× Python Introduction What is Python Python Features Python History Python Applications Python Install Python Path Python Example Execute Python Keywords Constant Variable Statements & Comments Python I/O and Import Operators UnaryBinaryTernary Unary Operators Unary Minus Binary Operators Arithmetic Operators Assignment Operators Relational Operators Logicaloperators Bitwise Operator Ternary Operators Control Statements in Python conditonal Statements IF if else Else If Nested if Switch For loop Nested For Loop While Loop Nested while Loop Unconditonal Statemets Continue Break Pass FUNCTIONS Python Function Function Argument Python Recursion Anonymous Function Python Modules NATIVE DATATYPES Python List Python Numbers Python Tuple Python String Python Set Python Dictionary OOPS PRINCIPALS Encapsulation Class Variable Method Object Or Instance CreationMethod Calling OOPS Syntax And Explanation DATA ABSTRACTION Constructor Inheritance 1.Single or simple Inheritance 2.Multilevel Inheritance 3.Hierarchical Inheritance 4.Multiple Inheritance 5.Hybrid Inheritance Operator Overloading File Operation Python Directory Python Exception Python - Multithreading Python - Database Access Python - CGI Python - Reg Exp Python - Date Python - XML Processing Python - GUI
  • iconJava Online Training In Andhra Pradesh and Telangana
  • icon9010519704

Opening Hours :7AM to 9PM

Python GUI Programs

Java Training in Andhra Pradesh and Telangna

Java Training in Andhra Pradesh and Telangna
Create First GUI Program in Python
                                
from tkinter import *
 
window = Tk()
 
window.title("Welcome to Msk Tutorials")
 
window.mainloop()
Create First GUI Program in Python

Button
                                
import tkinter as tk
    

def msk():
    print("welcome to msk tutorials")

top = tk.Tk()
frame = tk.Frame(top)
frame.pack()

button = tk.Button(frame, 
                   text="QUIT", 
                   fg="red",
                   command=quit)
button.pack(side=tk.LEFT)
logan = tk.Button(frame,
                   text="Hello",
                   command=msk)
logan.pack(side=tk.LEFT)

top.mainloop()
Button
Check Box
from tkinter import *
master = Tk()

def states():
   print("male: %d, \nfemale: %d" % (var1.get(), var2.get()))

Label(master, text="Your Gender:").grid(row=0, sticky=W)
var1 = IntVar()
Checkbutton(master, text="male", variable=var1).grid(row=1, sticky=W)
var2 = IntVar()
Checkbutton(master, text="female", variable=var2).grid(row=2, sticky=W)
Button(master, text='Quit', command=master.quit).grid(row=3, sticky=W, pady=4)
Button(master, text='Show', command=states).grid(row=4, sticky=W, pady=4)
mainloop()

Check Box                              


Message Box
                                
import tkinter as tk
top = tk.Tk()
msk = "welcome to msk tutorials"
msg = tk.Message(top, text = msk)
msg.config(bg='lightgreen', font=('times', 24, 'italic'))
msg.pack()
tk.mainloop()

Message Box

Radio Buttion
import tkinter as tk

root = tk.Tk()

v = tk.IntVar()
v.set(1)  # initializing the choice, i.e. Python

languages = [
    ("Python",1),
    ("Perl",2),
    ("Java",3),
    ("C++",4),
    ("C",5)
]

def ShowChoice():
    print(v.get())

tk.Label(root, 
         text="""Choose your favourite 
programming language:""",
         justify = tk.LEFT,
         padx = 20).pack()

for val, language in enumerate(languages):
    tk.Radiobutton(root, 
                  text=language,
                  padx = 20, 
                  variable=v, 
                  command=ShowChoice,
                  value=val).pack(anchor=tk.W)


root.mainloop()
Radio Buttion                                



                                    



                                    

Convas Designing Python GUI
from tkinter import *

top= Tk()

w = Canvas(top, width=200, height=100)
w.pack()

w.create_rectangle(50, 20, 150, 80, fill="#1863ae")
w.create_rectangle(65, 35, 135, 65, fill="red")
w.create_line(0, 0, 50, 20, fill="#476042", width=4)
w.create_line(0, 100, 50, 80, fill="#476042", width=4)
w.create_line(150,20, 200, 0, fill="#1863ae", width=4)
w.create_line(150, 80, 200, 100, fill="#476042", width=4)

mainloop()
Convas Designing Python GUI                                


Multiple Forms Handling
import tkinter as tk
from tkinter import *
from tkinter import ttk

class Multipleforms1( Frame ):
    def __init__( self ):
        tk.Frame.__init__(self)
        self.pack()
        self.master.title("Msk Tutorials.com")
        self.button1 = Button( self, text = "CLICK HERE", width = 25,
                               command = self.new_window )
        self.button1.grid( row = 0, column = 1, columnspan = 2, sticky = W+E+N+S )
    def new_window(self):
        self.newWindow = Multipleforms2()
class Multipleforms2(Frame):     
    def __init__(self):
        new =tk.Frame.__init__(self)
        new = Toplevel(self)
        new.title("www.Inihsrav.com")
        new.button = tk.Button(  text = "PRESS TO CLOSE", width = 25,
                                 command = self.close_window )
        new.button.pack()
    def close_window(self):
        self.destroy()
def main(): 
    Multipleforms1().mainloop()
if __name__ == '__main__':
    main()
Multiple Forms Handling
                                


