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Get progression bar into PyQGIS 3 standalone script

When I run a treatment inside QGIS with Processing toolbox (native algorithms) I get a progression bar : Is there a way to use this percentage inside a standalone PyQGIS script? I searched in the ...
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ArcPy progessor not progressing?

I have a script too that works fine, but the progressor is not counting up at all (staying at "0%") when I run my tool, even though I can confirm it is working - I can see the products of the script ...
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QProgressDialog in QGIS 3.0 not updating

I am using a QProgressDialog to show the progress of a routine that is running. I found this very helpful question/answer how-to-show-a-moving-progress-bar-in-qgis, but I can not reproduce successful ...
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“Layer loading” progress bar

Is there a way of showing the progress when adding a layer though QgsVectorLayer(url, name, "ogr") in pyqgis? Some of the layers I am adding are quite large, and take some time to load. Excample: ...
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Creating Python code when creating tool gives ERROR 000210?

The following code won't work when I try to use it for a custom tool to transform shapefiles into a geodatabase. I get the following error message. Traceback (most recent call last): File "C:\...
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How to show a moving progress bar in QGIS

I want to sum values and during do it, a window shows progress percentage. I write below code but when I run it in qgis python console, qgis crashes. what is error in this code? from qgis.PyQt.QtGui ...
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Does progress bar of ArcPy show when code run from Python window?

I am learning the usage of SetProgressor. I used the sample code from ArcGIS guide to test, as shown below. import os import arcpy # Allow overwriting of output arcpy.env.overwriteOutput = True # ...