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This file contains an index denoting which controls and concepts can be
found in which subdiretories.
-The text of this tutorial is contained in the files within this directory
-tree, with most of the text in comments in the individual programs. At some
-point the text of the tutorial may be extracted and incorporated into the
-ooDialog documentation, a programmer's guide, and / or added to the ooRexx
+The text of this tutorial is contained in the program files within this
+directory tree, with most of the text in comments in the individual
+programs. At some point the text of the tutorial may be extracted and
+incorporated into the ooDialog documentation, a programmer's guide, and / or
+added to the ooRexx Wiki.
+Sometimes heavily commented programs prevent the programmer from being able
+to easily follow the flow of the program. Because of that, many of the
+programs in the tutorial will have an uncommented version of the program
+contained in the same directory. The uncommented version will have "_uc" in
+the program name. I.e., the program aaBcdeF_uc.rex is the uncommented
+version of the aaBcdeF.rex program.
In ooDialog, as in most things, there are often several ways to accomplish
the same thing. Currently, this tutorial is written from the perspective of
@@ -47,12 +54,17 @@
upon at all, or that demonstrate an alternative method of doing something in
+NOTE that routines and methods not defined in a program file are routines or
+methods provided by the ooDialog framework. To fully understand the
+arguments to those routines or methods, please consult the ooDialog
+Reference book. The PDF version of this book is oodialog.pdf and is
+installed with your ooDialog installation.
001.intro - Simple user dialog, Ok / Cancel buttons, Ok / Cancel methods,
-edit control, UserDialog
+ edit control, UserDialog