Create a label widget
from tkinter import *
 
top = Tk()
 
top.title("Welcome to Msk Tutorials")
 
lbl = Label(top, text="Welcome ")
 
lbl.grid(column=0, row=0)
Create a label widget                                


Set label font size
from tkinter import *
 
top = Tk()
 
top.title("Welcome to Msk Tutorials")
lbl = Label(top, text="Welcome", font=("Arial Bold", 50)) 

 
lbl.grid(column=0, row=0)
Set label font size                               


Button Click Example
from tkinter import *
 
top = Tk()
 
top.title("Welcome to Msk Tutorials")
 
top.geometry('350x200')
 
lbl = Label(top, text="Hello")
 
lbl.grid(column=0, row=0)
 
def clicked():
 
    lbl.configure(text="Button was clicked !!")
 
btn = Button(top, text="Click Me", command=clicked)
 
btn.grid(column=1, row=0)
 
top.mainloop()
Button Click Example                                


Add a combobox widget
from tkinter import *
 
from tkinter.ttk import *
 
top = Tk()
 
top.title("Welcome to Msk Tutorials")
 
top.geometry('350x200')
 
combo = Combobox(top)
 
combo['values']= (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, "Text")
 
combo.current(1) #set the selected item
 
combo.grid(column=0, row=0)
 
top.mainloop()
Add a combobox widget
                               


Add a Checkbutton widget (Tkinter checkbox)
from tkinter import *
 
from tkinter.ttk import *
 
top = Tk()
 
top.title("Welcome to Msk Tutorials")
 
top.geometry('300x200')
 
chk_state = BooleanVar()
 
chk_state.set(True) #set check state
 
chk = Checkbutton(top, text='Choose', var=chk_state)
 
chk.grid(column=0, row=0)
 
top.mainloop()
Add a Checkbutton widget (Tkinter checkbox)
                               


Get radio button value (selected radio button)
from tkinter import *
 
from tkinter.ttk import *
 
top = Tk()
 
top.title("Welcome to  Msk Tutorials")
 
selected = IntVar()
 
radio1 = Radiobutton(top,text='First', value=1, variable=selected)
 
radio2 = Radiobutton(top,text='Second', value=2, variable=selected)
 
radio3 = Radiobutton(top,text='Third', value=3, variable=selected)
 
def clicked():
 
   print(selected.get())
 
btn = Button(top, text="Click Me", command=clicked)
 
radio1.grid(column=0, row=0)
 
radio2.grid(column=1, row=0)
 
radio3.grid(column=2, row=0)
 
btn.grid(column=3, row=0)
 
top.mainloop()
Get radio button value (selected radio button)                                


Add a ScrolledText widget (Tkinter textarea)
from tkinter import *
 
from tkinter import scrolledtext
 
top = Tk()
 
top.title("Welcome to Msk Tutorials")
 
top.geometry('350x200')
 
txt = scrolledtext.ScrolledText(top,width=40,height=10)
 
txt.grid(column=0,row=0)
 
top.mainloop()
Add a ScrolledText widget (Tkinter textarea)                                


Add a SpinBox (numbers widget)
from tkinter import *
 
top = Tk()
 
top.title("Welcome to Msk Tutorials")
 
top.geometry('350x200')
 
spin = Spinbox(top, from_=0, to=100, width=5)
 
spin.grid(column=0,row=0)
 
top.mainloop()

Add a SpinBox (numbers widget)
                               


Add a Progressbar widget
from tkinter import *
 
from tkinter.ttk import Progressbar
 
from tkinter import ttk
 
top = Tk()
 
top.title("Welcome to Msk Tutorials")
 
top.geometry('400x200')
 
style = ttk.Style()
 
style.theme_use('default')
 
style.configure("blue.Horizontal.TProgressbar", background='blue')
 
bar = Progressbar(top, length=200, style='blue.Horizontal.TProgressbar')
 
bar['value'] = 80
 
bar.grid(column=0, row=0)
 
top.mainloop()
Add a Progressbar widget                               


Add a Menu bar
from tkinter import *
 
from tkinter import Menu
 
top = Tk()
 
top.title("Welcome to LikeGeeks app")
 
menu = Menu(top)
 
new_item = Menu(menu)
new_item1 = Menu(menu)
new_item.add_command(label='New')
new_item1.add_command(label='Copy')
 
menu.add_cascade(label='File', menu=new_item)
menu.add_cascade(label='Edit', menu=new_item1)
 
top.config(menu=menu)
 
top.mainloop()
Add a Menu bar
                                


Add a Notebook widget (tab control)
from tkinter import ttk
from tkinter import *
 
top = Tk()
 
top.title("Welcome to  Msk Tutorials")
 
tab_control = ttk.Notebook(top)
 
tab1 = ttk.Frame(tab_control)
 
tab2 = ttk.Frame(tab_control)
 
tab_control.add(tab1, text='First')
 
tab_control.add(tab2, text='Second')
 
lbl1 = Label(tab1, text= 'label1')
 
lbl1.grid(column=0, row=0)
 
lbl2 = Label(tab2, text= 'label2')
 
lbl2.grid(column=0, row=0)
 
tab_control.pack(expand=1, fill='both')
 
top.mainloop()
Add a Notebook widget (tab control)
                               


                                

Course
(2000 Reviews)

Java Learning

Course
(2340 Reviews)

Python Learning