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Delphi

function GetByteCount(Chars: PChar; CharCount: Integer): Integer; overload; virtual; abstract;
function GetByteCount(const Chars: Char): Integer; overload; inline;
function GetByteCount(const Chars: array of Char): Integer; overload;
function GetByteCount(const Chars: TCharArray): Integer; overload; inline;
function GetByteCount(const Chars: array of Char; CharIndex, CharCount: Integer): Integer; overload;
function GetByteCount(const Chars: TCharArray; CharIndex, CharCount: Integer): Integer; overload;
function GetByteCount(const S: string): Integer; overload; inline;
function GetByteCount(const S: string; CharIndex, CharCount: Integer): Integer; overload; inline;
function GetByteCount(const S: string; CharIndex, CharCount: Integer; const StringBaseIndex: Integer): Integer; overload;

C++

virtual int __fastcall GetByteCount(System::WideChar * Chars, int CharCount) = 0 /* overload */;
int __fastcall GetByteCount(const System::WideChar Chars)/* overload */;
int __fastcall GetByteCount(const System::WideChar *Chars, const int Chars_High)/* overload */;
int __fastcall GetByteCount(const System::DynamicArray<System::WideChar> Chars)/* overload */;
int __fastcall GetByteCount(const System::WideChar *Chars, const int Chars_High, int CharIndex, int CharCount)/* overload */;
int __fastcall GetByteCount(const System::DynamicArray<System::WideChar> Chars, int CharIndex, int CharCount)/* overload */;
int __fastcall GetByteCount(const System::UnicodeString S)/* overload */;
int __fastcall GetByteCount(const System::UnicodeString S, int CharIndex, int CharCount)/* overload */;
int __fastcall GetByteCount(const System::UnicodeString S, int CharIndex, int CharCount, const int StringBaseIndex)/* overload */;

Properties

Type Visibility Source Unit Parent
function public
System.SysUtils.pas
System.SysUtils.hpp
System.SysUtils TEncoding

Description

Returns the number of bytes produced by encoding a set of characters of string or characters.

Note: The number of bytes in a string is not necessarily exactly proportional to the number of characters in a given character array or string.

  • function GetByteCount(Chars: PChar; CharCount: Integer): Integer; overload; virtual; abstract;
This overload version is an abstract method in this class. Actual implementation is deferred to a descendent class.
  • function GetByteCount(const Chars: Char): Integer; overload;
Returns the number of bytes generated by encoding from Chars character.
  • Chars: One UNICODE character that to encode.
  • function GetByteCount(const Chars: array of Char): Integer; overload;
  • function GetByteCount(const Chars: TCharArray): Integer; overload;
Returns the number of bytes generated by encoding Chars array parameter.
  • Chars: array of char that contains the set of characters to encode.
  • function GetByteCount(const Chars: array of Char; CharIndex, CharCount: Integer): Integer; overload;
  • function GetByteCount(const Chars: TCharArray; CharIndex, CharCount: Integer): Integer; overload;
Returns the number of bytes generated by encoding CharCount characters from CharIndex index of Chars array parameter.
  • Chars: array of char that contains the set of characters to encode.
  • CharIndex: index of the first character to encode on Chars array.
  • CharCount: parameter that specifies the number of characters to encode.
  • function GetByteCount(const S: string): Integer; overload;
Returns the number of bytes generated by encoding S string parameter.
  • S: string that contains the set of characters to encode.
  • function GetByteCount(const S: string; CharIndex, CharCount: Integer): Integer; overload;
Returns the number of bytes generated by encoding CharCount characters from CharIndex index of string S. CharIndex is one-based index on Desktop platforms including Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux, or zero-based on Mobile platforms including iOS and Android.
  • S: string that contains the set of characters to encode.
  • CharIndex: index of the first character to encode. On Desktop platforms including Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux, CharIndex is one-based. On Mobile platforms including iOS and Android, CharIndex is zero-based.
  • CharCount: parameter that specifies the number of characters to encode.
  • function GetByteCount(const S: string; CharIndex, CharCount: Integer; const StringBaseIndex: Integer): Integer; overload;
Returns the number of bytes generated by encoding CharCount characters from CharIndex index of string S. StringBaseIndex is the base index number; 0 or 1 of CharIndex on the S string.
  • S: string that contains the set of characters to encode.
  • CharIndex: index of the first character to encode. Index base is controlled by StringBaseIndex.
  • CharCount: parameter that specifies the number of characters to encode.
  • StringBaseIndex: base index number of CharIndex on the s string. This value is 0 or 1. If other number is specified, EEncodingError exception is raised.

Return Value is a number of bytes that are actually encoded or the actual TBytes sequence of bytes.

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