Re: Dynamic GUI problem II.

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• Subject: [mg89445] Re: Dynamic GUI problem II.
• From: dh <dh at metrohm.ch>
• Date: Mon, 9 Jun 2008 06:22:54 -0400 (EDT)
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Hi Zac,

to set up an vector of sliders with given initial positions is rather easy:

n=3;

a=Table[RandomReal[],{n}];

Slider[#,ImageSize->50]&/@a

However, it becames tricky, if you want assign variable to these

Sliders. We must first define the sliders and then give values to the

variables. First we need to gave a name the the variables. We may use

array: vars = Array[v, {n}]; To make them dynamic: vars = Dynamic /@

vars; To define the sliders: x=(Slider[#,ImageSize->50]&/@vars); And

know we can give values to the varibales:

necessary, otherwise we would change a part of Dynamic[..]. Finally we

may display the sliders. All together:

n=3;

Remove[vars,a,x,v];

a=Table[RandomReal[],{n}];

vars=Array[v,{n}]; vars=Dynamic/@vars;

x=(Slider[#,ImageSize->50]&/@vars);

x

Dynamic/@vars

zac wrote:

> Dear Group,

>

> another GUI related question.

> How to save a list of dynamic values into one variable after allowing

> the user to input them through e.g. separate sliders, when the actual

> length of the list (and number of sliders) is not determined

> preceedingly (here it is 3, but say it can change)?

>

> n = 3;

> a = Table[RandomReal[], {n}];

> x = Table[Slider[a[[i]], ImageSize -> 50], {i, n}]

> Dynamic[Setting[x]]

>

> The last line of code clearly won't work, since all sliders were

> called without any dynamic content.

> Any suggestions?

>

> Istvan Zachar

>

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