[Tutor] GUI new project
rabidpoobear at gmail.com
Mon Oct 23 07:32:11 CEST 2006
> On Sunday 22 October 2006 20:03, Luke Paireepinart wrote:
>>> """Create the Second ListBox"""
>>> self.lbRSSItems = Listbox(self, exportselection=0
>>> , relief=SUNKEN)
>> Because whitespace is important in python,
>> you can't arbitrarily put newlines into your text.
>> Your program is getting confused because it doesn't know what ',
>> relief=SUNKEN)' means.
>> Try putting a '\' before your newlines.
>> x = \
> I'm not an expert Luke but I thought a statement can take more than one line
> when enclosed in parentheses, square brackets or braces (also when triple
> quoted). Is this correct????
I confess, I didn't look too closely at that, and I guess I heard one
should use backslashes whenever a command goes to a new line,
and I assumed it was always true, and never tried without them!
You're right, of course, John, and I apologize to the OP. Alan had the
correct answer to the problem.
Listboxes don't take a command argument.
Hope that helps!
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