EasyGUI is a module for very simple, very easy GUI programming in Python. EasyGUI is different from other GUI generators in that EasyGUI is NOT event-driven. Instead, all GUI interactions are invoked by simple function calls.
EasyGui provides an easy-to-use interface for simple GUI interaction with a user. It does not require the programmer to know anything about tkinter, frames, widgets, callbacks or lambda.
EasyGUI runs on Python 2 and 3, and does not have any dependencies.
>>> import easygui >>> easygui.ynbox('Shall I continue?', 'Title', ('Yes', 'No')) True >>> easygui.msgbox('This is a basic message box.', 'Title Goes Here') 'OK' >>> easygui.buttonbox('Click on your favorite flavor.', 'Favorite Flavor', ('Chocolate', 'Vanilla', 'Strawberry')) 'Chocolate'
How to get easygui¶
The best method to get easygui on your system is to type:
pip install --upgrade easygui
, which will install the latest easygui. You may also download the file yourself by looking for the latest release in sourceforge:
Table of Contents¶
- Support, Contacts
- EasyGui’s demonstration routine
- Importing EasyGui
- Using EasyGui
- Default arguments for EasyGui functions
- Using keyword arguments when calling EasyGui functions
- Using buttonboxes
- How to show an image in a buttonbox
- Letting the user select from a list of choices
- Letting the user enter information
- Letting the user enter password information
- Displaying text
- Working with files
- Remembering User Settings
- Trapping Exceptions
- GitHub Site
- Sourceforge Site
- Documentation Site
- Development Docs Site
easygui was started several years ago by Stephen Ferg and was developed and supported by him through 2013. From there, work was restarted circa 2014. The first goal was to update the then four year old release and address some bugs and minor enhancements. That first release was 0.97
EasyGui version 0.98.0
Copyright (c) -2016, Stephen Raymond Ferg
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