__peter__ at web.de
Wed Jun 15 06:06:13 EDT 2005
Nicholas.Vaidyanathan at aps.com wrote:
[I didn't see the original post, so just in case noone mentioned it]
Nicholas, the method is not called unless you add parentheses, e. g:
>>> "1".isdigit # a bound method *always* True in a boolean context
<built-in method isdigit of str object at 0x402711c0>
>>> "1".isdigit() # True only if all chars in the string are digits
Another observation. buttonx need not be an attribute.
for y in range(4):
buttonx = ...
will just work as well, provided you don't want to keep a reference of the
last button created in the loop.
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