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hi,
i m new in python coding. i got a problem while running my code.this is my code.

from Tkinter import *
class example3:
    def _init_(self, master):
        self.lbl=Label(master, text="press button below to exit")
        self.lbl.pack()
        self.btn=Button(master, text="quit", command= quit)
        self.btn.pack()
 
        root=Tk()
        ex3=example3(root)
        root.mainloop()
        def quit(self):
 
        import sys; sys.exit()


this is the error "TypeError: this constructor takes no arguments".
please help me out.

kudos
neaS
Posted 12-Jul-12 20:19pm
Edited 12-Jul-12 20:40pm
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 13-Jul-12 20:08pm
   
In what line? And what's unclear in the error message? Some constructor has no argument, but you supply some.
--SA

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Solution 1

It looks like the __init__ method may not be overridden properly. You need two underscores before and after the word init, not just one.

Also, from the indentation, it looks like the instance is being created from with it's own __init__ method, or have you skipped some code somewhere?

More clarity, if possible please.
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