Tk from IDLE: How to 'Hello World'?
urner at alumni.princeton.edu
Fri Sep 29 08:17:44 CEST 2000
Kirby Urner <urner at alumni.princeton.edu> wrote:
>Writing it interactively in IDLE, one would go:
> >>> from Tkinter import *
> >>> def test():
> root = Tk()
> w = Label(root, text="Hello, world!")
> >>> test()
>Which gets you the Tk window saying Hello World, as expected.
>But then if you hit the close box, do you get back to a working
>IDLE prompt? I don't. I'm left in limbo, with a prompt I can't
>go back to.
Emails told me it's the same in other versions of Python,
and in Linux.
HOWEVER, one guru said I should go root.mainloop(1) and it
the close box would return me to a working IDLE prompt.
Lo and behold, that works!
There must be a secret source of knowledge about Tk that
I don't have -- even though I bouth John Grayson's tome.
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