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Is it possible to create pythoncard textField components
dynamically during run time ?

Something on the lines of

pseudo code :

def make_textfield( length,topleftp osx,topleftposy ):
doit

self.make_textf ield(120,20,20)
Thanks for any ideas.


Aug 17 '06 #1
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DarkBlue wrote:
Is it possible to create pythoncard textField components
dynamically during run time ?

Something on the lines of

pseudo code :

def make_textfield( length,topleftp osx,topleftposy ):
doit

self.make_textf ield(120,20,20)
Thanks for any ideas.
The noresource.py sample that ships with PythonCard shows how to add
components at runtime.

HTH

Aug 17 '06 #2

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