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WidgetDemo(3)		       User Contributed Perl Documentation		    WidgetDemo(3)

       WidgetDemo() - create a standard widget demonstration window.

	use WidgetDemo;
	my $TOP = $MW->WidgetDemo(
	    -name	      => $demo,
	    -text	      => 'Learn how to write a widget demonstration!',
	    -title	      => 'WidgetDemo Demonstration',
	    -iconname	      => 'WidgetDemo',
	    -geometry_manager => 'grid',
	    -font	      => $FONT,

       This constructor builds a standard widget demonstration window, composed of three frames.
       The top frame contains descriptive demonstration text.  The bottom frame contains the
       "Dismiss" and "See Code" buttons.  The middle frame is demonstration container, which came
       be managed by either the pack or grid geometry manager.

       The -text attribute is supplied to a Label widget, which is left-adjusted with -wraplength
       set to 4 inches.  If you require different specifications then pass an array to -text; the
       first element is the text string and the remaining array elements are standard Label
       widget attributes - WidgetDemo will rearrange things as required..

	   -text => ['Hello World!', qw/-wraplength 6i/],

       Steve Lidie <Stephen.O.Lidie@Lehigh.EDU>

       lusol@Lehigh.EDU, LUCC, 97/02/11 lusol@Lehigh.EDU, LUCC, 97/06/07
       Stephen.O.Lidie@Lehigh.EDU, LUCC, 97/06/07
	. Add Delegates() call that obviates the need for Top().  Many thanks to
	  Achim Bohnet for this patch.
	. Fix -title so that it works.

       Copyright (C) 1997 - 1998 Stephen O. Lidie. All rights reserved.

       This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same
       terms as Perl itself.

perl v5.16.3				    2014-06-10				    WidgetDemo(3)
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