Source code for questionary.prompts.rawselect

from typing import Sequence, Optional, Any, Union, Dict

from prompt_toolkit.styles import Style

from questionary.prompts import select
from questionary.prompts.common import Choice
from questionary.question import Question

[docs]def rawselect( message: str, choices: Sequence[Union[str, Choice, Dict[str, Any]]], default: Optional[str] = None, qmark: str = DEFAULT_QUESTION_PREFIX, pointer: Optional[str] = DEFAULT_SELECTED_POINTER, style: Optional[Style] = None, **kwargs: Any, ) -> Question: """Ask the user to select one item from a list of choices using shortcuts. The user can only select one option. Example: >>> import questionary >>> questionary.rawselect( ... "What do you want to do?", ... choices=[ ... "Order a pizza", ... "Make a reservation", ... "Ask for opening hours" ... ]).ask() ? What do you want to do? Order a pizza 'Order a pizza' .. image:: ../images/rawselect.gif This is just a really basic example, the prompt can be customised using the parameters. Args: message: Question text. choices: Items shown in the selection, this can contain :class:`Choice` or or :class:`Separator` objects or simple items as strings. Passing :class:`Choice` objects, allows you to configure the item more (e.g. preselecting it or disabling it). default: Default return value (single value). qmark: Question prefix displayed in front of the question. By default this is a ``?``. pointer: Pointer symbol in front of the currently highlighted element. By default this is a ``»``. Use ``None`` to disable it. style: A custom color and style for the question parts. You can configure colors as well as font types for different elements. Returns: :class:`Question`: Question instance, ready to be prompted (using ``.ask()``). """ return message, choices, default, qmark, pointer, style, use_shortcuts=True, use_arrow_keys=False, **kwargs, )