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    Default how to properly close and delete a websocket?

    my app uses websocket, i want to close it and delete the websocket when it is not needed. what should i do?
    i looked at the echo examples, only found it doesnt close and delete the socket object, exits to system directly.

    thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: how to properly close and delete a websocket?

    Quote Originally Posted by Qt Documentation
    QWebSocket::~QWebSocket()

    Destroys the QWebSocket. Closes the socket if it is still open, and releases any used resources.
    Just delete it
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