Install Tkinter for Windows 7 64-bit

MRAB python at mrabarnett.plus.com
Mon Nov 11 18:21:56 CET 2013


On 11/11/2013 16:43, jonas.thornvall at gmail.com wrote:
> Here is the example file i have tried.
>
> #!/usr/bin/python
> # -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
>
> """
> ZetCode Tkinter tutorial
>
> This program draws three
> rectangles filled with different
> colors.
>
> author: Jan Bodar
> last modified: January 2011
> website: www.zetcode.com
> """
>
> from Tkinter import Tk, Canvas, Frame, BOTH
>
>
> class Example(Frame):
>
>      def __init__(self, parent):
>          Frame.__init__(self, parent)
>
>          self.parent = parent
>          self.initUI()
>
>      def initUI(self):
>
>          self.parent.title("Colors")
>          self.pack(fill=BOTH, expand=1)
>
>          canvas = Canvas(self)
>          canvas.create_rectangle(30, 10, 120, 80,
>              outline="#fb0", fill="#fb0")
>          canvas.create_rectangle(150, 10, 240, 80,
>              outline="#f50", fill="#f50")
>          canvas.create_rectangle(270, 10, 370, 80,
>              outline="#05f", fill="#05f")
>          canvas.pack(fill=BOTH, expand=1)
>
That looks like it was written for Python 2 because in Python 3 the 
module is named "tkinter".

It's also lacking the part where it calls the .mainloop method.


from tkinter import Tk, Canvas, Frame, BOTH

class Example(Frame):

     def __init__(self, parent):
         Frame.__init__(self, parent)

         self.parent = parent
         self.initUI()

     def initUI(self):

         self.parent.title("Colors")
         self.pack(fill=BOTH, expand=1)

         canvas = Canvas(self)
         canvas.create_rectangle(30, 10, 120, 80,
             outline="#fb0", fill="#fb0")
         canvas.create_rectangle(150, 10, 240, 80,
             outline="#f50", fill="#f50")
         canvas.create_rectangle(270, 10, 370, 80,
             outline="#05f", fill="#05f")
         canvas.pack(fill=BOTH, expand=1)

def main():

     root = Tk()
#    root.geometry("250x150+300+300")
     app = Example(root)
     root.mainloop()

if __name__ == '__main__':
     main()




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