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QArgumentsParser

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Library using Qt for parsing command line arguments

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This is an arguments parser library for Qt. The only dependencies are the Qt libraries and Qt development packages.

The library is dealing with the command line arguments sent to the application.

To use the library, just pass the argc and argv to the class constructor and then indicate which are the arguments that your application is expecting, using the setKnownArguments. Once this are set, to retrieve an argument value all you have to do is to use the "get" function.

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Intended Audience

Information Technology

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2011-12-12

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