Tkinter Question

Nicholas.Vaidyanathan at Nicholas.Vaidyanathan at
Wed Jun 15 18:12:49 CEST 2005

Thanks for all the help guys... I'm a bit confused as to the inner
workings of the Tkinter system (I'm both a Python and a GUI n00b). I was
hoping that by slapping the x on button python was doing some cool
dynamic variable creation (i.e. creating 9 variables with 1 loop using
the x as a variable to modify the identifier), but I suppose you can't
do that in Python (or can you?) I'm a little confused as to why
self.button.text doesn't work but self.button["text"] does, can someone
explain this? 


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