Constructor of widget to indicate whether a value is desired or not

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Description

A checkbox shows a value and a box to check indicating if the value is desired or not.

Usage

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gcheckbox(text, checked = FALSE, use.togglebutton=FALSE, handler = NULL, action = NULL,
container = NULL, ..., toolkit = guiToolkit())

Arguments

text

Text to show by box

checked

Logical indicating initial state of box

use.togglebutton

Logical indicating if a toggle button should be used (depresses when TRUE) in place of a check box

handler

Called when box is toggled.

action

Passed to handler

container

Optional container to attach widget to.

...

Not documented, currently has no role.

toolkit

Which toolkit to use?

Details

The value of the widget is either TRUE or FALSE.

The svalue method returns a logical indicating TRUE if the box is checked.

The svalue<- method can be used to set the value using a logical.

The "[" method returns the label on the box.

The "[<-" method can be used to change the label on the box.

The default handler is set by the addHandlerClicked method. This is called when the button is toggled. If one wishes to have the handler called only when checked to indicate TRUE, say, one should check the state of the widget in the handler (e.g., if(svalue(h$obj))).

Author(s)

John Verzani

See Also

Methods for gComponent objects are detailed in gWidgets-methods.

Event Handlers are detailed in gWidgets-handlers.

Examples

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## Not run: 
 gcheckbox("checked", container=TRUE, handler=function(h,...) {
   cat("The widget is checked?",svalue(h$obj), "\n")
})

## End(Not run)

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