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The Xalan C++ XSLT Processor Version 1.11

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XalanEXSLTFunctionRandom Class Reference

#include <XalanEXSLTMathImpl.hpp>

Inherits Function.

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Detailed Description

Definition at line 92 of file XalanEXSLTMathImpl.hpp.

Member Typedef Documentation

Definition at line 96 of file XalanEXSLTMathImpl.hpp.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

XalanEXSLTFunctionRandom::XalanEXSLTFunctionRandom (  )  [inline]

Definition at line 98 of file XalanEXSLTMathImpl.hpp.

virtual XalanEXSLTFunctionRandom::~XalanEXSLTFunctionRandom (  )  [inline, virtual]

Definition at line 103 of file XalanEXSLTMathImpl.hpp.

Member Function Documentation

virtual XalanEXSLTFunctionRandom* XalanEXSLTFunctionRandom::clone ( MemoryManager &  theManager  )  const [inline, virtual]

Create a copy of the function object.

pointer to the new object

Implements Function.

Definition at line 123 of file XalanEXSLTMathImpl.hpp.

virtual XObjectPtr XalanEXSLTFunctionRandom::execute ( XPathExecutionContext executionContext,
XalanNode context,
const XObjectArgVectorType args,
const Locator *  locator 
) const [virtual]

Execute an XPath function object.

The function must return a valid object. Extension functions should override this version of execute(), rather than one of the other calls designed for a specific number of arguments, since the extension function mechanism will call this version first. Extension functions that accept more than three arguments _must_ override this version.

executionContext executing context
context current context node
args vector of pointers to XObject arguments
locator Locator instance for the XPath expression that contains the function call
pointer to the result XObject

Reimplemented from Function.

const XalanDOMString& XalanEXSLTFunctionRandom::getError ( XalanDOMString theBuffer  )  const [protected, virtual]

Get the error message to report when the function is called with the wrong number of arguments.

theBuffer The XalanDOMString for the message.
The error message

Implements Function.

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