[Newbie] Tkinter Question
best_lay at yahoo.com
Tue Feb 23 17:19:43 EST 2016
I am familiar with OO programming but I am new to Python
and Tkinter. I am working on a gui program that creates
a couple of temporary files. As part of the Exit button
command they are deleted. If the program is shut down
using the window close button [X], the exit button code
is not executed and the temporary files are left behind.
That is a serious no-no.
Is there a way to capture close button click to prevent
the program from closing and instead execute a command?
I'm talking about something like the Form_QueryUnload
event in Visual Basic.
Alternately is there a way to just disable the button
or prevent it from being displayed in the first place?
Any help appreciated.
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