martin.franklin at waii.com
Wed Mar 29 09:49:10 CEST 2000
This is one of the uses I put it to......
def some_function(self, stuff):
button - Tkinter.Button(self, command= lambda self=self, stuff='help i'm stuck': self.some_function(stuff),
If you try to pass a variable to the first function as the command from the button
eg button=Tkinter.Button(self, command=self.some_function('help me.....')
It gets executed when the button is packed (on startup) before the user presses it.....
So I guess I use it to delay a callback!?!
> > Hmm, what exactly is the use of lambda? It just isn't clickin for some reason.... Are they just syntactical candy (such as the > ternary operator ?: in C++ is syntactical candy..) or what. *ponders* Anyone who could explain it, and gimme a little example > would have
> my thanx. :)
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