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Thread: Is Qt for GUI only?

  1. #21
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    Jan 2011

    Default Re: Is Qt for GUI only?

    Thank you guys for all the replies!

    wysota:The only thing I don't know is templates(never found a good tut.)
    Zlatomir :Yeah,I see Qt used pointers and memory managment all the time..however I am not so good with this...:/

  2. #22
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    Budapest, Hungary
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    Default Re: Is Qt for GUI only?

    The fact that you can do some gui don't makes you a better programmer
    yeah, first I was slighly dissappointed when I realised... But at least I got a little bit bigger in mum's eyes...

  3. #23
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    Sep 2011
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    Default Re: Is Qt for GUI only?

    You can search for and see if you can down load:

    Advanced Qt Programming Creating Great Software with C++ and Qt 4 by Mark Summerfield
    I have enjoyed Mark's book on using pyQT with QT. He will leave gaps, though that you will have to dig out on your own.

    But, I think most authors have a few "blind spots".

    Foundations of Qt Development by Johan Thelin
    Both of these were available as .pdfs

    Most of all "Be Patient" both with yourself and those who try to help.

    Most (but not all) of the questions I've had about using pyQT have been in Mark's book.

    And, I would have saved myself a lot of grief if I'd had the time (project deadlines and all that) to actually read it through and done his examples.

    This is going to take time...

    There is a lot to absorb...

    But, don't try to cram...

    Take small bites and digest them slowly, give your brain a chance to collate the material and maake some connections...

    Very few people can read something from a book and immediately turn around and apply it, properly.

    Mike Sr.


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