LinuxDev.net: GUI Python: All This and Good Looks Too?
Jun 27, 2000, 14:40 (4 Talkback[s])
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"Can I use Python for Web development?" "Can Python do
serious programming?" "Is there anything Python can't do?".
Since the answers to those three questions in 99% of the cases
are "Yes, Yes and No", Python has probably earned its
reputation as the coolest and most useful programming language
today. In this series of articles, we'll show you how Python can be
used for GUI development."
"...the discussions throughout this series assume you have a
basic understanding of Python programming. ... Before we begin, we
need to make sure that OOP (Object Oriented Programming) is your
cup of tea (Tkinter, that is). Although Python can be used as a
structured language, in this series we will use its OOP features to
create our GUIs. So, make sure you are in a frame of mind to read
discussions where objects, classes, constructors and such are
mentioned before you proceed."