|Do you know where your variables are?|
Comment onby gods
|on Feb 11, 2000 at 00:06 UTC||Need Help??|
First off, thanks for the levity. But it also, as I assume you intended, points out a very valid problem.
My only response is to say that the name makes perfect sense in context. But I obviously did not supply the proper context, and perhaps it would not make perfect sense to someone else.
The id refers to a unique id that is required by each wxPerl object that is part of the application (eg textboxes, buttons, frames, etc.).
This whole thread has got me thinking on the question of whether I can assume a minimum level of knowledge about the overall application or if each module that makes up the application has to stand on its own.
Thanks for the response.
In reply to Re: Re: Exporting functions into main namespace for the benefit of other use'd modules