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QSA-interest Archive - QSA Workbench causes SIGSEV?
May 18, 2004 ... I've run into a bit of an issue: When I have used (as program user) QSA Workbench, closing the program causes a segmentation fault. ...
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Subject: QSA Workbench causes SIGSEV? From: Gunnar Sletta Date: Fri May 14 13:46:55 2004. Subject: Re: QSA Workbench causes SIGSEV? From: Dimitri ...
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Qt-interest Archive - QServerSocket & Multicast
5 posts - 4 authors - Last post: Mar 18, 2004Are there any low level functions for doing a multicast option on a QServerSocket. Here is what I do with a traditional sockets to put it in ...
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Qt-interest Archive - May I know the sender with QServerSocket ?
9 posts - 5 authors - Last post: Aug 1, 2003Hi, With QServerSocket I opened a port on my pc. With readLine I receive the http_headers of a proxy to which, previously, ...
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Qt-interest Archive - Qt 4.0.0 win - configure problem
2 posts - 2 authors - Last post: Jul 6, 2005include/QtCore/../../src/corelib/tools/qstringlist.h:27 , from ../include/QtCore/qstringlist.h:1, from project.h:27, from project.cpp:24: . ...
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Qt-interest Archive - How to convert qstring to char* or to char ...
5 posts - 5 authors - Last post: Jan 3, 2002Hello, On Thursday 03 January 2002 11:11, POtty Rajesh wrote: > How to convert qstring to char*, or char* const or to > const char* Have a ...
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Qt-interest Archive - Converting QString to char * ?
15 posts - 10 authors - Last post: Dec 5, 2000You cannot convert a QString to char*, use const char* instead, if you need char* then you must allocate a buffer of your own and copy the ...
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Qt-interest Archive - Sum a couple QTableWidgetItems.. if they a ...
12 posts - 5 authors - Last post: Sep 14, 2006Subject: Re: Sum a couple QTableWidgetItems.. if they a QStrings. ..... BTW, QString::toDouble() will return 0 for an empty string so you ...
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Qt-interest Archive - Qt CAD
3 posts - 3 authors - Last post: Nov 12, 1999Its name was QCad or QtCad or something similar. Could somebody direct me to this application? Regards Stefan ...
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7 posts - 5 authors - Last post: Nov 27, 2004Hi, to everybody who did not visit the Trolltech website recently: the (really very good) Qt book: 'C++ GUI Programming with Qt 3' is now ...
 
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