This chapter introduces the Qt development environment, including the compiler, linker, make, and qmake. It includes a first example using Qt, and introduces iterators and lists.
Qt is a modular system of classes and tools that makes it easier for you to write smaller modules of code yourself. This chapter explains how to start reusing Qt.
Example Project: Using QApplication and QLabel
Makefile, qmake, and Project Files
Getting Help Online
Style Guidelines and Naming Conventions
The Qt Core Module
Streams and Dates
Example 3.1 shows a simple main program that creates a
QApplication and a
QLabel, manipulates some
QStrings, and then pops up a graphical ...