This will be a 2-part presentation.
Part 1: This talk will provide an overview of the date, time and related classes of Qt (excluding timers). It will include guidance on how to efficiently construct and manage instances, how to represent a date-time and convert between representations when needed, and the pit-falls that can trip you up.
Part 2: Use QLocale will ensure your software communicates with the user in the forms and manners familiar to them. This talk presents best practice for getting good results efficiently, along with some advice on things to not take for granted.
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