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(This article can't have been helping the myth that Qt is purely used for user interaces vs a full fledged toolkit for both UI AND non-UI applications)
 
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Qt is a cross-platform graphical widget toolkit for the development of GUI programs.  Qt is most notably used in the K Desktop Environment (KDE).
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[[Image:Qt_logo.png]]
  
Qt uses an extended version of the C++ programming language, but bindings exist for Python, Ruby, C, Perl and Pascal. It runs on all major platforms, and has extensive internationalization support. Non-GUI features include SQL database access, XML parsing, thread management, and a unified cross-platform API for file handling.
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'''Qt''' is a cross-platform toolkit for the development of portable programs. Contrary to popular belief, QT is about much more than user interfaces.
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Qt uses an extended version of the C++ programming language, but bindings exist for Python, Ruby, C, Perl and Pascal. It runs on all major platforms, and has extensive internationalization support. It's primary Non-GUI features include SQL database access, XML parsing, thread management, string manipulation, image processing and a unified cross-platform API for file handling.
  
 
Qt has nothing to do with Apple's Quicktime.
 
Qt has nothing to do with Apple's Quicktime.
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== External Links ==
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*http://www.trolltech.com/products/qt/
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*[[Wikipedia:Qt_(toolkit)]]
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[[Category:Glossary]]

Latest revision as of 12:27, 12 May 2010

Qt logo.png

Qt is a cross-platform toolkit for the development of portable programs. Contrary to popular belief, QT is about much more than user interfaces.

Qt uses an extended version of the C++ programming language, but bindings exist for Python, Ruby, C, Perl and Pascal. It runs on all major platforms, and has extensive internationalization support. It's primary Non-GUI features include SQL database access, XML parsing, thread management, string manipulation, image processing and a unified cross-platform API for file handling.

Qt has nothing to do with Apple's Quicktime.

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