Widgets in guizero can be given a
command when created, which can be used to call a function when the widget is used.
By using commands you can make your GUI change and take actions when the user interacts with it, for example by clicking a button, selecting an option or typing a message.
This code will display
hello world when the button is pressed:
from guizero import App, Text, PushButton def say_hello(): text.value = "hello world" app = App() text = Text(app) button = PushButton(app, command=say_hello) app.display()
Arguments can be passed to the command function using the
from guizero import App, Text, PushButton def say_goodbye(first_name, last_name): text.value = first_name + " " + last_name app = App() text = Text(app) button = PushButton(app, command=say_goodbye, args=['John', 'Doe']) app.display()