C++ GUI Programming with Qt 3

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C++ GUI Programming with Qt 3

Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
ISBN/ASIN: 0131240722
ISBN-13: 9780131240728
Number of pages: 464

Build C++ GUI applications easily, design dialogs and windows in code and visually, learn Qt's innovative slots mechanism, use layouts to create forms, create custom slots signals, events, and controls, program with techniques for Qt 3.2 that will work with Qt 4, code applications with menus, dialogs, and drag and drop, utilize 2D and 3D graphics, multithreading, and networking, write database and XML applications, internationalize to reach foreign markets, exploit platform-specific-features like ActiveX.

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