Tkinter provides a variety of input widgets such as entry widget, text widget, listbox, combobox, spinbox, checkbox, etc. Checkboxes are used for taking validity input and the state gets active whenever the user clicks on the checkbutton. In terms of a particular application, we can check the state of the tkinter CheckButtons by using the state() method. It prints the actual state of the tkinter checkbuttons.
#Import the required library from tkinter import* from tkinter import ttk #Create an instance of tkinter frame win= Tk() #Set the geometry win.geometry("750x250") #Define geometry of the window win.geometry("750x250") #Create CheckButtons chk= ttk.Checkbutton(win, text="Python") chk.pack() chk.config(state=NORMAL) print(chk.state()) win.mainloop()
Running the example code will display a window with a check button that is initially defined as normal state.
Now, remove the line "win.mainloop()" from the program to print the state of the checkbox on the console.