QPR boss Paulo Sousa was satisfied to come away with a point from a tough midweek trip to Cardiff.
Michael Chopra and Ross McCormack came closest to breaking the deadlock for the hosts while ex-Bluebird Wayne Routledge provided Rangers' main threat, but both sides had to settle for a goalless draw.
"We played very well against a team that wants to be in the Premier League next season," said Sousa.
"After last week's poor performance against Ipswich, we showed everyone that we can play good football. We have played well and created a lot of chances but we still need to win these games.
"When we don't get three points after playing so well it is frustrating but I'm always proud of the players, especially after coming here to a difficult place and doing so well."
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