[PyQt] Re: KIntNumInput question
ndbecker2 at gmail.com
Sun Dec 21 22:22:03 GMT 2008
Jim Bublitz wrote:
> On Sunday 21 December 2008 07:40:25 am Neal Becker wrote:
>> num_in = KIntNumInput (self, 0, 0, 16)
>> TypeError: too many arguments to KIntNumInput(), 1 at most expected
>> But according to
>> There are constructors taking 1,2, and 3 args. What am I missing?
>> Is there some other doc I should be looking at?
> The docs you linked are a little confusing. If you were calling __init__
> directly, you'd pass 'self'. But since you're calling the constructor
> instead, the 'self' argument isn't used.
> Since KIntNumInput is ultimately a subclass of QWidget, sip appears to
> be choosing the single argument constructor - KIntNumInput (QWidget),
> where the QWidget is 'self', and for that constructor only a single
> argument is passed.
> If you drop the 'self' argument, it should work.
> Seems like the docs should show you how to put together a constructor
num_in = KIntNumInput (0, 0, 16)
TypeError: argument 2 of KIntNumInput() has an invalid type
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