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- Qt licensed under commercial licenses is appropriate for development of proprietary/commercial software where you do not want to share any source code with third parties or otherwise cannot comply with the terms of the GNU LGPL version 3.
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Note: For open-source licensed Qt, some specific parts (modules) are not available under the GNU LGPL version 3, but under the GNU General Public License (GPL) instead. See the list of Qt modules for details. For commercial licensees, all modules are available under a single, commercial Qt license.
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