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Curses::UI::Calendar - Create and manipulate calendar widgets
Curses::UI::Widget | +----Curses::UI::Calendar
use Curses::UI; my $cui = new Curses::UI; my $win = $cui->add('window_id', 'Window'); my $calendar = $win->add( 'mycalendar', 'Calendar', -date => '2002-1-14' ); $calendar->focus(); my $date = $calendar->get();
Curses::UI::Calendar is a widget that can be used to create a calendar in which the user can select a date. The calendar widget looks like this: +----------------------+ | mmm dd yyyy | +----------------------+ | su mo tu we th fr sa | | | | 01 02 03 04 05 | | 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 | | 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 | | 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 | | 27 28 29 30 31 | +----------------------+ See exampes/demo-Curses::UI::Calendar in the distribution for a short demo.
-parent, -x, -y, -width, -height, -pad, -padleft, -padright, -padtop, -padbottom, -ipad, -ipadleft, -ipadright, -ipadtop, -ipadbottom, -title, -titlefullwidth, -titlereverse, -onfocus, -onblur For an explanation of these standard options, see Curses::UI::Widget. Remark: -width and -height can be set, but this widget really want to have its content space at a minimum size. If your -width or -height is not large enough, the widget will automatically fix its value.
· -date < DATE > This option sets the date to start with. If you do not specify a date, today's date will be used automatically. The format that you can use for this date is one of: * YYYY-M-D (e.g. 2002-1-10 or 2002-01-10) * YYYY/M/D (e.g. 2002/1/10 or 2002/01/10)) * YYYYMMDD (e.g. 20020110) * D-M-YYYY (e.g. 10-1-2002 or 10/01/2002) * D/M/YYYY (e.g. 10/1/2002 or 10/01/2002) · -onchange < CODEREF > This sets the onChange event handler for the calendar widget. If a new date is selected, the code in CODEREF will be executed. It will get the widget reference as its argument. · -drawline < CODEREF > This option specifies whether or not a line should be drawn under the calendar.
· new ( OPTIONS ) · layout ( ) · draw ( BOOLEAN ) · focus ( ) · onFocus ( CODEREF ) · onBlur ( CODEREF ) · intellidraw ( ) These are standard methods. See Curses::UI::Widget for an explanation of these. · get ( ) This method will return the currently selected date in the format 'YYYY-MM-DD'. · setdate ( DATE, [BOOLEAN] ) Set the selected date of the widget to DATE. See -date above for the possible formats. The widget will redraw itself, unless BOOLEAN has a true value. · onChange ( CODEREF ) This method can be used to set the -onchange event handler (see above) after initialization of the calendar.
· <tab> Call the 'loose-focus' routine. This will have the menubar loose its focus and return the value 'LOOSE_FOCUS' to the calling routine. · <enter>, <space> Call the 'date-select' routine. This will select the date on which the cursor is. · <cursor-left>, <h> Call the 'date-prevday' routine. This will have the date cursor go back one day. · <cursor-right, <l> Call the 'date-nextday' routine. This will have the date cursor go forward one day. · <cursor-down>, <j> Call the 'date-nextweek' routine. This will have the date cursor go forward one week. · <cursor-up>, <k> Call the 'date-prevweek' routine. This will have the date cursor go back one week. · <page-up>, <SHIFT+K> Call the 'date-prevmonth' routine. This will have the date cursor go back one month. · <page-down>, <SHIFT+J> Call the 'date-nextmonth' routine. This will have the date cursor go forward one month. · <p>, <SHIFT+H> Call the 'date-prevyear' routine. This will have the date cursor go back one year. · <n>, <SHIFT+L> Call the 'date-nextyear' routine. This will have the date cursor go forward one year. · <home>, <CTRL+A>, <c> Call the 'date-selected' routine. This will have the date cursor go to the current selected date. · <t> Call the 'date-today' routine. This will have the date cursor go to today's date.
Curses::UI, Curses::UI::Widget, Curses::UI::Common
Copyright (c) 2001-2002 Maurice Makaay. All rights reserved. Maintained by Marcus Thiesen (email@example.com) This package is free software and is provided "as is" without express or implied warranty. It may be used, redistributed and/or modified under the same terms as perl itself.