Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module T250. This module is presented on Private Courses
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Snit is a pure Tcl object and megawidget system. It's unique among Tcl object systems in that it's based not on inheritance but on delegation. In this module we examine what that means in pracise, and how we can make full use of the flexibiity and addiitonal powers provided by snit as we build suites of applications.
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Topics covered in this module
Introduction and hello Snit world.
Delegation not inheritance and what that means.
Snit Type generation, and pragmatic control.
Constructor, destructor, method and option definition.
How to delegate.
Type (static) and Object (dynamic) commands
Callbacks with Snit.
Using Snit with Tk and widgets
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