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Gtk+/Gnome Application Development
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Widgets

Widgets are the reason for GTK+'s existence. Widgets are subclasses of GtkWidget, which is in turn a subclass of GtkObject. A widget represents a rectangular region on the screen, and may be purely decorative, an interactive control, or a container controlling the arrangement of child widgets. the chapter called GTK+ Basics introduces GTK+ and thus widgets; the chapter called Writing a GtkWidget covers widget implementation and concepts in more detail.

GtkWidget

Library

GTK+

Header File

gtk/gtkwidget.h

Description

GtkWidget is the parent class of all widgets. Chapters the chapter called GTK+ Basics and the chapter called Writing a GtkWidget describe widgets in general terms.

GtkWidget is an abstract base class.

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