[PyQt] a newbie pyqt question, the pyqt book related
lotrpy at gmail.com
Thu May 29 13:23:37 BST 2008
On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 7:58 PM, Mark Summerfield <mark at qtrac.eu> wrote:
> On 2008-05-29, lotr py wrote:
>> Hi, Sorry for my bad english and PyQt skill.
>> I am reading the book "Rapid GUI Programming with Python and Qt The
>> Definitive Guide to PyQt Programming", my question is related to
>> near the end of MainWindow.updateTable() there is
>> if selected is not None:
>> what I want to ask is, what's the mean of "selected.setSelected(True)",
>> isn't self.table.setCurrentItem(selected) enough here?
>> Thank in advance for your reply.
> selected is either None or the QTableItem that we want to be selected.
> So if it is not None:
> selected.setSelected(True) # selects the item
> self.table.setCurrentItem(selected) # makes the item the current item
> self.table.scrollToItem(selected) # makes the item visible to the user
> In a QTableView it is possible to have a selected item that is not the
> current item, in other words there are two different concepts "selected
> item" and "current item".
Mark, Thanks for the quick reply, I know it's meaning now.
More information about the PyQt