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    Default present data in tabular form reading from a file

    i have an employee and customer data file , i want to present that data in tabular form
    as my output ......how to do that
    please help???
    i am using simple text files ..not any database connection...

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    Default Re: present data in tabular form reading from a file

    1) Reading 2) Storing 3) Presenting.

    Where exactly is your problem? Did you even try to solve any of these by yourself?

    I strongly suggest to start reading a book about Qt development. No matter which one. These basics will be covered in all of them!

    While doing so you may pay special attention to QFile, QTextStream, QString, QTableWidget.

    Try to come back with specific technical questions, not with a task description.

    Johannes

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