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destroy(n)		     Tk	Built-In Commands		    destroy(n)

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NAME
       destroy - Destroy one or	more windows

SYNOPSIS
       destroy ?window window ...?
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DESCRIPTION
       This  command  deletes  the windows given by the	window arguments, plus
       all of their descendants.  If a window "."  is deleted then all windows
       will  be	 destroyed and the application will (normally) exit.  The win-
       dows are	destroyed in order, and	if an error  occurs  in	 destroying  a
       window the command aborts without destroying the	remaining windows.  No
       error is	returned if window does	not exist.

EXAMPLE
       Destroy all checkbuttons	that are direct	children of the	given widget:
	      proc killCheckbuttonChildren {parent} {
		 foreach w [winfo children $parent] {
		    if {[winfo class $w] eq "Checkbutton"} {
		       destroy $w
		    }
		 }
	      }

KEYWORDS
       application, destroy, window

Tk								    destroy(n)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | EXAMPLE | KEYWORDS

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