Python: Leo shows how the Buttonbox function of EasyGui (German / English subtitles) [ID:159] (3/3)

in series: Python: Kids show you RurPle and EasyGUI (German / English subtitles)

video tutorial by Horst Jens and leo, added 03/07

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This video is in German language and has subtitles in English.

Das Video ist in deutscher Sprache mit englischen Untertiteln.

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speaker: Leo (10)

Leo shows how to look up, write and test a function. He writes a little Python program using the 3rd party module Easygui and demonstrate the buttonbox function. After creating a box with 3 buttons he test all the possible user-actions.

The program is written by Leo with the Editor DrPython and he use the in-build "browse pydoc" function to access the help file of EasyGui.

For more information and for the source code, see the Wiki

License:

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Cool and quick start for easygui !


39. interested Sun, 13 Jun 2010 13:03

Thanks for your tutorials. Nice! Very clear.


38. Robert Palmore Tue, 11 May 2010 12:42

I am suprised how similar Austrian is the Enlish. Not enough for aconversation but many words very similar to my ear. Great to have the children to make the videos. See one, learn one, teach one. A good way.


easy, good you are trying and developing your skills so early.


Excellent job Leo - very easy to follow. thanks.


35. anonymous Tue, 08 Dec 2009 19:31

you are cute~~~


34. anonymous Sun, 29 Nov 2009 07:32

Well done!


33. anonymous Tue, 10 Nov 2009 15:02

great vid., thanks


32. anonymous Wed, 16 Sep 2009 17:34

This is fabulous! Such an inspiration to get kids programming and totally clear even though I don't speak any German.


31. anonymous Wed, 19 Aug 2009 14:51

Great stuff Leo


30. anonymous Wed, 19 Aug 2009 14:42

Great stuff Leo


29. anonymous Fri, 26 Jun 2009 14:16

That is a great tutorial. It inspires me to try DrPython. Thank you!


28. anonymous Tue, 09 Jun 2009 11:28

leo! you are great!

thank you soooo much!

i velearnt it and have learn other things i was not expecting!

keep the good work!


Good job, Leo. Nicely paced and clear instruction.


Good job, Leo. Nicely paced and clear instruction.


23. anonymous Wed, 24 Sep 2008 06:28

Ich bin begeistert!


Your video has been edited. This is an automatic post by ShowMeDo.


i wonder if there could generate a download bar similar to the bittorrent interface in python.


Review of Python: Leo shows how the Buttonbox function of EasyGui (German / English subtitles)

You do a good job explaining things. I think your video will inspire kids at my school when they learn Python.


19. anonymous Mon, 25 Feb 2008 15:41

It's quite inspiring to see someone of your age being able to code in Python. You did a good job. Keep up with the good work, it'll be worth it.


Ich bin sprachlos! Das habt Ihr so toll gemacht und ich habe so viel lernen können! Herzlichen Dank, "Opa" Turicon (42) ;-)


17. anonymous Mon, 29 Oct 2007 20:42

very intresting,,,good one mate,, i like learning through videos


Nice work kid. Thank your parents and teachers that give you the privilege to learn such a wonderfull programming language as Python at your age!


14. anonymous Sun, 08 Apr 2007 23:55

Nice Video. Really Very Nice


13. anonymous Mon, 12 Mar 2007 05:25

Hi Leo,

Tennessee from "The Python Papers" here.

Great work on your video. Great to see you testing your program.

We are currently writing an article to include in the next edition of "The Python Papers" (http://pythonpapers.org). We will be mentioning your video, along with those of your classmates, in the article.

Cheers,

Tennessee


Wiki updated with Leonidas comments.

Wiki erweitert um die Kommentare von Leonidas


11. anonymous Sun, 04 Mar 2007 15:00

Einfach nur Klasse! Schön gemacht, warum hatten wir so etwas damals in der Schule nicht? ;)

Weiter so!

Greets,

Clemens


10. anonymous Sun, 04 Mar 2007 08:53

Wirklich ein gutes Video, und schön erklärt!

EasyGUI kannte ich noch gar nicht, muss ich mir auch mal ansehen... :-)


@Angor:

the Geyes (i think at Chen's video) are bloody because he liked them this way. Each kid choosed it's favored type of Eyes before casting. It's a good way to begin introducing young audience to Linux/Ubuntu btw.


"Wir lernen mit den Kindern" sollte heissen

"ich unterrichte die Kinder"


@Jens Kadenbach:

Wir lernen mit den Kindern seit Oktober 2006 je 1 Stunde die Woche (beim Verein www.profikids.at). Abzüglich Weihnachts- und Semesterferien. Die Kinder hatten allerdings schon davor Computerkurse besucht. Angefangen haben wir mit RurPle, welches ich an dieser Stelle nocheinmal jedem ans Herz legen möchte der sich für Python interessiert. (Ian von showmedo hat mich darauf aufmerksam gemacht, der Dank gilt ihm). Easygui etc machen wir erst seit ein paar Wochen.


6. anonymous Sun, 04 Mar 2007 08:16

I have seen the other videos to, but this time I have a question:

Why are the Geyes bloody?

/

Ich hab auch die andern videos gesehen, diesmal habe Ich aber eine Frage:

Warum sind die Geyes (unten in der Leiste) blutig?:)

Ansonsten super gemacht wie die anderen Videos:)

mit freundlichen Grüßen

Angor


5. anonymous Sun, 04 Mar 2007 08:02

Supercool.

Prima erklärt und sehr brauchbares Video für meine

ersten Schritte mit Python


4. anonymous Sun, 04 Mar 2007 07:59

Wieder ein tolles Video, habt ihr toll gemacht!

Wie lange lernt ihr denn schon Python?

Scheint ja recht leicht von der Hand zu gehen

Danke fürs Video,

Jens Kadenbach


3. anonymous Sun, 04 Mar 2007 06:53

These are some very nice Videos...

I've often heard about python, but it all looked very complex and I just were too lazy to learn another new language.

When I saw these videos I think that I should take me some time for learning it as an alternative to C++.

Thank you

Alexander Hungenberg


The Video has English subtitles now.

I want to point out the fact that Leo does not only show how to find a function description and explain the function, he also does a complete testing of his program after writing it...something i tend to forget every now and then.


Hi Leo - this is a very good video, well done :-) It is very nice to see all three of you using the WebCam as well, excellent work!

I shall tell the authors of EasyGui and DrPython about these videos and see if they will link to them.

Cheers,

Ian.


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