Tkinter provides a way to bind the widget to perform certain operations. These operations are defined in a function that can be called by a particular widget. The bind(<button>, function()) method is used to bind the keyboard key to handle such operations. We can also bind a particular key to handle certain events for the button widget.
#Import tkinter library from tkinter import * from tkinter import ttk #Create an instance of Tkinter frame or window win = Tk() #Set the geometry of tkinter frame win.geometry("750x250") def callback(): Label(win, text="Hello World!", font=('Georgia 20 bold')).pack(pady=4) #Create a Label and a Button widget btn = ttk.Button(win, text="Press Enter to Show a Message", command= callback) btn.pack(ipadx=10) win.bind('<Return>',lambda event:callback()) win.mainloop()
Executing the above code will display a window that consists of a button.
When we press the "Enter" key, it will show the message on the screen.