Converting Unicode to integer

Nikola Plejic Nikola.Plejic at
Wed Aug 28 10:47:52 CEST 2002

I did it! I can't believe it, but I did it! :)

Here's the handler code:

def handler(**kw):
    a = txt.text
    b = txt2.text
    c = str(int(a)+int(b))
    lbl.text = c

So obvious ;).

Thanks for your help, I really appreciate it!

"Nikola Plejic" <zweistein at> wrote in message
news:f003aff3.0208270106.116fe6f9 at
> Is it possible to convert an Unicode string to an integer? I'm working
> on a program in AnyGUI and it seems to make everything in TextLabels
> an Unicode string, and if I try to add i.e. 2 numbers (let's say 2 and
> 3) I get 23 instead of 5.
> I tried using int() but that doesn't seem to work.
> Thanks for your help!

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