Python – Dynamic GUI Calculator using Tkinter module
Python provides many options for developing GUI like Kivy, PyQT, WxPython, and several others. Tkinter is the one that is shipped inbuilt with python which makes it the most commonly used out of all. Tkinter is easy, fast, and powerful.
Beginners can easily learn to create a simple calculator using this article: Python | Simple GUI calculator using Tkinter
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The simple calculator created by manually adding each button and creating different functions for each unique button is a tedious task. It is not the best practice. Here we will see a dynamic calculator program that can be easily scaled. Let us create a simple and easy GUI calculator that can do basic math operations like multiplication, division, square root, addition, and subtraction, even more operations can be added, and according to it changes can be made in the function.
- Creating the main window
- Creating a container containing all keys used in the calculator (Here List)
- Creating a container for all our buttons created
- Creating buttons and adding them to the button container
- Defining the function to be called when a button is pressed
- Running the main loop
Below is the implementation of the above approach: