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    Hi,
    I am in need of working wtih QT. which is totally new to me.
    I am basically a developer in windows environment. Is there any difference for the tool developed in QT and windows? or both will work in the same way?

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    Default Re: QT on windows

    One major difference is - code using Qt and it will work on almost all the major platforms.

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    Thanks munna. is there any classes that is not supported in linux environment and not in windows

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    Default Re: QT on windows

    Qt is cross platform. All the classes that don't implement platform specific things (like DBUS and session management for Unix or ActiveX framework for Windows) are cross-platform. If anything is not cross platform, it is mentioned in the docs.

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