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'''English''' [[How_to_Add_Holidays_to_QCalendarWidget_Bulgarian|Български]]
 
 
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The following source code marks the 3rd of March 2013 in a {{DocLink|QCalendarWidget}} as a Holiday using the same style as weekends with {{DocLink|QTextCharFormat}}.
= How to Add Holidays to QCalendarWidget =
 
 
 
The following source code marks 3 March 2013 at [http://doc.qt.io/qt-5.0/qtwidgets/qcalendarwidget.html QCalendarWidget] as a Holiday using the same weekends' [http://doc.qt.io/qt-5.0/qtgui/qtextcharformat.html QTextCharFormat].
 
  
 
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QDate date(2013,3,3);
 
QDate date(2013,3,3);
 
QTextCharFormat format = myCalendarWidget->weekdayTextFormat(Qt::Saturday);
 
QTextCharFormat format = myCalendarWidget->weekdayTextFormat(Qt::Saturday);
 
 
myCalendarWidget->setDateTextFormat(date, format);
 
myCalendarWidget->setDateTextFormat(date, format);
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Latest revision as of 19:28, 11 September 2017

The following source code marks the 3rd of March 2013 in a QCalendarWidget as a Holiday using the same style as weekends with QTextCharFormat.

QDate date(2013,3,3); QTextCharFormat format = myCalendarWidget->weekdayTextFormat(Qt::Saturday); myCalendarWidget->setDateTextFormat(date, format);