[Interest] QUrl: changing a single query item's value
mandeepsandhu.chd at gmail.com
Mon Nov 7 13:48:27 CET 2011
> I have used removeEncodedQueryItem() and addEncodedQueryItem() in the
> past for such requirement. Not exactly inplace modification but it
> works. It adds the new item at the end of the original list. if order is
Yes. This looks better...though it will change the order of the params
which _might_ affect HTTP caching in some cases.
> important to you, it may not work.
> On Mon, 2011-11-07 at 15:52 +0530, Mandeep Sandhu wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Why doesn't QUrl have a 'setter' for it's
>> QUrl::encodedQueryItemValue() function.
>> I have a url which has a lot of query parameters in it. I want to
>> change only _one_ of them.
>> While I can get the value, using the QUrl::encodedQueryItemValue(),
>> and change it. I found it a little surprising that there's no
>> QUrl::setEncodedQueryItemValue() for setting a single param!
>> Right now, it seems like I have to iterate through the list of query
>> items (got via QUrl::encodedQueryItems()) and modify the specific
>> param and then set it back using QUrl::setEncodedQueryItems(). While
>> this works, it looks quite cumbersome. I tried using
>> QUrl::addEncodedQueryItem(), but that 'adds' a new query parameter
>> (does not replace the existing one even if the param key is the same).
>> Any other simpler way to do this? Should we have a
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