The naming convention is currently used as a guide helping to finalize the API. Not all widgets listed here are implemented yet, or may be implemented using slightly different names.
In order to make its use more intuitive, EasyGUI_Qt uses a consistent naming convention.
All instructions meant to display information to a user
without getting a response back start with
The functions available are:
Note that a detailed description of all of these is given on the next page.
When a response is expected from the user, the prefixed
get_. Thus we have, in alphabetical order:
One exception to the above is the special widget used to handle exceptions, appropriately called:
Functions with no corresponding graphical component
can be used to set some global parameters; they
are prefixed by
Finally, when writing code, instead of using Python’s
help() function, one can simply use following
function which will open the API page on the
Arguments are all keyword based arguments. However, in order to enable simplified entry, they are generally listed in a consistent way.
The first argument is
message: this is the text that appears in
the window itself and is usually the most important information that
is conveyed to the user.