[Tkinter-discuss] Answers to a couple of Cameron's questions

Cameron Laird claird at lairds.com
Wed Mar 17 14:44:11 EST 2004

> From tkinter-discuss-bounces at python.org Wed Mar 17 14:08:52 2004
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> 2) As regards a Tkinter book, I always thought that it would be really
> cool if Tkinter itself provided help in a consistent manner. For
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> import Tkinter
> print Tkinter.__help__

> As long as each "level" contains at least a reference to everything on 
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> next "level", it would be easi(er) for a newbie to drill down
> to what they want. Also easier to maintain. Obviously, docstrings
> would be fine too.
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'Sounds like a project.  From all I know, the core Python
maintainers are plenty receptive to "patches", especially
those which provide documentation, including docstrings.
Is Kenneth's idea the right way to go?

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