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|Inherits From:||IOPCMCIATuple : Object|
|IOPCMCIATuple objects encapsulate configuration information about IODirectDevices that run on PCMCIA-compliant computers. Data from a "tuple" is from information stored on the PCMCIA card; each tuple stores a separate piece of information. IOPCMCIADeviceDescription objects typically contain a list of IOPCMCIATuple objects, containing such configuration data as electrical requirements, I/O port ranges, and timing information.
Usually, you need only to pass around IOPCMCIATuple objects, without creating them, subclassing them, or sending messages to them. IOPCMCIATuples are created by the system.
|None declared in this class.|
|Getting information from a tuple|
|Returns a code describing the contents of the tuple, as described in the PCMCIA standard.
See also: data, length
|(unsigned char *)data|
|Returns the tuple data, which is in machine readable form.
See also: code, length
|Returns the length of the tuple data in bytes.
See also: code, data