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Sometimes a task running within a application, like connecting to remote server Or loading resource, might take a time to complete. A user-friendly application provides some indication to the user that the task is occurring, how long the task might take, and how much work has already been done. One way of indicating work, and perhaps the amount of progress, is to show progress bar. Thus almost all application need to show progress bar.

Article describes how to show progress bar in Qt for symbian using QProgressBar. You can set value of progress bar using setValue() method, which is here done with slots and signal mechanism. The article is important to beginners to implement progress bar.

--savaj 04:34, 28 September 2009 (UTC)


This article is made by defining the object of QProgressBar.this is one of the easiest program of QT.by just putting This button on widget and make different in size and what the content you want to show on progress Bar you can show it by Using simple progress Bar.

You can also Create progress dialog using QProgressDialog.This is one of the same example Of QprogressBar if you want to know more about it than go on Create progress dialog using QProgressDialog.


--nayan_trivedi




level: intermediate

This article addresses how to put progress bar in your mobile application using Qt. In the header file, all the needed class objects are combined and that header file will be included in your .cpp file.This code snippet uses a QProgressBar in an efficient way. There are different different orientations given in this code snippet.

--vkmunjpara 06:26, 18 September 2009 (UTC)


Article shows how to use progress bar in application very easily.Article shows capital function to handle the progressbar is a very good approch. Images explain very clear and sharply. This code may place at the starting of many applications like browser, chat messenger etc. Article named with “Create_progress_dialog_using_QProgressDialog” is also the somewhat same thing. It’s an advance look of that article.


[--fasttrack 07:13, 22 September 2009 (UTC)]


 

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