tkCommonDialog
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/usr/lib/python2.2/lib-tk/tkCommonDialog.py

# Instant Python
# $Id: tkCommonDialog.py,v 1.5 2000/10/23 18:31:14 fdrake Exp $
#
# base class for tk common dialogues
#
# this module provides a base class for accessing the common
# dialogues available in Tk 4.2 and newer.  use tkFileDialog,
# tkColorChooser, and tkMessageBox to access the individual
# dialogs.
#
# written by Fredrik Lundh, May 1997
#

 
Modules
            
os
sys
_tkinter
 
Classes
            
Dialog
 
class Dialog
       
   Methods defined here:
__init__(self, master=None, **options)
_fixoptions(self)
_fixresult(self, widget, result)
show(self, **options)

Data and non-method functions defined here:
__doc__ = None
__module__ = 'tkCommonDialog'
command = None
 
Data
             ACTIVE = 'active'
ALL = 'all'
ANCHOR = 'anchor'
ARC = 'arc'
BASELINE = 'baseline'
BEVEL = 'bevel'
BOTH = 'both'
BOTTOM = 'bottom'
BROWSE = 'browse'
BUTT = 'butt'
CASCADE = 'cascade'
CENTER = 'center'
CHAR = 'char'
CHECKBUTTON = 'checkbutton'
CHORD = 'chord'
COMMAND = 'command'
CURRENT = 'current'
DISABLED = 'disabled'
E = 'e'
END = 'end'
EW = 'ew'
EXCEPTION = 8
EXTENDED = 'extended'
FALSE = 0
FIRST = 'first'
FLAT = 'flat'
GROOVE = 'groove'
HORIZONTAL = 'horizontal'
INSERT = 'insert'
INSIDE = 'inside'
LAST = 'last'
LEFT = 'left'
MITER = 'miter'
MOVETO = 'moveto'
MULTIPLE = 'multiple'
N = 'n'
NE = 'ne'
NO = 0
NONE = 'none'
NORMAL = 'normal'
NS = 'ns'
NSEW = 'nsew'
NUMERIC = 'numeric'
NW = 'nw'
OFF = 0
ON = 1
OUTSIDE = 'outside'
PAGES = 'pages'
PIESLICE = 'pieslice'
PROJECTING = 'projecting'
RADIOBUTTON = 'radiobutton'
RAISED = 'raised'
READABLE = 2
RIDGE = 'ridge'
RIGHT = 'right'
ROUND = 'round'
S = 's'
SCROLL = 'scroll'
SE = 'se'
SEL = 'sel'
SEL_FIRST = 'sel.first'
SEL_LAST = 'sel.last'
SEPARATOR = 'separator'
SINGLE = 'single'
SOLID = 'solid'
SUNKEN = 'sunken'
SW = 'sw'
StringTypes = (<type 'str'>, <type 'unicode'>)
TOP = 'top'
TRUE = 1
TclError = 'TclError'
TclVersion = 8.3000000000000007
TkVersion = 8.3000000000000007
UNITS = 'units'
VERTICAL = 'vertical'
W = 'w'
WORD = 'word'
WRITABLE = 4
X = 'x'
Y = 'y'
YES = 1
__file__ = '/usr/lib/python2.2/lib-tk/tkCommonDialog.pyc'
__name__ = 'tkCommonDialog'