The Dildoge Gamer
thedildogegamer at gmail.com
Mon Aug 24 22:31:22 CEST 2015
First off, i dunno if im doing this right. Anyway, in tkinter, im making a
program to store statistics, attributes, ect, and whenever you press a
button labled "Add Attribute" it created a new text box, you have an
unlimited number of text boxes to use. The problem is; they all have the
same name, so the text you type in one of them is copied to all of the
others. My question: How do i make a value go up by one when a button is
clicked, and how do i treat somethings name(The something being the new
attribute you add) as a property, so that when a new one is made, its name
is "Att" and then whatever the value equals. Kinda like if you say -
HiDerr = "Hai"
Hue = "Hue"
print(HiDerr + Hue)
But with tkinter and GUI parts, or whatever you'd like to call it. Thanks.
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