[PyQt] Easy way to save the text of all QlineEdit widgets?
ceruleanblaze at gmail.com
Mon Sep 17 16:25:34 BST 2007
It's fairly easy but just how trivial it will be will depend on your
set up. Are all the QLineEdits on one widget? If so, some code a bit
like the following could work:
for widget in theParentWidget.children():
if isinstance(widget, QLineEdit):
myDictionary[widget.objectName()] = widget.text()
Otherwise you'll want to traverse the tree of QObjects started from
your dialog looking for QLineEdits.
On 17/09/2007, John Wheez <john at atomfx.com> wrote:
> Is there a function in pyQt which will iterate over the existing
> widgets and make a list/dictionary with the widget name and it's
> current text?
> Thanks for any input.
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