Copyright (C) 2012, University of Cambridge, Department of Psychiatry.
Created by Rudolf Cardinal (email@example.com).
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// Validator for int numbers. Checks against the range [bottom, top].
class StrictIntValidator : public QIntValidator
// Validates an integer being typed in.
// Checks the characters against the specified bottom/top (min/max) values.
StrictIntValidator(int bottom, int top, bool allow_empty = false,
QObject* parent = nullptr);
virtual QValidator::State validate(QString& s, int& pos) const override;
// What about validating a qulonglong = quint64 (unsigned 64-bit int), etc.?
// Normally we would use C++ templates, but you can't mix that with Q_OBJECT.
// So we have to faff a great deal to make StrictUInt64Validator (q.v.).