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QSignalMapper Example Revisited

Several years ago I wrote a short piece on QSignalMapper to give a quick example of how it can be used. Since then, Qt5 has been released and C++11 is now A Thing. One of the cool things introduced in Qt5 is a new overload for the QObject::connect() method:

This means we can use […]

     

QSignalMapper Example

Qt is a great development framework. I’ve been using it for years and I’m still discovering new & improved ways to do things. For example, I had a rather clunky bit of code to put menu items in the help menu which would open up various pages on my website. myMainWindow.h

myMainWindow.cpp

Wow. […]