In this article, we will see how to create buttons dynamically in a tkinter window. Creating buttons dynamically means customizing the buttons and their functionality by adding events to them.
First, we will import the tkinter library in the notebook, then we will create an instance using the Button function which takes parameters such as parent or root of the window, textvariable which is the value to assign in each button and command.
Button(parent, textvariable, command)
from tkinter import * import tkinter as tk # create an instance of tkinter win = tk.Tk() #Define the size of the window win.geometry("700x200") #Name the title of the window win.title("www.tutorialspoint.com") # number of buttons n=10 #Defining the row and column i=3 #Iterating over the numbers till n and #creating the button for j in range(n): mybutton= Button(win, text=j) mybutton.grid(row=i, column=j) # Keep the window open win.mainloop()
Running the above code in tkinter notebook will generate the following output.