Stopping a loop with user input. in curses
Raymond Arthur St. Marie II of III
rastm2 at aol.commorespam
Tue Jul 22 10:52:03 CEST 2003
>After trying the code, I got the same problem...
Ray says>> not really the same problem.
Last time you couldn't stop the function.
This time you couldn't get it to display with out a key press.
You see that right? : )
>...which prompted me to
>post to the newsgroup. The clock would properly display but it
>wouldn't update every second. If I hit the up-arrow key (or any
>other key besides 'q'),
Ray says>> But did it quit or close when you would hit 'q',
wait I know it did 'cuz' it does now - stupid question.Sorry.
>the program would then update the time. I
>would have to continuously hit a key to get the clock to update
Ray says>> Good to know because the
only curses I get to work with are the
ones I use when I am having a frusrtating
problem like you were facing. : )
>I have a theory about programming in curses which I've described to
>yet another Ray [...]
Ray says >> Hi Alex
You got your answer to the second part of the problem from--
From: "Dr. Peer Griebel" griebel at konzept-is.de
Credit where credit is due !
Thank you Doctor, and thank you Alex.
You both taught me that...
if you don't HAVE half the answer then you don't haLve the answer.
cut in halves by a big L---ooser --> me.
little pun there sorry
i will shut up now.
No wait a minute Yes
Yes if you don't haLve the answer then
keep breaking it down till ya do.
Thats it I think
Ray St. Marie
Rastm2 at aol.com
HA = Half Answer (problem???)
L = link
VE = Very Easy
I'm hurting my self.
In Python there are no real problems, are there?? Just bad posts!
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