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PyQt5 How to get data from current row of QTableView
behruz montazeri last edited by behruz montazeri
if i write :
name = self.tableView.model().data(index)
it back me a string of the current cell so i want the specific cell which is column 1
def contextMenu(self,pos): index = self.tableView.currentIndex() row = index.row name = self.tableView.model().data(self.tableView.model().index(row, 1)) #when it comes to this line program execution stop without sending error
Denni 0 Banned last edited by Denni 0
To help you trouble shoot this I would suggest you do the following so that you are sure of what your are getting:
NewIndex = self.tableView.model().index(row, 1) print('Index is :',NewIndex) Name = self.tableView.model().data(NewIndex)
Then you can see what your NewIndex is and/or see if it is working correctly as I would be pretty confident that giving the latter function a valid Index gets the value I would be expecting in the Name variable since it does this fine already. Thus this means perhaps what that internal piece is returning is not what you are expecting.
behruz montazeri last edited by
index = self.tableView.currentIndex() NewIndex = self.tableView.model().index(index.row(), 0)
I must write index.row() with parenthesis.
Now it works.Thanks