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  1. #1
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    Default QTableView Problem

    Hi, I have a problem with my QTableView where I show the values contained in a vector that has data contained in a structure. My problem is that the last value of the vector is not shown in the QTableView, I already checked the code (tableModel based on the example of Qt AddressBook) and I don't find the error, I have also tried to update the cell where this data should be contained and the last value of the vector still does not appear in the QTableView. Another question I have is because the functions like columnCount (), rowCount (), headerData () etc. of the QAbstractTableModel, do they run without being invoked? Finally, how can I highlight the first row of the QTableView (last vector data).
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    Default Re: QTableView Problem

    Qt Code:
    1. if(index.row()>=realDataValues.size() || index.row()<=0)
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    Not your last row is not shown but your first.

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