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DeviceParamValueType Property

The type of the value.

Syntax

int GetDeviceParamValueType(int iDeviceParamIndex);
int SetDeviceParamValueType(int iDeviceParamIndex, int iDeviceParamValueType);

Possible Values

VT_OBJECT(0), 
VT_ARRAY(1),
VT_STRING(2),
VT_NUMBER(3),
VT_BOOL(4),
VT_NULL(5),
VT_RAW(6)
INT GetDeviceParamValueType(INT iDeviceParamIndex);
INT SetDeviceParamValueType(INT iDeviceParamIndex, INT iDeviceParamValueType);

Possible Values

VT_OBJECT(0), 
VT_ARRAY(1),
VT_STRING(2),
VT_NUMBER(3),
VT_BOOL(4),
VT_NULL(5),
VT_RAW(6)
- (int)deviceParamValueType:(int)deviceParamIndex;
- (void)setDeviceParamValueType:(int)deviceParamIndex:(int)newDeviceParamValueType;

Possible Values

VT_OBJECT(0), 
VT_ARRAY(1),
VT_STRING(2),
VT_NUMBER(3),
VT_BOOL(4),
VT_NULL(5),
VT_RAW(6)
public func deviceParamValueType(deviceParamIndex: Int32) throws -> ClientDeviceParamValueTypes
public func setDeviceParamValueType(deviceParamIndex: Int32, newDeviceParamValueType: ClientDeviceParamValueTypes) throws -> Void

Possible Values

public enum ClientDeviceParamValueTypes : Int32 {
  case vtObject = 0
  case vtArray = 1
  case vtString = 2
  case vtNumber = 3
  case vtBool = 4
  case vtNull = 5
  case vtRaw = 6
}

Default Value

2

Remarks

The type of the value. Possible values are:

1Array
2String

The size of the array is controlled by the DeviceParamCount property.

This property is not available at design time.

Data Type

Integer

 
 
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