tkinter text widget question

rafi rafi at free.fr
Sun Aug 21 20:41:57 CEST 2005


William Gill wrote:
> The tkinter text widget uses indexes to identify row:column offsets 
> within the text, but it seems counter intuitive to have to convert row 
> and column integers to a string like "0.1'.  It's great that index can 
> take a string, but what about looping through rows and columns?  Am I 
> missing a way to use integers directly, or should I create a class that 
> takes the two integers and returns them formatted as the proper string?

tkinter relies on tk that is for tcl at first, and in tcl every thing is 
a string (more or less).

"%s.%s" % (row, column)

should answer your problem easily

my 2 cents

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rafi

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