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Re^4: Dynamically add Optionmenus based on variable perl tk

by Anonymous Monk
on Dec 07, 2011 at 23:03 UTC ( #942341=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^3: Dynamically add Optionmenus based on variable perl tk
in thread Dynamically add Optionmenus based on variable perl tk

In the latest release of Tk you can use $options->options() to reset the list whenever you like. Here is my version of your test case

#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use Tk; my $mw = MainWindow->new; $mw->geometry("300x300"); my $var =1; my ($major, $other); my @options = ('one', 'two', 'three', 'four', 'five'); my $topics1=$mw->Radiobutton(-text =>'Selection 1', -value => '0', -variable => \$major, -command => sub {&do_smth('1')})->pack( +); my $topics2=$mw->Radiobutton(-text =>'Selection 2', -value => '1', -variable => \$major, -command => sub {&do_smth('2')})->pack() +; my $topics3=$mw->Radiobutton(-text =>'Selection 3', -value => '3', -variable => \$major, -command => sub {&do_smth('3')})->pack() +; my $options=$mw->Optionmenu( -options => [@options], -variable => \$ot +her, -command => [sub {&do_more($major, $other);}])->pack() +; MainLoop; sub do_smth{ my $selection = shift; if ($selection == 2) { $options->options ([@options, 'six' , 'seven']) } else { $options->options ([@options] ) } $var='more' unless ($selection == 2); } sub do_more{ my ($major, $other) = @_; print "do this: $other while Selection was $major\n"; }


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