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I haven't used Qt, so I don't know if I can help. It sounds like a widget is an object, but you're only passing functions and parameters. Would passing an object help?

It's even possible to pass a class's member function[^] as a parameter. I've not used this capability, so you'd have to read up on it if that's what you want.

The problem with passing a function and its parameters is that different functions take different parameters. To deal with that, I think you'd need std::function[^]. Again, that's not something I've used, but now you can look for more details.

My go-to site for C++ is here[^]. It's a bit formal, so sometimes you need to look elsewhere for explanations and examples that are easier to understand. But it will provide you with the right terminology to use when investigating something.
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