I tried qDebug, but the row and column number returned remained the same.
"Peter-Josef Meisch" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> TSC wrote:
>> void myFmr::tableClicked(int row, int col, int button, const QPoint&
>> QMessagebox::information(0, "Row and Column Number", "Row number =
>> " +
>> QString::number(row) + "Column Number = " + QString::number(column));
> The variable name "column" at the end of the statement is probably a
> typo, the variable is called col.
> I suppose the problem lies not in the slot tableClicked being passed the
> wrong parameters but in your compiler messing up the output. You should
> first use a debugger and check that the tableClicked() method is passed
> the correct values.
> You didn't say what OS and Compiler you are using. I think your compiler
> when processing
> "Row number = " + QString::number(row)
> is casting the second QString object to a (const char*).
> Try the following:
> QMessageBox::information(0, tr("Row and Column Number"), tr("Row number
> = %1, Column number = %2").arg(row).arg(col));
> Peter-Josef Meisch
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