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Fun, Fast and Flexible Qt Script

Articles from Qt Quarterly - Tue, 23/07/2002 - 9:00pm
Qt Script for Applications (QSA) is a toolkit for making C++ applications end-user scriptable. QSA provides an interpreter for Qt Script, a language derived from ECMAScript (JavaScript). Qt Script programs can access the whole Qt API and any part of an application's API that developers choose to make available to their users.

Early Easter Eggs

Articles from Qt Quarterly - Tue, 23/07/2002 - 9:00pm
Qt has a very flexible and powerful event system. In this article, we will use it to hide an Easter egg in an application -- too late for this year's Easter, but early enough for next year.

Abusing QMap

Articles from Qt Quarterly - Tue, 12/02/2002 - 12:00am
The QMap<Key, Value> class stores (key, value) pairs where each key is associated with a single value. This article presents a quick-and-dirty trick to make keys work with multiple values.

Seriously Weird QRegExp

Articles from Qt Quarterly - Tue, 12/02/2002 - 12:00am
C++ programmers can use Perl-style regular expressions with Qt 3.0's completely rewritten QRegExp class. We present some of the practicalities of using regular expressions for parsing, validation, and filtering. We also look at how to optimize regular expressions, and finish off with some weird trivia.

Sorting QListViews

Articles from Qt Quarterly - Tue, 12/02/2002 - 12:00am
The QListView widget provides both list and tree views. The class provides locale-aware Unicode sorting by any column, or no sorting at all. There are often situations where the sorting required must be more sophisticated than straightforward lexical sorting. This article explains how to take precise control of QListView's sorting.

Abusing QMap

Articles from Qt Quarterly - Mon, 11/02/2002 - 10:00pm
The QMap class stores (key, value) pairs where each key is associated with a single value. This article presents a quick-and-dirty trick to make keys work with multiple values.

Seriously Weird QRegExp

Articles from Qt Quarterly - Mon, 11/02/2002 - 10:00pm
C++ programmers can use Perl-style regular expressions with Qt 3.0's completely rewritten QRegExp class. We present some of the practicalities of using regular expressions for parsing, validation, and filtering. We also look at how to optimize regular expressions, and finish off with some weird trivia.

Sorting QListViews

Articles from Qt Quarterly - Mon, 11/02/2002 - 10:00pm
The QListView widget provides both list and tree views. The class provides locale-aware Unicode sorting by any column, or no sorting at all. There are often situations where the sorting required must be more sophisticated than straightforward lexical sorting. This article explains how to take precise control of QListView's sorting.

عن ابر التريكو والدبابيس والخوازيق نتحدث

♫♪ ٍٍٍٍٍShìMá - Sun, 12/08/1990 - 3:03am

يمكن من اكتر الصدمات اللي اخدتها في حياتي في اول سنه دخولي للجامعه هيا اممممم نمشيها المعاكسات البذيئه يعني لاني كنت لسه مجرد طفله خارجه من الثانوي والمدرسه كانت جنب البيت والبيت جنب المدرسه

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