How can I let the Tkinter Button command do more than one function?
Use something like:
def callback(): functionone(x) #tab me woot functiontwo(y) #tab me woot
As a base for your callback code.
* Sorry if this is incorrect; I'm new to python! vegaseat, please correct me if I'm wrong.
Yes linux, that would be the simplest way to do it!
Python allows you to pass functions as arguments to a function. This code might give you more flexibility ...
# giving a Tkinter Button command two (or multiple) functions to run import Tkinter as tk def do_two(s, f1, f2): """run 2 functions f1 and f2""" f1(s) # after 2 sec run function f2 root.after(2000, f2) root = tk.Tk() root.title('click me') s = '123' f1 = root.title f2 = root.destroy # using lambda to pass string s and two functions f1 and f2 as arguments q1 = lambda: do_two(s, f1, f2) b2 = tk.Button(root, text=" click to show 123, then after 2 sec quit ", command=q1) b2.pack() root.mainloop()
There's one other way that I've found, although sometimes it feels like cheating: bind another function to the mouseclick of that button.
button = Button(text="Two Functions", command=f1) button.pack() button.bind('<ButtonRelease-1>', f2) button.focus_force()
Thus the usual command is to perform
f1 , while when the mouse has clicked the button and released,
As far as I can tell, you can only bind one function to a particular event. Although I suppose you could bind a third function to the click (rather than the release), I've found that it tends to be jarring for the user at times.
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