[Tutor] i need help please read (fwd)
dyoo at hkn.eecs.berkeley.edu
Fri Mar 24 00:35:08 CET 2006
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Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2006 15:15:11 -0800
From: Tom Bachik <beamer30 at gmail.com>
To: Danny Yoo <dyoo at hkn.eecs.berkeley.edu>
Subject: Re: [Tutor] i need help please read
no it is not homework, i havent started y idea yet but my question for now
basicly say how do you get python to make a box pop up? you no like ask you
a question or somthin. if you still dont understand i mean how do you make a
program were a box pops and does somthing when you run the preogram
On 3/22/06, Danny Yoo <dyoo at hkn.eecs.berkeley.edu> wrote:
> On Wed, 22 Mar 2006, Tom Bachik wrote:
> > ok does anyone know how to righ a script were a box pops up then if it
> > goes over a number on the screen it pops up in the box become the input
> > number so you can alter the number that popped up in the box? if you do
> > can you right it and send it to me and if you cant doit all but know how
> > i can do part will you please help me do it but remeber im new so i dont
> > know to much
> Hi Tom,
> Frankly, I'm having a very hard time understanding your question. You are
> going to have to try harder if you really want a good response from us.
> I do not mean to be mean: I simply don't understand the terms you are
> using; I'm having too hard enough time trying to parse your paragraph. My
> mental model of what you are trying to ask is not strong.
> If you want help, show us what you've tried so far, and we'll do what we
> can to point you toward resources that can help you. If this is homework,
> know that we can not do it for you.
> If you'd like pointers to tutorial resources, you may find:
> useful; this link contains most of the beginner-level tutorials. If you
> go through and work through the problems in a tutorial, you should be
> better equipped to play with Python.
> You've probably already been pointed to the "How to Ask Questions the
> Smart Way" page, but just in case, I'll be redundant and point it out:
> Reading it may help you write your question in a way that will make it
> easier to approach and answer.
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