Python GUI questions
janpeterr at freenet.de
Sun Mar 31 15:33:11 CEST 2013
On 19.03.2013 21:01, maiden129 wrote:
> I'm using python 3.2.3 and I'm making a program that show the of occurrences of the character in the string in Tkinter.
> My questions are:
> How can I make an empty Entry object that will hold a word that a user will enter?
> How to make an empty Entry object that will hold a single character that the user will enter?
here is a very good documentation about Tkinter and its most likely that
the same principals of coding apply to Python 3.x when it comes down to
the Tkinter part:
Also as an tip, you can make use of a StringVar object for example -
those are (if Im not completely wrong) meant to hold values which you
can then access from the interface. Alike a binding to any element
holding text. Which should take care of the updating part if you call a
proper "StringVar/yourVariableName".set method of that particular class.
As for the UI creation, have a look at that documentation, its very easy
to navigate inside if you know what you are looking for.
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