Tkinter is Python’s standard GUI (Graphical User Interface) package. It is one of the most commonly used package for GUI applications which comes with the Python itself.
Menus are the important part of any GUI. A common use of menus is to provide convenient access to various operations such as saving or opening a file, quitting a program, or manipulating data. Toplevel menus are displayed just under the title bar of the root or any other toplevel windows.
menu = Menu(master, **options)
Below is the implementation:
Note: In above application, commands are set to None but one may add different commands to different labels to perform the required task.
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