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blu_line 5th January 2005 08:12 AM

TCL/TK and C
 
any one familiar with TCL/TK and C here ?

grtz

Simon

jdybnis 5th January 2005 02:35 PM

I've done some work with it in the past. What do you want to know?

blu_line 5th January 2005 04:17 PM

I'd like to know how i can hadle events, like push buttons, best.

Bind an newly created TCL command to it or trap the event somehow !


Best regards

Simon

jdybnis 5th January 2005 11:54 PM

If I recall correctly, one of a button's options is the code it should to execute when it is pressed. You can set that option when you create the button or afterwards. It doesn't have to be just a command either. The code can be anything in {} block. But watch out for scoping if you include variable references in the block.

Geek 6th January 2005 12:20 PM

IIRC from when I programmed that impossible language ( :p ), TCL/Tk syntax was similar to Python's and the Python docs helped me make an audio signal generator in Tk :)


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