Qt : QTableWidget Tutorial

Qt : QTableWidget Tutorial

This is a basic tutorial how to create QTableWidget, create header in QTableWidget, fill QTableWidget with value and how to implement signal and slot in QTableWidget. From this tutorial, you can create a more complex code how to implement QTableWidget in your code. Please look at sample code Qt : QTableWidget Tutorial below :

//create tablewidget iteam
void basicQTableWidget::fillTableWidget()
    int nrow, ncolumn;
    QStringList list;

    nrow = 10;
    ncolumn = 3;

    //set size of QTableWidget

    //add header to QTableWidgetItem
    list<<"column 1" << "column 2" << "column 3";

    //set sample item
    ui->QTableWidgetItem *newitem = new QTableWidgetItem("Fill Item");
    ui->ui->tableWidget->setItem(0, 0, newitem);

    //Create Signal and slot for QTableWidget
    connect(ui->tableWidget, SIGNAL(cellChanged ( int, int)), this, SLOT(mycellChanged(int, int)));

From above Qt : QTableWidget tutorial above, we can create QTableWidget header with use command setHorizontalHeaderLabels ( const QStringList &labels ). Please look at Qt Documentation. I set trigger to QTableWidget with QAbstractItemView::AllEditTriggers, this trigger will accept all trigger (clicking, double clicking, etc). I adding signal cellChanged to this QTableWidget, so when user clicking or changing value from QTableWidget, program will show message.

This is a screenshot for Qt : QTableWidget tutorial :

Qt : QTableWidget Tutorial

Please compile and running this code, and you can see how to create QTableWidget also create signal and slot in your code. You can download the complete Qt : QTableWidget tutorial above in here.

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