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multiple files under Python

Discussion in 'Software Development' started by evilmrhenry, Jan 17, 2004.

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  1. evilmrhenry

    evilmrhenry Thread Starter

    Dec 14, 2001
    What I am trying to do is have a button on a window that will hide the window, open a new window, then, when the opened window is closed, open the previous window again. The code is large enough that I want to do each window in a separate source file. The problem is with the wait_window command, as it requires access to both the root window and the window_file2 window. Currently, in the code below, Python complains that root does not exist. If I place the code in file1, (just below file2.init_window) it complains that window_file2 does not exist.

    Edit: figured out the correct syntax. The code below is now the correct version, and will run without problems.

    from Tkinter import *
    import file2
    root = Tk()
    def open_file2():
    exmple_button = Button(root, text="open file2", command=open_file2)
    from Tkinter import *
    def init_window():
    	window_file2 = Toplevel()
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