This chapter covers
■ Placing objects on a clipboard
■ Using the drop target
■ Transferring and retrieving custom data objects
■ Setting timed events using wx.Timer
■ Writing multithreaded wxPython applications
After seventeen chapters and over five hundred pages, we still haven't covered everything that wxPython can do. In this chapter, we'll cover features that, while useful, aren't large enough to justify an entire chapter on their own. They include how to work with objects for clipboards, drag and drop operations, timers, and how to implement multithreading.
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