tkinter manual wanted

Scott Gingerich agingeri at prairie.nodak.edu
Thu Feb 17 14:46:32 CET 2000


It also has a ton of source code downloadable from the Manning site. 
I've had it a week and already it has been very helpful.  It has many
diagrams, and he explains every section of code. It's $50 from Amazon,
but $40 from Manning.  Even though I've only had it a week and am a
Pynewbie, I'm impressed.  Besides, what can you get free that's worth
having?  <cough><gr> ...sorry, couldn't resist.

Rod Haper wrote:
> 
> You might want to have a look at the book "Python and Tkinter
> Programming" by John Grayson.  My copy just arrived from fatbrain on
> Monday.  I haven't had a chance to do anything more than just thumb
> through it yet but it looks promising.  I don't have it with me here at
> work but it's a chunky 688 pages and appears to have lots of nontrivial
> examples.  I don't recall the exact quote but among the recommendations
> on the back cover is a good one from Guido.
> 
> Joseph Paish wrote:
> >
> > i am looking for a downloadable tkinter manual/tutorial.  i have found
> > one or two on the web (on pythonware.com, i think) but would like
> > something that can be read without going online.  pdf format would be
> > ideal, if such a thing exists.
> >
> > thanks
> >
> > joe
> 
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