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Hi all,

I have data in MySql, I want to create a front end for the database.....
which one is easy and standard either tkinter or wx python?

We should pick the values from database according to the query which is given.

Please guide me...
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Hi all,

I have data in MySql, I want to create a front end for the database.....
which one is easy and standard either tkinter or wx python?

We should pick the values from database according to the query which is given.

Please guide me...
Tkinter is very good for learning to use a Gui Tool Kit. Because it has a very small number of widgets and the class hierarchy is shallow, learning goes quickly. There is some old documentation here. I used Tkinter for my first database (MySQL) project.

wxPython has a better "look and feel" on windows and has many widgets, but it is not so easy to learn how to use them. I am use wx for my current database project.
Dec 22 '06 #2

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