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       tk_popup - Post a popup menu


       tk_popup menu x y ?entry?


       This  procedure  posts  a menu at a given position on the screen and configures Tk so that
       the menu and its cascaded children can be traversed with the mouse or the keyboard.   Menu
       is  the name of a menu widget and x and y are the root coordinates at which to display the
       menu.  If entry is omitted or an empty string, the menu's upper left corner is  positioned
       at the given point.  Otherwise entry gives the index of an entry in menu and the menu will
       be positioned so that the entry is positioned over the given point.


       How to attach a simple popup menu to a widget.
              # Create a menu
              set m [menu .popupMenu]
              $m add command -label "Example 1" -command bell
              $m add command -label "Example 2" -command bell

              # Create something to attach it to
              pack [label .l -text "Click me!"]

              # Arrange for the menu to pop up when the label is clicked
              bind .l <1> {tk_popup .popupMenu %X %Y}


       bind(3tk), menu(3tk), tk_optionMenu(3tk)


       menu, popup