Dear esteemed Perlmonks
Using wxPerl, it is often cumbersome (and repetitive), to have many widgets added to a sizer, each one in its own line.
I have noticed on the Net, the existence of a "convenience method" called: "AddMany" (for example here: http://neveredit.sourceforge.net/apidocs/private/wx._core.Sizer-class.html#AddMany):AddMany is a convenience method for adding several items to a sizer at one time.
Is there a wxPerl implementation of this package? When I try to use it, I get:
Can't locate object method "AddMany" via package "Wx::BoxSizer" ...
Many TIA - Helen
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