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Thanks
I think you may have answered my question.

The line is just to test validity of the function.
Run_DDD_OPTION(testWidget); // runs fine


addAction(tr("&Device Discovery Dialog(modified Bluetooth scanner)"),
   this,
   MainWindow::Run_DDD_OPTION
   );


The above code works IF "&" is prefixed ,
HOWEVER I like to make that parameter of "addAction" variable, more versatile.

And that is why I am having issues, hence my post.

&MainWindow::Run_DDD_OPTION


So my question would be
if this works without parameter
why do I need to return a pointer ?
I presume it would be same as the passed parmeter type.


Run_DDD_OPTION



Now again , I just do not want to "cut and paste" without knowing why.
Thanks for your contribution.
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