Category : model-view-controller

I have a MVC QAbstractItemModel that has drag and dropped enabled, like so: class Model(QtCore.QAbstractItemModel): # … other code … def flags(self, index): flags = super(Model, self).flags(index) flags |= QtCore.Qt.ItemIsDragEnabled | QtCore.Qt.ItemIsDropEnabled return flags This enables drag-and-drop but the drag-and-drop behavior is too permissive. In a tree like this: – root – A – B ..

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This question is more about the "purpose" of this approach. In regards to the code below: class BankingApp(tk.Tk): def __init__(self, controller, *args, **kwargs): tk.Tk.__init__(self, *args, **kwargs) tk.Tk.wm_title(self, "Banking Application") self.controller = controller container = tk.Frame(self) container.pack(side="top", fill="both", expand=True) container.grid_rowconfigure(10, weight=1) container.grid_columnconfigure(10, weight=1) self.frames = {} for F in (StartPage, RegisterPage, LoginPage, AccountDash, PersonalDetails, Deposit, Withdraw): ..

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my Django form ”’ class servicesform(forms.ModelForm): class Meta: model = services fields = [‘supplies’, ‘airport’, ‘goods’, ‘package’, ‘shipping’, ‘food’, ‘drunk’, ‘animals’, ‘additional_service’, ‘price’] widgets = {‘supplies’: forms.CheckboxInput(attrs={‘class’: ‘form-check-input’, ‘id’: ‘flexCheckDefault’} ‘airport’: forms.CheckboxInput(attrs={‘class’: ‘form-check-input’, ‘id’: ‘flexCheckDefaultt’} ‘goods’: forms.NumberInput(attrs={‘class’: ‘addservices form-control’, ‘placeholder’: ‘$’}), ‘package’: forms.NumberInput(attrs={‘class’: ‘addservices form-control’, ‘placeholder’: ‘$’}) ‘shipping’: forms.NumberInput(attrs={‘class’: ‘addservices form-control’, ‘placeholder’: ‘$’} ‘food’: forms.NumberInput(attrs={‘class’: ..

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