There are many books that create console examples for Python, which is great to determine that the logic of a program works well. However, there is very little information on creating and controls and interact with forms and windows with Python 3. This is where this book is helpful.
There are 17 chapters and contains over 175 pages with over 70 example programs. Many screenshots have been added to show the results of the code with an index to help find topics quickly. All examples have been tested in 32-bit and 64-bit modes (where available) and the ebook is PDF with all examples including Python 3 code.
Almost all these examples create controls without using global variables. Global variables can easily cause issues when the program becomes larger which creates difficult-to-detect logical errors.
Topics of examples include windows/forms, listbox, scrollbar, drop-down menus, buttons, labels, additional widgets, functions, classes/module introduction, text files, canvas, SQLite database introduction, and more.
There are many different types of ways to edit code, and the IDLE IDE is a common free version that is available for many operating systems. It's a great way to start!