Tkinter provides a variety of built-in functions develop interactive and featured GUI (Graphical User Interface).
after() function is also a Universal function which can be used directly on the root as well as with other widgets.
after(parent, ms, function = None, *args)
parent: is the object of the widget or main window whichever is using this function.
ms: is the time in miliseconds.
function: which shall be called.
*args: other options.
When you run the program it will show a Tkinter window having a Button but after 5 seconds the window gets destroyed.
Code #2: Prompting a message after certain time (in our program after 5 seconds).
In below output a messagebox will prompt after 5 seconds you can even call any function after a certain period of time by passing the function name.
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