[Tutor] Misunderstanding the Entry Widget
alan.gauld at btinternet.com
Sun Mar 8 10:11:58 CET 2009
"Wayne Watson" <sierra_mtnview at sbcglobal.net> wrote
> Signature.htmlAnother thought occurred to me about this situation.
> Suppose I have a dialog with two Entry objects in a dialog object
> called TwoEntries:
> entry1 = Entry(master, width=10).grid(row=4, column=1)
> entry2 = Entry(master, width=10).grid(row=5, column=1)
> and I do not use a StringVar to return the values entered.
> Is it possible to reach inside TwoEntries, after returning from it,
> and grab entry1 and 2? It would seem so if the call was
Sure, just use
x = dialog.entry1.get()
y = dialog.entry2.get()
There really is nothing special going on.
> I have no idea of the history of these variables, but they have
> very limited descriptions and examples.
I assume because they have a very simple and specific purpose.
There is probably more on them if you look at the original Tcl/Tk
documentation. Remember Tkinter is just a wrapper arpund Tcl/Tkl
and Tk has been around for a long time (20 years now)
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