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How to pass the variables defined inside the function to the another
function on click event of the button in Tkinter?
pleas send me a sample code if anybody has it.
thanx

Jul 3 '06 #1
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arvind wrote:
How to pass the variables defined inside the function to the another
function on click event of the button in Tkinter?
def the_function(ma ster):

variable = ...

def callback():
print variable

b = Button(master, command=callbac k)

</F>

Jul 3 '06 #2
Hi
thanx for replynig.
but functios are independent
and the button is inside one of the functions.
will u please reshape ur code and send it to me?
thank u.
Fredrik Lundh wrote:
arvind wrote:
How to pass the variables defined inside the function to the another
function on click event of the button in Tkinter?

def the_function(ma ster):

variable = ...

def callback():
print variable

b = Button(master, command=callbac k)

</F>
Jul 3 '06 #3
"arvind" <ar**********@g mail.comwrote:
thanx for replynig.
but functios are independent
and the button is inside one of the functions.
will u please reshape ur code and send it to me?
where do I send the invoice ?

</F>

Jul 3 '06 #4
please send it to- ar**********@gm ail.com.
Fredrik Lundh wrote:
"arvind" <ar**********@g mail.comwrote:
thanx for replynig.
but functios are independent
and the button is inside one of the functions.
will u please reshape ur code and send it to me?

where do I send the invoice ?

</F>
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