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Desktop calculator using Python
from tkinter import *
import re
class Calculator(Frame):
def __init__(self, master=None):
master = self.main_window()
def main_window(self):
root = Tk()
root.title("Calculator developed by Ahmad Asjad using PYTHON")
return root
def calculate(self):
input_val = self.input.get()
# self.result.delete(0, END)
# self.result.insert(0, eval(input_val))
# self.input.config(text=eval(input_val))
self.input.delete(0, END)
self.input.insert(0, eval(input_val))
def create_widgets(self):
#4 width widgets
four_width = ['clear_all', 'clear', 'div', 'mult', 'min', 'plus', 'equal', 'seven', 'eight', 'nine', 'four',
'five', 'six', 'one', 'two', 'three', 'dot']
self.set_width(four_width, 4)
#30 width widgets
thirty_width = ['result', 'input']
self.set_width(thirty_width, 30)
def create_controls(self):
self.result = Label(self, text='Result', bg='gray', height=2)
self.input = Entry(self)
self.clear_all = Button(self, bg='#393939', fg='white', text='C', height=2)
self.clear = Button(self, bg='#393939', fg='white', text='X', height=2)
self.div = Button(self, bg='#393939', fg='white', text='/', height=2, command=lambda : self.appent_input('/'))
self.mult = Button(self, bg='#393939', fg='white', text='*', height=2, command=lambda : self.appent_input('*'))
self.min = Button(self, bg='#393939', fg='white', text='-', height=2, command=lambda : self.appent_input('-')) = Button(self, bg='#393939', fg='white', text='+', height=2, command=lambda : self.appent_input('+'))
self.equal = Button(self, bg='red', fg='white', text='=', height=5, command=self.calculate)
def create_digits(self): = Button(self, bg='#1f1f1f', fg='white', text='7', height=2, command=lambda : self.appent_input('7'))
self.eight = Button(self, bg='#1f1f1f', fg='white', text='8', height=2, command=lambda : self.appent_input('8'))
self.nine = Button(self, bg='#1f1f1f', fg='white', text='9', height=2, command=lambda : self.appent_input('9'))
self.four = Button(self, bg='#1f1f1f', fg='white', text='4', height=2, command=lambda : self.appent_input('4'))
self.five = Button(self, bg='#1f1f1f', fg='white', text='5', height=2, command=lambda : self.appent_input('5'))
self.six = Button(self, bg='#1f1f1f', fg='white', text='6', height=2, command=lambda : self.appent_input('6')) = Button(self, bg='#1f1f1f', fg='white', text='1', height=2, command=lambda : self.appent_input('1'))
self.two = Button(self, bg='#1f1f1f', fg='white', text='2', height=2, command=lambda : self.appent_input('2'))
self.three = Button(self, bg='#1f1f1f', fg='white', text='3', height=2, command=lambda : self.appent_input('3')) = Button(self, bg='#1f1f1f', fg='white', text='0', width=12, height=2, command=lambda : self.appent_input('0')) = Button(self, bg='#1f1f1f', fg='white', text='.', height=2, command=lambda : self.appent_input('.'))
def set_width(self, widgets, width):
# total_widgets = len(widgets)
for widget in widgets:
getattr(self, widget)['width']= width
def set_hieght(self, widgets, height):
# total_widgets = len(widgets)
for widget in widgets:
getattr(self, widget)['height'] = height
def render_widgets(self):
self.result.grid(row=0, column=0, columnspan=4)
self.input.grid(row=1, column=0, columnspan=4)
self.clear_all.grid(row=2, column=0)
self.clear.grid(row=2, column=1)
self.div.grid(row=2, column=2)
self.mult.grid(row=2, column=3)
self.min.grid(row=3, column=3), column=3)
self.equal.grid(row=5, column=3, rowspan=2), column=0)
self.eight.grid(row=3, column=1)
self.nine.grid(row=3, column=2)
self.four.grid(row=4, column=0)
self.five.grid(row=4, column=1)
self.six.grid(row=4, column=2), column=0)
self.two.grid(row=5, column=1)
self.three.grid(row=5, column=2), column=0, columnspan=2), column=2)
def appent_input(self, val):
old_val = self.input.get()
new_val = old_val + val
# if()
self.input.delete(0, END)
self.input.insert(0, self.validate_input(new_val))
def validate_input(self, input):
first_char = input[0]
wront_char = re.match('[^0-9\-\+\(\)]', first_char)
if(wront_char == None):
return input
elif(len(input) == 1):
return ""
return self.validate_input(input[1:])
app = Calculator()
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