Marsyas  0.5.0-beta1
Public Member Functions
Rp Class Reference

Rp works in a similar way to Ex except that the single parameter constructor is an expression that must evaluate to a boolean that determines if the event is to repeat while the two parameter constructor must be a boolean expression (if true then repeat) and an expression that evaluates to a string that specifies when the event is to repeat with respect to the current time and in a representation of time that is known to the timer (ie '1s' on sample count timer). More...

#include <Expr.h>

Inherits Ex.

Public Member Functions

 Rp (std::string e)
 Rp (std::string e, std::string r)

Detailed Description

Rp works in a similar way to Ex except that the single parameter constructor is an expression that must evaluate to a boolean that determines if the event is to repeat while the two parameter constructor must be a boolean expression (if true then repeat) and an expression that evaluates to a string that specifies when the event is to repeat with respect to the current time and in a representation of time that is known to the timer (ie '1s' on sample count timer).

Author:
Neil Burroughs inb@cs.uvic.ca
Version:
1.0
Date:
Jan 01, 2007

Definition at line 69 of file Expr.h.


Constructor & Destructor Documentation

Rp ( std::string  e) [inline]

Definition at line 71 of file Expr.h.

Rp ( std::string  e,
std::string  r 
) [inline]

Definition at line 72 of file Expr.h.


The documentation for this class was generated from the following file: