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NAME

       widget_calendar - widget::calendar Megawidget

SYNOPSIS

       package require Tcl  8.4

       package require Tk  8.4

       package require widget  ?3.0?

       widget::calendar pathname ?options?

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DESCRIPTION

       This  package  provides  a  calendar  megawidget  (snidget).  It makes use of the Tile/Ttk
       themed widget set.

       widget::calendar pathname ?options?

WIDGET OPTIONS

       -command
              A script to evaluate when a date was selected.

       -dateformat
              The format of the date that is returned. Default: %m/%d/%Y.

       -firstday
              Set first day the week, Either sunday or monday. It defaults to monday.

       -font  Select the font used in the widget. It defaults to Helvetica 9.

       -highlightcolor
              Selects the background color for the day that has been selected. Default: #FFCC00

       -language
              Specify  language  of  the  calendar  contents.  The  language  is   specified   by
              abbreviations  of  the  languge,  for  example:  en  - english, de - german ...  It
              defaults to en.

              Supported languages: en, de, fr, it, es, pt, ru, sv, zh, fi

       -shadecolor
              Selects the color of the parts that have a shaded background. Default: #888888

       -showpast
              Specify if the past shall be shown. It is a boolean value and defaults to 1.

       -textvariable
              Specifies the name of a variable whose  value  is  linked  to  the  entry  widget's
              contents.   Whenever the variable changes value, the widget's contents are updated,
              and vice versa.

WIDGET COMMAND

       pathname get what

       Returns part of the selected date or 'all'. The argument  what  selects  the  part.  Valid
       values for what are: day, month, year and all, ┬┤all' is the default.

EXAMPLE

              package require widget::calendar ; # or widget::all
              set t [widget::calendar .t]
              pack $t -fill x -expand 1

KEYWORDS

       megawidget, snit, widget