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GUI Programming with Python: QT Edition

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GUI Programming with Python: QT Edition
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Publisher: OpenDocs, LLC
ISBN/ASIN: 0970033044
ISBN-13: 9780970033048
Number of pages: 335

Description:
The main topic of this book is application development using PyQt, a library extension to the Python programming language that is meant to form the basis for GUI programming. Part I and II of this book concern themselves with concepts: here the examples are small, often amounting to less than one page of code. Part III takes you through the development of a complete, complex application. In this case an editor, but one with a lot of extra features. This book is intended for anyone, from beginning software developers to experienced programmers.

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