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QShowEvent - Event which is sent when a widget is shown
The QShowEvent class provides an event which is sent when a widget is shown.
There are two kinds of show events: show events caused by the window system (spontaneous)
and internal show events. Spontaneous show events are sent just after the window system
shows the window, including after a top-level window has been shown (un-iconified) by the
user. Internal show events are delivered just before the widget becomes visible.
See also QHideEvent and Event Classes.
MEMBER FUNCTION DOCUMENTATION
Constructs a QShowEvent.
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