Doc - More of Part 5

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parent 9549205c
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which we subclass in this chapter, to implement a FindDialog class.
\section1 Designing \c FindDialog
\section1 Designing The FindDialog
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\section1 Implementing \c FindDialog
\section1 Implementing The FindDialog Class
Let's look at \c{FindDialog}'s header file. Here, we need to provide
private members for the class so that we can access the widgets freely
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we clear the contents of \c lineEdit and hide the dialog.
\snippet examples/addressbook-sdk/part5/finddialog.cpp findClicked
The \c findText variable has a public getter function, \c getFindText(),
associated with it. Since we only ever set \c findText directly in both
the constructor and in hte \c findClicked() function, we do not create a
setter function to accompany \c getFindText(). Because \c getFindText() is
public, classes instantiating and using \c FindDialog can always access the
search string that the user has entered and accepted.
\snippet examples/addressbook-sdk/part5/finddialog.cpp getFindText
\section1 The AddressBook Class
*/
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}
//! [findClicked]
//! [getFindText]
QString FindDialog::getFindText()
{
return findText;
}
//! [getFindText]
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