Some objects missing from tkinter

Shane shane at hatagawa.com
Tue Apr 27 05:07:19 CEST 2010


On Apr 26, 11:58 am, Lie Ryan <lie.1... at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 04/27/10 03:50, Peter Otten wrote:
>
> > It is a bit unfortunate that your editor has side effects on your program,
> > and I recommend that you never trust the result of importing a module from
> > within idle's shell completely.
>
> In fact, never trust IDLE. IDLE is a nice IDE when the alternative is
> Notepad; but for serious work, you need a real IDE or a programmer's
> text editor (vim or emacs, whichever side you're in).
>
> Always test the you write inside IDLE on a command line.

Thank you both for the replies.  importing tkinter.filedialog did the
trick, and I appreciate the advice about not depending on IDLE.  I'm
not planning on doing any serious work, so I will probably continue to
rely on IDLE for now.



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