10 examples of 'python button press' in Python

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7def press(btn):
8 if btn == "Page A": showPageA()
9 elif btn == "Page B": showPageB()
10 elif btn == "Page C": showPageC()
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97def onPress(self):
98 if self.c.onEnter is not None:
99 self.c.onEnter()
170def on_pressed(callback, args=()):
171 """ Invokes `callback` with `args` when the left button is pressed. """
172 return on_button(callback, args, [LEFT], [DOWN])
22def on_press(self, key, x, y):
23 if key != pyxel.KEY_LEFT_BUTTON:
24 return
25
26 if x % self._interval < BUTTON_SIZE and y % self._interval < BUTTON_SIZE:
27 value = (y // self._interval) * self._col + x // self._interval
28
29 if self.value != value:
30 self.value = value
31 self.call_event_handler("change", value)
30def on_button_press(self,widget,data=None):
31 print "on_button_press"
10def press(name):
11 word = win.getEntry("Word")
12 if word in trans:
13 ans = trans[word]
14 else:
15 ans = "Unknown..."
16
17 win.setLabel("l1", ans)
652def press(self, event):
653 x, y = self.whichxy(event)
654 if x > 0 and y > 0:
655 self.setcurrent(x, y)
116def _on_press(self, event):
117 if self.enabled:
118 self._value = 1
81def pressTest(self, key):
82 print( "-> Pressing " + key.upper() )
1230def _pressed(self):
1231 if self._pressed_icon is not None:
1232 self._widget.setIcon(self._pressed_icon)

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