node. Systems that wish to cache information about a name, including ownership, resolver address, and records, should respect this value. If TTL is zero, new data should be fetched on each query.
owner. Only callable by the current owner of the name.
resolver. Only callable by the current owner of the name.
resolvermust specify the address of a contract that implements the Resolver interface.
node. Only callable by the current owner of the name.
node, assigning ownership of it to the specified
owner. If the domain already exists, ownership is reassigned but the resolver and TTL are left unmodified.
labelis the keccak256 hash of the subdomain label to create. For example, if you own alice.eth and want to create the subdomain iam.alice.eth, supply
setOwnerin that order.
operatoris approved to make ENS registry operations on behalf of
nodeexists in this ENS registry. This will return false for records that are in the legacy ENS registry but have not yet been migrated to the new one.