DESCRIPTIONTk::NumEntry defines a widget for entering integer numbers. The widget also contains buttons for increment and decrement.
Tk::NumEntry supports all the options and methods that the plain NumEntry widget provides (see Tk::NumEntryPlain), plus the following options
STANDARD OPTIONSBesides the standard options of the Entry widget NumEntry supports:
-orient -repeatdelay -repeatinterval
The -orient option specifies the packing order of the increment and decrement buttons. This option can only be set at creation time.
- Name: buttons
- Class: Buttons
- Switch: -buttons
- Fallback: 1
Boolean that defines if the inc and dec buttons are visible.
- Switch: -readonly
- Fallback: 0
If -readonly is set to a true value, then the value can only be changed by pressing the increment/decrement buttons. This option can only be set at creation time.
WIDGET METHODSSubclasses of NumEntry may override the following methods to use different widgets for the composition of the NumEntry. These are: NumEntryPlainWidget (usually "NumEntryPlain"), FireButtonWidget (usually "FireButton", IncFireButtonWidget and DecFireButtonWidget. FireButtonWidget is used if IncFireButtonWidget or DecFireButtonWidget are not defined.
AUTHORGraham Barr <[email protected]>
Current maintainer is Slaven Rezic <[email protected]>.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSI would to thank Achim Bohnet <[email protected]> for all the feedback and testing. And for the splitting of the original Tk::NumEntry into Tk::FireButton, Tk::NumEntryPlain and Tk::NumEntry
COPYRIGHTCopyright (c) 1997-1998 Graham Barr. All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
Except the typo's, they blong to Achim :-)