In this article we will see how we can implement the timer event for the QCalendarWidget. A timer event is sent to the calendar when the calendars startTimer interval is over. This event handler can be reimplemented in a subclass to receive calendar startTimer events which are passed in the event parameter.
Below is the Calendar class code
# QCalendarWidget Class class Calendar(QCalendarWidget): # constructor def __init__(self, parent=None): super(Calendar, self).__init__(parent) # overriding the timer event # this will show the next month def timerEvent(self, event): # show the next month window.calendar.showNextMonth()
1. Create a Calendar class that inherits the QCalendarWidget
2. Inside the Calendar class override the timerEvent and inside the event show the next month of calendar
3. Create a main window class
4. Create a Calendar object inside the main window
5. Set various properties to the calendar
Below is the implementation
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