Range


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[ Version ( since = "2.26" ) ]
public struct Range

Represents a byte range as used in the Range header.

If end is non-negative, then start and end represent the bounds of of the range, counting from 0. (Eg, the first 500 bytes would be represented as start = 0 and end = 499.)

If end is -1 and start is non-negative, then this represents a range starting at start and ending with the last byte of the requested resource body. (Eg, all but the first 500 bytes would be start = 500, and end = -1.)

If end is -1 and start is negative, then it represents a "suffix range", referring to the last -start bytes of the resource body. (Eg, the last 500 bytes would be start = -500 and end = -1.)


Namespace: Soup
Package: libsoup-2.4

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