I am new to python and tkinter. I’m looking to make a simple window with a few buttons. When a button is pressed, I wish for it to disappear and instead reveal something behind it, a number, for instance.
How do I go about doing this? Below is an example code which generates a window with a button. Can I work with a code like this or should it look completely different?
from tkinter import * class Button: def __init__(self): self.root = Tk() self.root.title("Button program") self.root.geometry("100x100") self.frame = Frame(self.root) self.btn = Button(self.root, width=2) self.btn.grid(row=1, column=1) self.root.mainloop() Button()
How about this? You will have to rearrange it in the class ’cause I couldn’t fit it in, but works for me
from tkinter import * def press_btn(): btn.grid_forget() lbl = Label(root, text="label", width=15) lbl.grid(row=1, column=1) root = Tk() root.title("Button program") root.geometry("100x100") frame = Frame(root) btn = Button(root, text="button", width=15, command=press_btn) btn.grid(row=1, column=1) root.mainloop()