Tkinter initially creates a window or frame object where all the widgets, frame are displayed.
Tkinter components adjust the window size and width according to user-defined geometry.
In order to get the screen size, we can use winfo_screenwidth() which returns the screen width and winfo_screenheight() for the height of the screen in pixels.
In this example, we will print the screen size as the output,
#Import the required libraries from tkinter import * #Create an instance of tkinter frame win= Tk() #Set the geometry of frame win.geometry("650x250") #Get the current screen width and height screen_width = win.winfo_screenwidth() screen_height = win.winfo_screenheight() #Print the screen size print("Screen width:", screen_width) print("Screen height:", screen_height) win.mainloop()
Running the code will display a window and print the screen size.
Screen width: 1366 Screen height: 768