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Learn Three Different Ways of Formatting String in Python!

In this post, we will learn three different ways of formatting string in Python as well as which one you should use. The old way In the beginning of Python, there was only one way to format strings – by using %s. Let’s an example: "Hello, %s" %s name %s serves as a placeholder for a value in name variable. More variable could be embedded by adding more %s in the string…
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Compare DelphiVCL With Python GUI Frameworks Like Tkinter For Windows

Let’s compare the DelphiVCL form with other Python GUI frameworks (we take the GUI created in Section 5 as an example): DelphiVCL provides better OS integration and styling by default. It provides Windows-10 styling to make your GUI looks professional and up-to-date. DelphiVCL even provides Windows right-click functionality by default. Compared with PyQt that lacks OS integrations…
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Learn Python With Tkinter Python GUI Tutorial For Beginners 3 Video

Programming Knowledge recently created a tutorial series dedicated to Tkinter, a built-in module for Python that allows you to create a Graphical User Interface application. The Tkinter Python GUI Tutorial for Beginners series is divided into multiple parts to help us understand Tkinter better. The first video gave us a brief introduction to Tkinter as well as all the basic elements like the…
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Getting Started with DelphiVCL: Simple Windows Form Example In Python

In essence, DelphiVCL is a wrapper that helps to create and access Delphi Objects quickly from Python. These wrappers contain container classes to extend and expose your custom events, methods, variables that can be used in Python script.Here is a Python code sample using DelphiVCL to create a simple Form app with a list, edit, and button: from DelphiVCL import * class MainForm(Form): def…
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