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    Default How to call the C++ member function from the JScript

    Hi,

    We have a requirement in QT that i have C++ class contains data and member functions.
    I will pass an object to Javascript function, i should be able to call any of the member functions from Javascript.

    Please help me, i will really appreciate you.

    Ex:
    Qt Code:
    1. function Add(myObj) //myObj C++ object
    2. {
    3. this.myObj = myObj;
    4. var a = display();
    5. return a;
    6. }
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    Regards
    Srinivas
    Last edited by jpn; 18th October 2008 at 09:57. Reason: missing [code] tags

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    Default Re: How to call the C++ member function from the JScript

    See QScriptable class and the Qt Script presentation from DevDays2007 (search for "Qt Script Prototype Objects").
    J-P Nurmi

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