[Tutor] tk Radiobutton example
alan.gauld at btinternet.com
Mon Feb 15 04:50:54 EST 2016
On 14/02/16 23:42, paul.hermeneutic at gmail.com wrote:
> On page 20, the variable curRad is set to a string then to a
> Radiobutton. What is the purpose of setting curRad to a string?
> for col in range(3): # 3
> curRad = 'rad' + str(col)
> curRad = tk.Radiobutton(win, text=colors[col], variable=radVar,
> value=col, command=radCall)
> curRad.grid(column=col, row=5, sticky=tk.W)
No purpose whatsoever, it looks like either a mistake or a typo.
Mostly a mistake. Is there a similar piece of code elsewhere in the book
that may have been cut n pasted and then badly edited?
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