signals and events

Roberto Alsina ralsina at conectiva.com.ar
Mon Apr 23 13:33:15 UTC 2001


On Mon, 23 Apr 2001, Giorgi Lekishvili wrote:

> Dear all,
> I'm afraid I do not understand properly how to connect signals with events
> (not with slots).
> Suppose an object I use has the public signal "Clicked()". However, I may
> need a signal "DoubleClicked()". How can I define and build this function
> based on "ouseButtonDblClick" event?

Inherit the class.
Handle the event in the inherited.
When you have a doubleclick event, emit the signal.
Emitting a signal is not much different from calling a function.

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