[Tutor] i know this should be easy

nephish nephish at xit.net
Wed Aug 17 16:11:16 CEST 2005


Jeremy Jones wrote:

> nephish wrote:
>
>> Hey there,
>> i have a simple question.
>> if something returns a true or false, how do i test for it with an if 
>> statement?
>> i am using pygtk with a toggle button that returns TRUE if checked 
>> and FALSE if not.
>> do i need quotes around the TRUE / FALSE or should i use 1 and 0?
>>
>> Auto_Tog = self.AutoCheckRaw.get_active()
>> if str(AddDay_Tog)== '1':
>>    do so and so.
>>  
>>
> If ``get_active()`` returns True or False (or 1 or 0), you could just 
> do::
>
>    if self.AutoCheckRaw.get_active():
>       do_your_True_stuff_here()
>    else:
>       do_your_False_stuff_here()
>
>
>> is this right?
>>
>> thanks
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>>
> Jeremy
>
i knew this would be an easy one.
thanks very much
shawn


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