The following is the overall structure of my typical python tkinter program.
def funA(): def funA1(): def funA12(): # stuff def funA2(): # stuff def funB(): def funB1(): # stuff def funB2(): # stuff def funC(): def funC1(): # stuff def funC2(): # stuff root = tk.Tk() button1 = tk.Button(root, command=funA) button1.pack() button2 = tk.Button(root, command=funB) button2.pack() button3 = tk.Button(root, command=funC) button3.pack()
funC will bring up another
Toplevel windows with widgets when user click on button 1, 2, 3.
I am wondering if this is the right way to write a python tkinter program? Sure, it will work even if I write this way, but is it the best way? It sounds stupid but when I see the codes other people written, their code is not messed up with bunch of functions and mostly they have classes.
Is there any specific structure that we should follow as good practice? How should I plan before start writing a python program?
I know there is no such thing as best practice in programming and I am not asking for it either. I just want some advice and explanations to keep me on the right direction as I am learning Python by myself.