2.3.13 The List Class

Abstract

This section covers the List class.

Parent class.  Dictionary

Child classes.  None

Description.  The List class is a Dictionary subclass that is used for representing lists populated by the methods Dictionary::listObjects(), Dictionary::listIndexes(), and Dictionary::listEvents().

Class Methods.  This class has only two methods, a constructor and a destructor. Neither method takes any arguments.

Constructor.  Calling the List constructor creates a new List whose count and elements attributes are both set equal to 0.

Destructor.  The destructor ~List() is simply defined in such a way as to remove all elements and their properties. You can find its definition in the file /storage/ndb/include/ndbapi/NdbDictionary.hpp.

Attributes.  A List has the following two attributes:

Types.  The List class also defines an Element structure.

Note

For a graphical representation of this class and its parent-child relationships, see Section 2.3.4, “The Dictionary Class”.