In message <e4296dc201e33bdf5ab084fe8d86e2d4 / ruby-forum.com>, Alex 
Ciarlillo <ac251404 / ohio.edu> writes
>I am playing around with making some sort of GUI in ruby and have settle
>on wxRuby. I stumbled across wxSugar and the sample code here:
>http://wxruby.rubyforge.org/wiki/wiki.pl?WxSugar
>but that code does not run!?
>
>It is saying that all the methods associated with Wx::Choice that he
>uses (each_string, strings[], data[], delete_if) do not exist and I have
>no clue why. I cannot find ANY documentation on wxSugar so I'm not sure
>how I'm supposed to pick it up.
>
>Also, in that example code he adds Wx::Choice and a Wx::TextCtrl, but
>how can I get to the data in these controls? I know the method is
>something like choice.get_current_selection(), but how do I reference it
>anywhere if it has no identifier or name? For example if I selected
>something from the Wx::Choice and I want that selection to print to the
>screen when I click a button, how do I access that selection in the
>button code?
>
>thanks
>-alex
>
Question for: wxruby-users / rubyforge.org ?

Regards,

Alec
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Alec Ross