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Old 07-17-2005, 11:03 AM   #1
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KDevelop Reading Material

Does anybody know where to get some good books/tutorials for KDevelop/Qt Designer? I read the tutorials on their sites, but can't find much else. Thanks.
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In the treeview on the left side, you should see some books that you can unfold and that contain documentation included with KDevelop--almost 500 pages that can help you in almost every development situation. The second folder in that tree contains books with the API documentation of the Qt and KDE libraries.
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I'm sorry. I don't see the books. What version of KDevelop are you using?

I found this tutorial to be useful.

What I'm looking for, in specific, are some good books/tutorials on C++ with an emphasis on KDE (or Linux programming).



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