[Tutor] Mulltiple TK frames

Hazlett, Les les.hazlett at navteq.com
Wed Feb 14 15:33:27 CET 2007

Thank you Alan and John,

No doubt the widow vs. frame terminology is simpe "once you understand
it".  But I am still confused.  John used the labels "Main Window" and
"Other Window" and Alan said you normally have many frames inside a
single window.  

Knowing that I am still confused by the window vs. frame terminology,
let me use the term "userform" to express what I want the user to will

What I want is, no doubt, ordinary.  I want to display a "userform"
asking the user to enter a folder path.  When the user clicks the
"Continue" button, I want to get the directory of what is inside tthe
selected folder and show a different "userform" with check buttons for
subordinate folders.  When the user clicks the "Continue" button in the
second "userform", I want to do some (no need to explain) things to the
selected folders and then show a third "userform" with summary
information about folder/file sizes and run time.  

I would love to see a simple sample that uses multiple "userforms".

I will keep reading about Tk.  What reference would you recommend.  I
have the Wesley Chun Core Python Programming book.

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