i just started with python because i want to do a program and i dont have
pretty much time to read, so i wanted to ask to the comunity to win time.
So my question is, how is the architure of a program like this?
This are the different kind of solutions of what i've think.
- make a big canvas on a window and change the content of the canvas to "pass" from the Main interface to go to a another interface..
- make a window for each interface and the buttons will close them and open them.
so i tryed to do the second solution.. and i tryed it with "def()", so the program of each interface was inside of a definition and then in the main window i called the definition. the problems is that
i couln'd do that the button close the main interface( with: root.destroy), and then, i wasn't able to go back to the main interface.
so im kinda lost and i'd like to have any clue haha.
also i'd like to know if it's a good a idea to build the interfaces separetly and then when they be finish assamble them together??