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jeron116-Jan-24 6:39
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To me anyway, your for loop test seems tailored to the actual counts of items and subitems, what if each QStringList had 15 strings instead of 4?

Couldn't you use containers analogous to stl contianers
something along the lines of;
QList<QStringList> myList;

QStringList strlist1 = { "Blah1", "Blah2", "Blah3" };
QStringList strlist2 = { "Blah4", "Blah5", "Blah6" };
QStringList strlist3 = { "Blah7", "Blah8", "Blah9" };

myList.push_back(strList1);
myList.push_back(strList2);
myList.push_back(strList3);

  for (int mainIndex = 0; mainIndex < myList.size(); mainIndex++)
  {
     // do item stuff
  
     for (int subIndex = 0; subIndex < myList[mainIndex].size(); subIndex++)
     {
        // do some sub item stuff
     }
  }

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