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Re: How Can I Include a Button in a Manipulate


You could do something like

Manipulate[Module[{p},
  q; p = RandomInteger[max, {height, width}];
  p // TableForm],
 {{width, 3}, Range[8], SetterBar},
 {{height, 3}, Range[8], SetterBar},
 {{max, 4}, Range[10], SetterBar},
 {{q, False}, ControlType -> None},
 Control[Button["Regenerate", q = Not[q]]]
 ]

Heike

On 22 Jul 2011, at 02:07, Gregory Lypny wrote:

> Hello everyone,
> 
> I have a Manipulate that generates a random integer or integers 
> depending on the user's choice of parameters in a number of setter 
> bars.  I'd like to include a button in the Manipulate's output pane 
> that allows the user to generate a new result by generating a new random 
> number while keeping all of the parameters in the setter bar the same.  
> Can that be done?
> 
> 
> Regards,
> 
> Gregory
> 



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