[Tutor] Calculator research

Adam Urbas jped.aru at gmail.com
Sun Jun 10 06:43:01 CEST 2007

Ok then Alan, I'll be sure to check that out.  I wasn't sure that what
a GUI was so now I know.  I haven't been able to mess around with
python for a while, so I haven't gotten any further on your tutorial.
The problem I had before was that I was really excited to create
something original or better or ,you know, anything, that I wasn't
really willing to just slow down and take the time to actually learn
python.  Something has changed since then.  So I will probably not be
messaging again for a while, because I'll be reading the tutorial.


On 6/2/07, Alan Gauld <alan.gauld at btinternet.com> wrote:
> "Adam Urbas" <jped.aru at gmail.com> wrote
> > Ok, this is my research for a better calculator.  I want to make a
> > calculator that is much less lame than the one that comes standard
> Thats a good beginners project. But you should go through
> one of the tutorials first because you are still asking a lot of
> very basic questions. A few hours going through the
> rudimentary things will speed up your project a lot.
> > Also, I'd like to know how to make my program have visual qualities,
> > like the standard calculator.
> I assume you want it to have a GUI fron end with buttons etc?
> Yes thats possible and my tutorial includes a topic to get you
> started plus some example programs. but it is a more advanced
> topic that really requires you to know about OOP and event-driven
> style programs first.
> --
> Alan Gauld
> Author of the Learn to Program web site
> http://www.freenetpages.co.uk/hp/alan.gauld
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