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This tutorial uses Qt4, PyQt4, and PyKDE4.


Thank you for following this tutorial for a simple PyKDE application.

You can find more examples in the PyKDE source.

The PyQtWiki lists some more tutorials.

Python has its own excellent Python Tutorial to learn more about the language.

When coding you should keep a web browser open with the Qt Class reference, PyKDE API class reference.

PyKDE is used a lot in Kubuntu so you may find help on the #kubuntu-devel IRC channel on freenode. You can also ask on this channel if you are looking for useful programming projects, we are always looking for help.

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