BLEAddr Class

BLEAddr Class

Description

A class used for managing Bluetooth addresses.

Syntax
class BLEAddr

Members

Public Constructors 
BLEAddr::BLEAddrConstructs a BLEAddr object
Public Methods 
BLEAddr::strGet the Bluetooth address represented as a formatted string
BLEAddr::dataGet the Bluetooth address represented as an integer array

BLEAddr::BLEAddr

Description
Constructs a BLEAddr object.

Syntax
BLEAddr::BLEAddr(void);
BLEAddr::BLEAddr(uint8_t (&addr)[6]);
BLEAddr::BLEAddr(const char* str);

Parameters
addr: An array of 6 bytes containing the desired Bluetooth address.
str: A character string representing the desired Bluetooth address.

Returns
The function returns nothing.

Example Code
NA

Notes and Warnings
When expressed as a string, the Bluetooth address should be written as 6 bytes in hexadecimal format, using a colon “:” to separate the bytes is acceptable (example – 00:11:22:33:EE:FF).

BLEAddr::str

Description
Get the Bluetooth address represented as a formatted string.

Syntax
const char* str(void);

Parameters
The function requires no input parameter.

Returns
The function returns a pointer to a character string containing the hexadecimal representation of the Bluetooth address.

Example Code
Example: BLEScan

Notes and Warnings
The Bluetooth address expressed as a string will be written as 6 bytes in hexadecimal format, with a colon “:” separating the bytes (example – 00:11:22:33:EE:FF).

BLEAddr::data

Description
Get the Bluetooth address represented as an integer array.

Syntax
uint8_t* data(void);

Parameters
The function requires no input parameter.

Returns
The function returns a pointer to a 6 byte array containing the Bluetooth address.

Example Code
NA

Notes and Warnings
The Bluetooth address is stored with MSB at array index [5].

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