[Tkinter-discuss] tkinter module

Firat Ozgul ozgulfirat at gmail.com
Thu Sep 23 09:48:19 CEST 2010


Until Python's 3.0 version, the name of the Tkinter module was "Tkinter".
Therefore we used to import this module as:

>>> import Tkinter

Starting from Python 3.0, the name of this module is "tkinter". So you
should issue the following command to import the module:

>>> import tkinter

Normally, Tkinter module is part of the Windows Python installer. You do not
need to install anything special to make Tkinter work under Windows.

Just tell us what the output of this command in your system is:

>>> import sys
>>> sys.version

2010/9/23 Hèlen Grives <helengrives at hotmail.com>

> Hi,
> I'm a newbie in programming (2 weeks) and I use a windows vista 32
> computer.
> I've currently installed the phyton - 3.2.a2.msi file. Previciously I used
> versions 2.7 and 3.0 and 3.1.2. But no one gets the tkinter module to
> start. All
> the previous releases are uninstalled. However I don't know how to get
> around
> this problem quickly. My goal is to go back to the last 3.1.2 version and
> get it
> to work properly. I hope you have any suggestions that are not too
> difficult
> without a lot of knowledge.
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