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C++ GUI Programming with Qt 4, 2nd Edition

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  • Posted June 23, 2010

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    Innaccurate Examples

    I new the book was .3 evolutions outdated when I bought it (soon to be .4), but I still had high hopes for it. I can still find it useful, but not so much after skimming through the examples.

    When I learn a new language I skim through the entire book, then I find the protions that are relevant to what I want to start with and go from there. It helps me stay in touch with the language because I find an everyday use for it.

    Thankfully this practice has lead to be a rat type coder. I try with what limited knowledge I have first, if that doesn't work I change some things and try again, repeat until frustation ... and then turn to the book. I'll probably always need a book, or documentation of somekind. I still turn to my Python manual from time to time, but that's just me.

    What I needed out of this though it has not fully provided. The code examples have glaring errors. The code's text does not match the picture's presentation of the code. So, today I was trying to work on a new list with columns. The code example's show exactly what I need, but the problem is, the text says they are reimplementing a TreeWidget but the picture says they are using a TableWidget.

    As I said, thankfully I am rat coder. Because if I had not thought outside of the book's box ... I would have learned a schizophrenic lesson.

    I can still use this for a reference when I don't want to use the Offline Docs that I have on my computer, and I will give the book another chance. However, having innaccurate examples really deters the effects I should have received. Unfortunate.

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