App::Chart::Gtk2::DeleteDialog -- query user to delete symbol from database
use App::Chart::Gtk2::DeleteDialog; App::Chart::Gtk2::DeleteDialog->popup ($symbol, $parent_window);
App::Chart::Gtk2::DeleteDialog is a subclass of
Gtk2::Widget Gtk2::Container Gtk2::Bin Gtk2::Window Gtk2::Dialog Gtk2::MessageDialog App::Chart::Gtk2::DeleteDialog
App::Chart::Gtk2::DeleteDialog asks the user whether to delete a given symbol from the database and if the answer is yes then it does so.
$dialog = App::Chart::Gtk2::DeleteDialog->popup ($symbol, $parent_window)
Create and popup a dialog asking the user whether to delete
$symbol. The dialog is created modal, and transient for the given
App::Chart::Gtk2::DeleteDialog->popup ('FOO.ZZ', $toplevel);
The return value is the dialog created, but usually that can be ignored -- when the user answers it the dialog is destroyed.
$dialog = App::Chart::Gtk2::DeleteDialog->new (key=>value,...)
Create and return a
App::Chart::Gtk2::DeleteDialog. Optional key/value pairs set initial properties as per
Glib::Object->new(). The dialog is not displayed (but can be with
show in the usual way).
The stock symbol to ask the user about and delete. This can be changed while the dialog is open (and the question text updates accordingly), but doing so is likely to confuse the user.
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