FMultiInt

TSize integer values separated by '.' e.g. "120.210.11.22" made to compare different GPU driver versions handles whitespace if there are to too many numbers we take the left most ones comparison operators (for driver comparison)

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Syntax

template<int32 TSize>
class FMultiInt

Remarks

TSize integer values separated by '.' e.g. "120.210.11.22" made to compare different GPU driver versions handles whitespace if there are to too many numbers we take the left most ones comparison operators (for driver comparison)

Variables

Name Description

Public variable

uint32[Size]

 

Value

[0]:left .. [Size-1]:right

Constructors

Name Description

Public function

FMultiInt()

Constructor

Public function

FMultiInt

(
    const TCHAR* In
)

Functions

Name Description

Public function

void

 

GetValue

(
    const TCHAR* In
)

Like Parse but it doesn't alter the pointer

Public function

void

 

Parse

(
    const TCHAR*& In
)

Operators

Name Description

Public function Const

bool

 

operator!=

(
    const FMultiInt< TSize >& rhs
)

Could be optimized but doesn't have to be fast

Public function Const

bool

 

operator<

(
    const FMultiInt< TSize >& rhs
)

Could be optimized but doesn't have to be fast

Public function Const

bool

 

operator<=

(
    const FMultiInt< TSize >& rhs
)

Could be optimized but doesn't have to be fast

Public function Const

bool

 

operator==

(
    const FMultiInt< TSize >& rhs
)

Could be optimized but doesn't have to be fast

Public function Const

bool

 

operator>

(
    const FMultiInt< TSize >& rhs
)

The base comparison operator, we derive the others from it

Public function Const

bool

 

operator>=

(
    const FMultiInt< TSize >& rhs
)

Could be optimized but doesn't have to be fast

Constants

Name

Description

Size

References

Module

Core

Header

Runtime/Core/Public/GenericPlatform/GenericPlatformDriver.h

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