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How to use QString in Qt

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Devices(s): Emulator & creator IDE V4.5
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Platform(s): S60 3rd Edition, S60 5th Edition
Symbian
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Keywords: QString
Created: (31 Dec 2008)
Last edited: fasttrack (12 Sep 2009)

Contents

Introduction

This example demonstrate some basic string function in Qt for Symbian.


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Note:Some of image are from qt Creator IDE V4.5 and the code associated with image can also be executed in carbide c++ 2.0

Various Function and Operators

  • If you want to append a certain number of identical characters to the string, use operator+=()
QString str = "Hello";
str += QString(10, 'X');

The final content of str is "Hello" followed by ten "X": "HelloXXXXXXXXXX".

  • Prepends the string str to the beginning of this string and returns a reference to this string.
QString str = "world";
str.prepend("Hello ");

The content of str is "Hello world".

  • Returns a lowercase copy of the string.
QString str = "HELLO";
QString lowerCase = str.toLower();

The content of lowerCase is "hello". The content of str is still "HELLO", the method QString::toLower() does not modify the string, it returns a lowercase version of the string.

Code snippet using QString

The following example show the use of QString in a graphical application. QLabel is a widget capable of displaying text or images.

#include <QApplication>
#include <QLabel>
#include <QString>
#include <QVBoxLayout>
 
int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
QApplication app(argc, argv);
 
QString str("world");
QString sizeOfWorld = QString::number(str.size());
 
// resize the string and removes last two characters
str.resize(3); // str = "wor"
 
// Add "Hello " at the beginning
str.prepend("Hello "); // str = "Hello wor"
 
// Add "ld" at the end
str.append("ld"); // str = "Hello world"
 
// Remove 6 characters at position five, and insert " India" at this position
str.replace(5, 6, " India");
 
QLabel *label1 = new QLabel(str);
QLabel *label2 = new QLabel(sizeOfWorld);
QVBoxLayout *layout = new QVBoxLayout;
layout->addWidget(label1);
layout->addWidget(label2);
 
QWidget window;
window.setLayout(layout);
window.show();
return app.exec();
}

Here is the result of this code on Microsoft Windows:

String2.JPG

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