Forum: GNU Radio How to extract value from form.float_field??

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28a73d6a78bf7501ad084a5feb289aea?d=identicon&s=25 Yu-Hua Yang (Guest)
on 2009-06-06 12:04
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I did my best at searching relevant topics as well as going through to learn how to write GUI with Gnuradio but I am still
some trouble. Please bear with me as I am very new to Python and

I am currently trying to create a GUI that will allow the user to input
frequency, number of packets, packet size and then click send button to
start the tx from the USRP. I thought this would be a good excerise to
the language and classes. I am having trouble trying to extract the
user-inputted value from the forms. I really dont understand this:

self.freq = form.float_field(
            parent=self.panel, sizer=hbox, label="Freq", weight=1)

I based my code on another GUI example in the GNUradio package. Anyways,
shouldn't this set the value in the form into self.freq? But when I try
display self.freq.get_value or self.freq._get_prim_value, if I call on
self.freq like this:

        message = "frequency is at %f" % self.freq.get_value
        self._set_status_msg(message, 0)

It would error with

"float argument required"

Same kind of error occurrs if i change the display to %d, just instead
argument required"

How do I extract the freq value from the form?? Not just to display but
to be used to create a benchmark test... This is a very beginning step
seriously preventing me from progressing with my excerise. Please help.

Thank you
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