The QQueue class is a generic container that provides a queue. More...

 #include <QQueue>

Inherits: QList<T>.

Note: All functions in this class are reentrant.

Public Functions

QQueue ()
~QQueue ()
T dequeue ()
void enqueue ( const T & t )
T & head ()
const T & head () const
void swap ( QQueue<T> & other )

Additional Inherited Members

  • 3 static public members inherited from QList

Detailed Description

The QQueue class is a generic container that provides a queue.

QQueue<T> is one of Qt's generic container classes. It implements a queue data structure for items of a same type.

A queue is a first in, first out (FIFO) structure. Items are added to the tail of the queue using enqueue() and retrieved from the head using dequeue(). The head() function provides access to the head item without removing it.


 QQueue<int> queue;
 while (!queue.isEmpty())
     cout << queue.dequeue() << endl;

The example will output 1, 2, 3 in that order.

QQueue inherits from QList. All of QList's functionality also applies to QQueue. For example, you can use isEmpty() to test whether the queue is empty, and you can traverse a QQueue using QList's iterator classes (for example, QListIterator). But in addition, QQueue provides three convenience functions that make it easy to implement FIFO semantics: enqueue(), dequeue(), and head().

QQueue's value type must be an assignable data type. This covers most data types that are commonly used, but the compiler won't let you, for example, store a QWidget as a value. Use QWidget* instead.

See also QList and QStack.

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