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The QLabel widget provides a text or image display. A QLabel can contain any of the following content types: Warning: When passing a QString to the constructor or calling set Text(), make sure to sanitize your input, as QLabel tries to guess whether it displays the text as plain text or as rich text, a subset of HTML 4 markup.
The visual appearance of the label can be configured in various ways, and it can be used for specifying a focus mnemonic key for another widget.
You may want to call set Text Format() explicitly, e.g.
In case you expect the text to be in plain format but cannot control the text source (for instance when displaying data loaded from the Web).
When the content is changed using any of these functions, any previous content is cleared.
By default, labels display left-aligned, vertically-centered text and images, where any tabs in the text to be displayed are automatically expanded.
However, the look of a QLabel can be adjusted and fine-tuned in several ways.
The positioning of the content within the QLabel widget area can be tuned with set Alignment() and set Indent().
Text content can also wrap lines along word boundaries with set Word Wrap().