Method

GLibVariantTypeis_definite

Declaration

gboolean
g_variant_type_is_definite (
  const GVariantType* type
)

Description

Determines if the given type is definite (ie: not indefinite).

A type is definite if its type string does not contain any indefinite type characters (‘*’, ‘?’, or ‘r’).

A GVariant instance may not have an indefinite type, so calling this function on the result of g_variant_get_type() will always result in TRUE being returned. Calling this function on an indefinite type like G_VARIANT_TYPE_ARRAY, however, will result in FALSE being returned.

Return value

Returns: gboolean
 

TRUE if type is definite

Since 2.24