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Overview of the Maplets Package

 

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Description

Creating a Maplet

Running a Maplet

Examples

Example Maplets

Examples

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Maplets[command](arguments)

command(arguments)

Description

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The Maplets package contains commands for creating and displaying Maplet applications (point-and-click interfaces).

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To create and display Maplet applications in a point-and-click environment, use the Maplet Builder.  The Maplet Builder is available only in the Standard Worksheet interface.  For more details, see Overview of the Maplet Builder.

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The following sections describe the subpackages and commands in the Maplets package.

Creating a Maplet

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To create a Maplet application using the Maplets package, you must write a Maplet definition, which specifies the structure and behavior of the Maplet, using the commands in the Elements, Tools, and Utilities subpackages.

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The Elements subpackage contains individual components used to create a Maplet application, for example, windows, buttons, and check boxes, including options that specify their position and appearance.

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The Tools and Utilities subpackages contains additional commands used to author advanced Maplets.

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To begin learning how to write Maplets, see Roadmap to Creating Maplet Applications.

List of Maplets[Elements] Subpackage Commands

  

The following is a list of the available commands.

Action

AlertDialog

Argument

BorderLayout

BoxCell

BoxColumn

BoxLayout

BoxRow

Button

ButtonGroup

CheckBox

CheckBoxMenuItem

CloseWindow

ColorDialog

ComboBox

ConfirmDialog

DropDownBox

Evaluate

FileDialog

Font

GridCell

GridCell2

GridLayout

GridRow

HorizontalGlue

Image

InputDialog

Item

Label

ListBox

Maplet

MathMLEditor

MathMLViewer

Menu

MenuBar

MenuItem

MenuSeparator

MessageDialog

PasswordField

Plotter

PopupMenu

QuestionDialog

RadioButton

RadioButtonMenuItem

Return

ReturnItem

RunDialog

RunWindow

SetOption

Shutdown

Slider

Table

TableHeader

TableItem

TableRow

TextBox

TextField

ToggleButton

ToolBar

ToolBarButton

ToolBarSeparator

VerticalGlue

Window

 

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For more information on the commands in this subpackage, see Overview of the Maplets[Elements] Package.

List of Maplets[Tools] Subpackage Commands

  

The following is a list of the available commands.

AddAttribute

AddContent

Get

ListBoxSplit

Print

Set

SetTimeout

StartEngine

StopEngine

 

 

 

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For more information on the commands in this subpackage, see Overview of the Maplets[Tools] Package.

List of Maplets[Utilities] Subpackage Commands

  

The following is a list of the available commands.

ErrorDialog

GetFile

HelpBrowser

 

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For more information on the commands in this subpackage, see Overview of the Maplets[Utilities] Package.

Running a Maplet

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To process a Maplet definition and display the resulting Maplet application, use the Display command.

List of Maplets Package Commands

  

The following is a list of the available commands.

Display

 

 

 

Examples

withMaplets[Elements]:

SimpleMapletMapletButtonClose,Shutdown:

Maplets[Display]SimpleMaplet:

Example Maplets

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The Examples subpackage contains commands that launch interfaces to several Maple commands.

  

Note: You do not need to use the Display command to launch these Maplets.

List of Maplets[Examples] Subpackage Commands

  

The following is a list of the commands and functions available in the Maplets[Examples] subpackage.

Alert

Confirm

GetColor

GetEquation

GetExpression

GetFile

GetInput

Integration

KernelOpts

Message

Question

Selection

ShowTable

SignQuery

 

 

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For more information on the commands in this subpackage, see Overview of the Maplets[Examples] Package help page.

List of Maplets[Examples][LinearAlgebra] Subpackage Commands

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The Examples[LinearAlgebra] subpackage provides visual interfaces to some routines in the LinearAlgebra package.

  

The following is a list of available commands.

BezoutMatrix

ConditionNumber

HilbertMatrix

MatrixNorm

QRDecomposition

SingularValues

VectorNorm

 

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For more information on the commands in this package, see Overview of the Maplets[Examples][LinearAlgebra].

Examples

with(Maplets[Examples]):

GetColor();

with(Maplets[Examples][LinearAlgebra]):

QRDecomposition();

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Overview of Maplet Applications

See Also

Overview of the Maplet Builder

 


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