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Could someone please paste some program in wxPython that uses inharitance. I
would be very thankfull.

Nov 15 '07 #1
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SMALLp wrote:
Could someone please paste some program in wxPython that uses inharitance. I
would be very thankfull.
Please read this:
<URL:http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html>

Then ask again.

/W
Nov 15 '07 #2

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On Nov 15, 8:57 pm, Wildemar Wildenburger
<lasses_w...@klapptsowieso.netwrote:
>
Please read this:
<URL:http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html>

Then ask again.

/W
Give me back the old comp.lang.python, where anyone could ask anything
and be sure of a range of replies, instead of this sort of
pedanticism. Sorry, nothing personal, maybe Python users have become
too professional and geeky to remember that Python's main objective is
fun, that is why it is called Python.

Telling the asker to go and learn how to ask properly is not fun, it
reeks of arrogance, high handedness and rejection of newcomers.
Nothing personal Wildemar, I have seen lots of others reply in a
similar fashion. Am I alone in thinking this group has changed in
these ways?

Tony
Nov 15 '07 #3

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On Nov 15, 8:38 pm, "SMALLp" <po...@email.t-com.hrwrote:
Could someone please paste some program in wxPython that uses inharitance. I
would be very thankfull.
HI SMALLp: welcome to Python!

Here is a link that shows some basics of inheritance in Wx, try other
searches on Google:)

http://www.ibiblio.org/obp/py4fun/gui/wxPhone.html

Hope this helps

Tony
Nov 15 '07 #4

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On Nov 15, 2:38 pm, "SMALLp" <po...@email.t-com.hrwrote:
Could someone please paste some program in wxPython that uses inharitance. I
would be very thankfull.
Most examples of wxPython use inheritance. I would recommend going to
their website and downloading the demo as it has lots of code to learn
from.

www.wxpython.org

They also have a mostly helpful wiki here:

http://wiki.wxpython.org/

Also see:

http://zetcode.com/wxpython/
http://showmedo.com/videos/series?na...eginnersSeries
http://www.onlamp.com/pub/a/python/e.../wxpython.html
http://www.linuxjournal.com/article/3776

Mike
Nov 15 '07 #5

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Tony wrote:
On Nov 15, 8:57 pm, Wildemar Wildenburger
Give me back the old comp.lang.python, where anyone could ask anything
and be sure of a range of replies, instead of this sort of
pedanticism. Sorry, nothing personal, maybe Python users have become
too professional and geeky to remember that Python's main objective is
fun, that is why it is called Python.
Looking at the two other replies so far (by you and kyosohma), I don't
see much that a regular google search and some personal investigation
wouldn't have brought up. I'm a big fan of people showing problem
solving skills, because they make for much more interesting discussions.

It is true that I could have been way more polite. And I should have
been. I'm sorry. But I still maintain that this question was not very
polite either. It was one of these "give me a solution"-type questions
that I find rather annoying. And maybe hanging out at
c.l.java.programmer hardened me a bit.

Well anyway, I'll try to be at least a little wordier in the future. :)

/W
Nov 16 '07 #6

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On 11/16/07, Shawn Milochik <Sh***@milochik.comwrote:
I completely support Wildemar. Lazy questions like that deserve absolutely
nothing.

I agree that cushioning the reply with a brief explanation of why that
question sucks would have helped the original poster, but he doesn't deserve
any effort from any of us until he has shown evidence of his own efforts.
Then he will find a lot of friendly help.
How do you know that he hasn't investigated this? Maybe all the
google examples he found suck or he still has questions. *He* should
have been wordier too, but you are assuming a lot.

That being said, if he doesn't reply back my assumption is that he was
just a troll, trying to ellicit a response similar Wildemar's. (which
is all the more the reason to *not* respond in such a way)
Nov 18 '07 #7

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ky******@gmail.com wrote:
On Nov 15, 2:38 pm, "SMALLp" <po...@email.t-com.hrwrote:
>Could someone please paste some program in wxPython that uses inharitance. I
would be very thankfull.

Most examples of wxPython use inheritance. I would recommend going to
their website and downloading the demo as it has lots of code to learn
from.

www.wxpython.org

They also have a mostly helpful wiki here:

http://wiki.wxpython.org/

Also see:

http://zetcode.com/wxpython/
http://showmedo.com/videos/series?na...eginnersSeries
http://www.onlamp.com/pub/a/python/e.../wxpython.html
http://www.linuxjournal.com/article/3776

Mike
Also, the newsgroup gmane.comp.python.wxpython is excellent for help and
advice
Nov 18 '07 #8

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On Nov 17, 12:41 am, Wildemar Wildenburger
<lasses_w...@klapptsowieso.netwrote:
It is true that I could have been way more polite.
I don't see how. You said "please" read it. You didn't make fun of
the poor spelling and said nothing rude.

I can't agree that the response "reeks of arrogance." I've seen the
same thing said far more agressively.

You have to teach students as you find them. Clearly the querent
first needs to be taught how to ask questions. If (s)he took the time
to read the link you supplied (s)he will be rewarded by getting better
responses not only on this group but on usenet groups generally (and
probably IRL as well).
Nov 19 '07 #9

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