Tkinter design problem

Joseph Andrew Knapka jknapka at earthlink.net
Mon Sep 3 02:46:44 CEST 2001


Greg Krohn wrote:
> 
> If you bind your callback it sends back an event argument that has
> the 'widget' attribute. That is the widget that called it.

And if you want to just use the "command" option, pass it
a curried function. There have been several recent threads
on this matter; see for example

<URL:
http://groups.google.com/groups?q=curry+Tkinter&hl=en&group=comp.lang.python.*&safe=off&rnum=3&selm=883789430D7C67FB.FA326A678A0C41A4.D1F2B5C5A5172BAC%40lp.airnews.net>

Oh well, that URL got chopped to bits, but googlegrouping for
"curry Tkinter" will get you there.

Cheers,

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