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QTableView - where to get model?
sequence last edited by sequence
I want to implement a simple table view to which my program would then export data from a text file to show. However, after making a window with QTableView in Qt Designer there is only a blank white space and nothing like a table. Can you please help me with the following:
- How does one set a model for QTableView? Where does that model come from?
- How does one export data to QTableView cells after they are created?
Would appreciate your help.
Buks last edited by Buks
data = TableData() table.setModel(data)
where data derives from QAbstractTableModel e.g.
class TableData(QAbstractTableModel): def __init__(self, parent: QObject = None): super().__init__(parent) # The number of rows to display def rowCount(self, parent: QModelIndex = QModelIndex()): return 3 # The number of columns to display def columnCount(self, parent: QModelIndex = QModelIndex()): return 3 # Return the data you want to display in the table (could be stored e.g. in a list of tuples) def data(self, index: QModelIndex, role: int = Qt.DisplayRole) -> object: if role == Qt.DisplayRole: return index.row() * 10 + index.column() return None