Tkinter callback arguments

Alf P. Steinbach alfps at start.no
Wed Nov 4 10:45:51 CET 2009


* Gabriel Genellina:
> En Wed, 04 Nov 2009 04:50:42 -0300, Alf P. Steinbach <alfps at start.no> 
> escribió:
> 
>> * Gabriel Genellina:
>>>  I don't understand either. R1 and R2 have *different* semantics.
>>
>> Assume that they have the very exact same semantics  --  like two TV 
>> sets that look the same and work the same except when you open 'em up 
>> and poke around in there, oh holy cow, in this one there's stuff that 
>> isn't in the other.
> 
>>
>>> They don't behave the same.
>>
>> Assume that they do  --  except when you go poking into the innards.
> 
> And the problem is...?
> That the internal details are different? Who cares?
> (I'm lost now.)

It's a common Usenet phenomenon: the warping thread.

Context is lost.

It is available by going back up-thread but at the cost of some work. :-)


Cheers & hth.,

- Alf



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