Tkinter is a Python binding to the Tk GUI toolkit. It is the standard Python interface to the Tk GUI toolkit and is Python's de facto standard GUI, and is included with the standard Windows and Mac OS X install of Python.
The name Tkinter comes from Tk interface. Tkinter was written by Fredrik Lundh.
As with most other modern Tk bindings, Tkinter is implemented as a Python wrapper around a complete Tcl interpreter embedded in the Python interpreter. Tkinter calls are translated into Tcl commands which are fed to this embedded interpreter, thus making it possible to mix Python and Tcl in a single application.
Python 2.7 and Python 3.1 incorporate the "themed Tk" ("ttk") functionality of Tk 8.5. This allows Tk widgets to be easily themed to look like the native desktop environment in which the application is running, thereby addressing a long-standing criticism of Tk (and hence of Tkinter).
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- Visual Tkinter : A Tkinter based GUI builder for Python.
- Rapyd-Tk : A graphical development environment for writing applications in Tkinter.
- tkRAD : Tkinter Rapid Application Development and XML widget builder for Tkinter
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