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/Demo/tkinter/matt/dialog-box.py

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 1from Tkinter import *
 2from Dialog import Dialog
 3
 4# this shows how to create a new window with a button in it
 5# that can create new windows
 6
 7class Test(Frame):
 8    def printit(self):
 9        print "hi"
10
11    def makeWindow(self):
12        """Create a top-level dialog with some buttons.
13
14        This uses the Dialog class, which is a wrapper around the Tcl/Tk
15        tk_dialog script.  The function returns 0 if the user clicks 'yes'
16        or 1 if the user clicks 'no'.
17        """
18        # the parameters to this call are as follows:
19        d = Dialog(
20            self,                       ## name of a toplevel window
21            title="fred the dialog box",## title on the window
22            text="click on a choice",   ## message to appear in window
23            bitmap="info",              ## bitmap (if any) to appear;
24                                        ## if none, use ""
25            #     legal values here are:
26            #      string      what it looks like
27            #      ----------------------------------------------
28            #      error       a circle with a slash through it
29            #      grey25      grey square
30            #      grey50      darker grey square
31            #      hourglass   use for "wait.."
32            #      info        a large, lower case "i"
33            #      questhead   a human head with a "?" in it
34            #      question    a large "?"
35            #      warning     a large "!"
36            #        @fname    X bitmap where fname is the path to the file
37            #
38            default=0,    # the index of the default button choice.
39                          # hitting return selects this
40            strings=("yes", "no"))
41                          # values of the 'strings' key are the labels for the
42                          # buttons that appear left to right in the dialog box
43        return d.num
44
45
46    def createWidgets(self):
47        self.QUIT = Button(self, text='QUIT', foreground='red',
48                           command=self.quit)
49        self.QUIT.pack(side=LEFT, fill=BOTH)
50
51        # a hello button
52        self.hi_there = Button(self, text='Make a New Window',
53                               command=self.makeWindow)
54        self.hi_there.pack(side=LEFT)
55
56
57    def __init__(self, master=None):
58        Frame.__init__(self, master)
59        Pack.config(self)
60        self.windownum = 0
61        self.createWidgets()
62
63test = Test()
64test.mainloop()