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wxAcceleratorEntry(3erl)	     Erlang Module Definition		 wxAcceleratorEntry(3erl)

NAME
       wxAcceleratorEntry - See external documentation: wxAcceleratorEntry.

DESCRIPTION
       See external documentation: wxAcceleratorEntry .

DATA TYPES
	 wxAcceleratorEntry() :

	   An object reference, The representation is internal and can be changed without notice.
	   It can't be used for comparsion stored on disc or distributed for use on other nodes.

EXPORTS
       new() -> wxAcceleratorEntry()

	      Equivalent to new([]) .

       new(X::term() | wxAcceleratorEntry()) -> wxAcceleratorEntry()

	      See external documentation .
	      Alternatives:

	      new([Option]) -> wxAcceleratorEntry()
	      Option = {flags, integer()} | {keyCode, integer()}  |  {cmd,  integer()}	|  {item,
	      wxMenuItem:wxMenuItem()}

	      new(Entry::wxAcceleratorEntry()) -> wxAcceleratorEntry()

       getCommand(This::wxAcceleratorEntry()) -> integer()

	      See external documentation .

       getFlags(This::wxAcceleratorEntry()) -> integer()

	      See external documentation .

       getKeyCode(This::wxAcceleratorEntry()) -> integer()

	      See external documentation .

       set(This::wxAcceleratorEntry(),	Flags::integer(),  KeyCode::integer(), Cmd::integer()) ->
       ok

	      Equivalent to set(This, Flags, KeyCode, Cmd, []) .

       set(This::wxAcceleratorEntry(),	Flags::integer(),   KeyCode::integer(),   Cmd::integer(),
       Options::[Option]) -> ok

	      Types  Option = {item, wxMenuItem() (see module wxMenuItem)}

	      See external documentation .

       destroy(This::wxAcceleratorEntry()) -> ok

	      Destroys this object, do not use object again

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					 wxErlang 0.98.9		 wxAcceleratorEntry(3erl)
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