[Tutor] Fw: Creating sub-menus?
alan.gauld at btinternet.com
Thu Jan 1 11:58:44 CET 2009
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On Wed, Dec 31, 2008 at 4:10 AM, Alan Gauld <alan.gauld at btinternet.com> wrote:
"nathan virgil" <sdragon1984 at gmail.com> wrote
Each menu is a function that prints out options, saves a raw_input as the
variable choice, and returns choice. In the main menu, each option leads to
a sub-menu. After choice is defined, however, the sub-menu "tags" the value
Yes that can all work.
Then create a loop of while choice !=q, run current_menu, and include a
bunch of statements along the lines of:
if choice == <value that leads to first sub-menu>:
current_menu = <function name for first sub-menu>
Consider using a dictionary keyed by your combined choice values.
Then the big if/elif chain shrinks to
returnValue = FuncDict[choice](params)
The only challenge with this route is making all the functions
take a single input argument. But that argument can be a tuple :-)
Dictionaries? Tuples? I just figured out functions, so I'm very new. I'm still working on understanding lists. I know what I have probably isn't the best solution for what I'm trying to do, but I'm trying to work with the little that I know.
This seems like it would work, but for some reason, every time I run the
code, it freezes after I give input from the main menu. Can anybody help? I
can show my source code, but indentation doesn't seem to copy/paste very
well, so it may be a bit hard to read...
Try putting it on the pastebin web site and sending us the URL.
That gives us colour coding of syntax too which helps read it!
It's a simple formula calculator, so the point isn't really the content. I don't have all the formulas coded in yet, but the way I see it, if I can't access the sub-menus that lead to the formulas, then it doesn't do me any good to have the formulas.
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