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    Question How to convert a QString to const char *?

    Hi all, QImage::save() needs a const char* with the format string but I have this format in a QString, so I need to do the conversion. I've searched the class QString but I havent' found any method to do it. Anybody knows how to do it?

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    Default Re: How to convert a QString to const char *?

    toLocal8Bit().data()

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    Default Re: How to convert a QString to const char *?

    public members of QString class in Qt-3.3.4
    const char * ascii () const
    const char * latin1 () const

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