Message Boxes using PyAutoGUI

PyAutoGUI is a Python module which can automate your GUI and programmatically control your keyboard and mouse. This article illustrates the GUI functions to create display boxes.
If you want to know more about PyAutoGUI and its ability to automate your keyboard and mouse, follow this article : Mouse and Keyboard Automation using PyAutoGUI

PyAutoGUI does not come with python, so go to command prompt and type the following :

 pip3 install PyAutoGUI

alert() : Displays a simple message box with text and a single OK button. Returns the text of the button clicked on.

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# Python Program to show alert() function
import pyautogui
  
pyautogui.alert('GeekforGeeks alert box')

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Output : It will display the alert box with the given text and when clicked OK it will return ‘OK’

 
confirm() : Displays a message box with OK and Cancel buttons. Number and text of buttons can be customized. Returns the text of the button clicked on.



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# Python Program to show confirm() function
import pyautogui
pyautogui.confirm('Geek Shall I proceed?')

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Output : It will display the alert box with the given text and on clicking the button it will return the text on the button. In this case its ‘OK’

To have multiple select options –

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# Python Program to show confirm() function
# with multiple options
import pyautogui
pyautogui.confirm('Enter option Gfg', buttons =['A', 'B', 'C'])

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Output : On clicking A, it will return ‘A’ as output.

 
prompt() : Displays a message box with text input, and OK & Cancel buttons. Returns the text entered, or None if Cancel was clicked.

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# Python Program to show prompt() function
import pyautogui
pyautogui.prompt('What is your name?')

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Output : It will return the text entered, in this case ‘GeekForGeeks’ or None if cancelled was clicked.

 

password() : Displays a message box with text input, and OK & Cancel buttons. Typed characters appear as *. Returns the text entered, or None if Cancel was clicked

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# Python Program to show password() function
import pyautogui
pyautogui.password('Enter password (text will be hidden)')

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Output : It will return the text/password entered, in this case ‘GeekForGeeks’ or None if cancelled was clicked.

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