Python provides many options for GUI (Graphical User Interface ) development. tkinter is the most commonly used method options apart from all other available alternatives. It is a standard method for developing GUI applications using Tk GUI toolkit. The steps involved in developing basic tkinter app are:
- Importing the tkinter module.
- Creating the main window or the container.
- Insert as many widgets as you want to the main window.
- Apply the event Trigger on all the widgets.
The process of importing tkinter module is same as importing any other module in Python.
Creating choose color dialog box using Tkinter
The tkinter module has a package in it named as
colorchooser. This package of tkinter module helps in developing the color chooser dialog box. This package has a function named as askcolor() that plays the major role.
This function belongs to the colorchooser package of tkinter module. The function helps in creating a color chooser dialog box. As soon as the function is called, it makes the color chooser dialogue box pop up. The function returns the hexadecimal code of the color selected by the user.
Note:The color chooser dialog box may vary for different operating systems.
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