|qmake:||QT += core|
|QItemSelection(const QModelIndex &topLeft, const QModelIndex &bottomRight)|
|bool||contains(const QModelIndex &index) const|
|void||merge(const QItemSelection &other, QItemSelectionModel::SelectionFlags command)|
|void||select(const QModelIndex &topLeft, const QModelIndex &bottomRight)|
|void||split(const QItemSelectionRange &range, const QItemSelectionRange &other, QItemSelection *result)|
The QItemSelection class manages information about selected items in a model.
A QItemSelection describes the items in a model that have been selected by the user. A QItemSelection is basically a list of selection ranges, see QItemSelectionRange. It provides functions for creating and manipulating selections, and selecting a range of items from a model.
An item selection can be constructed and initialized to contain a range of items from an existing model. The following example constructs a selection that contains a range of items from the given
beginning at the
topLeft, and ending at the
QItemSelection *selection = new QItemSelection(topLeft, bottomRight);
An empty item selection can be constructed, and later populated as required. So, if the model is going to be unavailable when we construct the item selection, we can rewrite the above code in the following way:
QItemSelection *selection = new QItemSelection(); ... selection->select(topLeft, bottomRight);
QItemSelection saves memory, and avoids unnecessary work, by working with selection ranges rather than recording the model item index for each item in the selection. Generally, an instance of this class will contain a list of non-overlapping selection ranges.
Constructs an empty selection.
Constructs an item selection that extends from the top-left model item, specified by the topLeft index, to the bottom-right item, specified by bottomRight.
true if the selection contains the given index; otherwise returns
Returns a list of model indexes that correspond to the selected items.
Merges the other selection with this QItemSelection using the command given. This method guarantees that no ranges are overlapping.
See also split().
Adds the items in the range that extends from the top-left model item, specified by the topLeft index, to the bottom-right item, specified by bottomRight to the list.
Note: topLeft and bottomRight must have the same parent.
[static]void QItemSelection::split(const QItemSelectionRange &range, const QItemSelectionRange &other, QItemSelection *result)
Splits the selection range using the selection other range. Removes all items in other from range and puts the result in result. This can be compared with the semantics of the subtract operation of a set.
See also merge().
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