The Dot Operator allows access to members of composite types, such as in frame.pos.x . More...
Public Member Functions
|virtual DataSourceBase *||build (const std::string &member, DataSourceBase *a)=0|
|If op is the operator you are responsible for, and if the argument DataSource is of the correct type, then return an appropriate DataSource. |
The Dot Operator allows access to members of composite types, such as in frame.pos.x .
This is used if a dot was parsed on a value type. It is different by semantics of the UnaryOp because the dot is parsed as a binary operator but actually is a unary ( hard to explain, look at the code...)
|virtual DataSourceBase* RTT::detail::DotOp::build||(||const std::string &||member,|
Implemented in RTT::detail::DotOperator< function >.