GUI - Windows: Where to get started

Larry Bates lbates at syscononline.com
Wed Jul 27 20:29:50 CEST 2005


First you need to pick up a copy of Python Programming for Win32
book.  It is a good starting place for GUI as well as COM and
writing services.  It was well worth the price to me.

-Larry

Ernesto wrote:
> Hi all,
> 
> Would anyone know a good place to start for learning how to build
> simple GUI's in Windows XP?  I just want users to be able to select a
> few parameters from a pull-down menu, then be able to run some batch
> files using the parameters from the pull down menus.  I would also need
> a "Browse" menu, so users could point to a place on the local disc (ie
> C:\PointSystemHere).  Can anyone give a noob some tips?  THANKS!!!
> 



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