Re: Feedback messages to user using Tk

Thanks again Morton!

The code was written off the top of my head into the email (which would
explain the syntax errors, honest!) but the conceptual error is probably
where I was having the problem. I’m still a ruby nuby and my coding
ability is somewhat immature… As such any help and criticism is
welcomed and vastly appreciated!!! How else am I to learn?!

I also followed the Tk “Stopwatch” recipe in the O’Reilly Ruby cookbook
and came across the timer before, however they used TkAfter instead of
TkTimer.

Thanks again for all your help - I will keep you all posted on the
progress (if you’re interested of course)

Thanks

Gem

On Sep 28, 2006, at 5:15 AM, Cameron, Gemma (UK) wrote:

I also followed the Tk “Stopwatch” recipe in the O’Reilly Ruby
cookbook and came across the timer before, however they used
TkAfter instead of TkTimer.

TkTimer and TkAfter are one and the same. TkAfter is an alias of
TkTimer. Use whichever name you think makes your code more readable.

Thanks again for all your help - I will keep you all posted on the
progress (if you’re interested of course)

Sure, keep us posted. I’m always interested in people’s adventures
with Ruby/Tk.

Regards, Morton

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