Create Copy-Move GUI using Tkinter in Python
Everyone reading this post is well aware of the importance of Copying the file or moving the file from one specific location to another. In this post, we have tried to explain not only the program but added some exciting pieces of Interface. Up to now, many of you may get about what we are talking about. Yes, you are right, We are going to use “Tkinter” and “shutil” for this project. So we will start it by Installing Packages.
- shutil : Python shutil module enables us to operate with file objects easily and without diving into file objects a lot. It takes care of low-level semantics like creating file objects, closing the files once they are copied, and allows us to focus on the business logic of our program. shutil is the native library, you don’t need to install it externally, just import, while you use it.
- tkinter :Tkinter is a Python binding to the Tk GUI toolkit. It is the standard Python interface to the Tk GUI toolkit or in simple words Tkinter is used as a python Graphical User interface. Tkinter is also the native library, you don’t need to install it externally, just import, while you use it.
The GUI would look like the below image:
Below is the implementation: