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Entry Field Problem

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Hi everyone I'm new to this forum!

Anyways, I am working on a program that has multiple modules. The first wall I'm hitting is the passing of entry field data (i.e. once it has been entered) into the rest of the program.

I can print out the entry field data using the get command, though accessing it internally (via memory or calling it through idle is unsuccessful). The objective I need to accomplish is to save the entry fields data to a global or at least variable in the same hierarchy as the class. I would be very appreciative in knowing how to "pass" on this entry data using a combination of the get command and all of your(s) intuition!

An example I am using is http://www.java2s.com/Code/Python/GU...teredvalue.htm

I want to save the input as a variable or in an array in the future, currently I don't know how to do that.

Thanks alot,
JP
Jun 1 '07 #1
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bartonc
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Hi everyone I'm new to this forum!

Anyways, I am working on a program that has multiple modules. The first wall I'm hitting is the passing of entry field data (i.e. once it has been entered) into the rest of the program.

I can print out the entry field data using the get command, though accessing it internally (via memory or calling it through idle is unsuccessful). The objective I need to accomplish is to save the entry fields data to a global or at least variable in the same hierarchy as the class. I would be very appreciative in knowing how to "pass" on this entry data using a combination of the get command and all of your(s) intuition!

An example I am using is http://www.java2s.com/Code/Python/GU...teredvalue.htm

I want to save the input as a variable or in an array in the future, currently I don't know how to do that.

Thanks alot,
JP
That is a very poor example. To get you started, see my Tkinter primer here.
Jun 2 '07 #2

P: 31
Thanks alot man! I figured out some of my errors which include using the return command correctly. I will look at your tutorial.

JP
Jun 2 '07 #3

bartonc
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P: 6,596
Thanks alot man! I figured out some of my errors which include using the return command correctly. I will look at your tutorial.

JP
You are welcome. Go ahead and post code (using code tags - instructions on the right hand side while posting) for error releated problems.
Jun 2 '07 #4

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