes (4,3)

QSize & QSize::operator/= ( int c )

Divides both the width and height by c and returns a reference to the size.

QSize & QSize::operator/= ( double c )

This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It behaves essentially like the above function.

Divides both the width and height by c and returns a reference to the size.

Note that the result is truncated.

QCOORD & QSize::rheight ()

Returns a reference to the height.

Using a reference makes it possible to directly manipulate the height.

Example:

QSize s( 100, 10 );

s.rheight() += 5;           // s becomes (100,15)

See also rwidth().

QCOORD & QSize::rwidth ()

Returns a reference to the width.

Using a reference makes it possible to directly manipulate the width.

Example:

QSize s( 100, 10 );

s.rwidth() += 20;           // s becomes (120,10)

See also rheight().

void QSize::scale ( int w, int h, ScaleMode mode )

Scales the size to a rectangle of width w and height h according to the ScaleMode mode.

If mode is ScaleFree, the size is set to (w, h).

If mode is ScaleMin, the current size is scaled to a rectangle as large as possible inside (w, h), preserving the aspect ratio.

If mode is ScaleMax, the current size is scaled to a rectangle as small as possible outside (w, h), preserving the aspect ratio.

Example:

QSize t1( 10, 12 );

t1.scale( 60, 60, QSize::ScaleFree );

// t1 is (60, 60)

QSize t2( 10, 12 );

t2.scale( 60, 60, QSize::ScaleMin );

// t2 is (50, 60)

QSize t3( 10, 12 );

t3.scale( 60, 60, QSize::ScaleMax );

// t3 is (60, 72)

void QSize::scale ( const QSize & s, ScaleMode mode )

This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It behaves essentially like the above function.

Equivalent to scale(s.width(), s.height(), mode).

void QSize::setHeight ( int h )

Sets the height to h.

See also height() and setWidth().

void QSize::setWidth ( int w )

Sets the width to w.

See also width() and setHeight().

void QSize::transpose ()

Swaps the values of width and height.

int QSize::width () const

Returns the width.

See also height().

Examples:

bool operator!= ( const QSize & s1, const QSize & s2 )

Returns TRUE if s1 and s2 are different; otherwise returns FALSE.

const QSize operator* ( const QSize & s, int c )

Multiplies s by c and returns the result.

const QSize operator* ( int c, const QSize & s )

This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It behaves essentially like the above function.

Multiplies s by c and returns the result.

const QSize operator* ( const QSize & s, double c )

This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It behaves essentially like the above function.

Multiplies s by c and returns the result.

const QSize operator* ( double c, const QSize & s )

This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It behaves essentially like the above function.

Multiplies s by c and returns the result.

const QSize operator+ ( const QSize & s1, const QSize & s2 )

Returns the sum of s1 and s2; each component is added separately.

const QSize operator- ( const QSize & s1, const QSize & s2 )

Returns s2 subtracted from s1; each component is subtracted separately.

const QSize operator/ ( const QSize & s, int c )

Divides s by c and returns the result.

const QSize operator/ ( const QSize & s, double c )

This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It behaves essentially like the above function.

Divides s by c and returns the result.

Note that the result is truncated.

QDataStream & operator<< ( QDataStream & s, const QSize & sz )

Writes the size sz to the stream s and returns a reference to the stream.

See also Format of the QDataStream operators.

bool operator== ( const QSize & s1, const QSize & s2 )

Returns TRUE if s1 and s2 are equal; otherwise returns FALSE.

QDataStream & operator>> ( QDataStream & s, QSize & sz )

Reads the size from the stream s into size sz and returns a reference to the stream.

See also Format of the QDataStream operators.

See Also

http://doc.trolltech.com/qsize.html http://www.trolltech.com/faq/tech.html

Author

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Referenced By

QSize.3qt(3) is an alias of qsize.3qt(3).

2 February 2007 Trolltech AS