Let's immediately put our new skills in to practice! Start by creating a new Qt Widgets Application in Qt Creator, choosing QWidget as the base class, and ensuring that the Generate Form box is unchecked. The name of our widget class will be Widget.
Switch to the header file for the newly created class, add a protected section to the class, and type void paintEvent in that section. Then, press Ctrl + Space on your keyboard and Creator will suggest the parameters for the method. You should end up with the following code:
protected: void paintEvent(QPaintEvent *);
Creator will leave the cursor positioned right before the semicolon. Pressing Alt + Enter will open the refactoring menu, letting you add ...