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UtWWWCodec::InvalidString

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Class Overview

This class is used to signal that an improperly www-url-encoded string has been passed to UtWWWCodec::FromWWW. The class contains a copy of the string, future versions of the class may also contain the character position of the invalid encoding.

Inheritance

This class has no ancestors.

Requirements

This class redquires the C++ string class.

Files

  • UtWWWCodec.h
  • UtWWWCodec.cp

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Members by Access

public

InvalidString
(
const std::string& inString
);

InvalidString(
const PowerPlant::LStr255& inString
);

const std::string
String(
void
);

protected

private

std::string
myString;

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Members by Inheritance

statics

This class has no new static methods.

overrides

This class does not override any methods.

new virtuals

This class introduces no new virtual methods.

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Member Descriptions

Data Members

std::string
myString;

This string holds a copy of the invalid string.

InvalidString

This method constructs an InvalidString object.

InvalidString(
const std::string& inString
);

A copy of the argument will be stored in the InvalidString object.

InvalidString(
const PowerPlant::LStr255& inString
);

A copy of the argument will be converted to a C++ string class and stored in the InvalidString object.

String

This method accesses the object's stored string.

const std::string
String(
void
);


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