g_variant_get_fixed_array (
  GVariant* value,
  gsize* n_elements,
  gsize element_size


Provides access to the serialized data for an array of fixed-sized items.

value must be an array with fixed-sized elements. Numeric types are fixed-size, as are tuples containing only other fixed-sized types.

element_size must be the size of a single element in the array, as given by the section on [serialized data memory][gvariant-serialized-data-memory].

In particular, arrays of these fixed-sized types can be interpreted as an array of the given C type, with element_size set to the size the appropriate type: - G_VARIANT_TYPE_INT16 (etc.): #gint16 (etc.) - G_VARIANT_TYPE_BOOLEAN: #guchar (not #gboolean!) - G_VARIANT_TYPE_BYTE: #guint8 - G_VARIANT_TYPE_HANDLE: #guint32 - G_VARIANT_TYPE_DOUBLE: #gdouble

For example, if calling this function for an array of 32-bit integers, you might say sizeof(gint32). This value isn’t used except for the purpose of a double-check that the form of the serialized data matches the caller’s expectation.

n_elements, which must be non-NULL, is set equal to the number of items in the array.

Available since:2.24


n_elements gsize*

A pointer to the location to store the number of items.

 The argument will be set by the function.
 The instance takes ownership of the data, and is responsible for freeing it.
element_size gsize

The size of each element.

Return value

Returns: An array of gconstpointer

A pointer to the fixed array.

 The length of the array is in the n_elements argument.