[PyKDE] Re: Re: QString vs PyString
cepl at surfbest.net
Sat Jun 4 01:37:25 BST 2005
James Emerton wrote:
> "There is no QString, all strings are translated to the Python native
> string type."
The URL I gave before mentions one reason why not to do it, which I like
(and I am not a programmer, so I may be totally off) -- QString has more
methods and is otherwise more convenient in some respects than Python's
Unicode string. Plus you have mutability, which I have not used yet, but it
may be interesting.
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