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python classes across multiple platform

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If we write Class in windows, can we use them without any modifications in Linux, if so then what about GUI programming and Libraries.

posted Sep 5, 2013 by Jai Prakash

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If (and this is a big if), but if you restrict yourself to using libraries which are themselves cross platform (Google "Python standard library" without the quotes) and don't spawn sub-jobs that invoke os-specific operations, then yes - python can be completely and cleanly cross platform. With respect to GUI programming, that simply means using one of the cross-platform GUI libraries. In this context Tk and ttk (which are part of the standard library) have the advantage of being both cross platform AND offering native appearance on all platforms.

answer Sep 5, 2013 by Satish Mishra
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