IupCalendar (since 3.17)

Creates a month calendar interface element, where the user can select a date.

GTK and Windows only. NOT available in Motif.

Creation

Ihandle* IupCalendar(void); [in C]
iup.calendar{} -> (ih: ihandle) [in Lua]
calendar() [in LED]

Returns: the identifier of the created element, or NULL if an error occurs.

Attributes

TODAY (read-only): Returns the date corresponding to today in VALUE format.

VALUE: the current date always in the format "year/month/day" ("%d/%d/%d" in C). Can be set to "TODAY". Default value is the today date.

WEEKNUMBERS: Shows the number of the week along the year. Default: NO.

Callbacks

VALUECHANGED_CB: Called after the value was interactively changed by the user.

int function(Ihandle *ih); [in C]
ih:valuechanged_cb() -> (ret: number) [in Lua]

ih: identifier of the element that activated the event.


MAP_CB, UNMAP_CB, DESTROY_CB, GETFOCUS_CB, KILLFOCUS_CB, ENTERWINDOW_CB, LEAVEWINDOW_CB, K_ANY, HELP_CB: All common callbacks are supported.

Notes

In Windows, the view is changed when the month of year is clicked, so the user can select the month of the year or an year among years.

In GTK the today date is not marked in the calendar.

Examples


Windows
Classic
Windows
w/ Styles
GTK

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See Also

IupDatePick.