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How to put tkinter buttons in a list?

How can I put tkinter buttons into a list that way I can resize every button when I change the window size rather than creating a window change size for every button I have?

 

eg.

list = (btn1, btn2)

def resize(e):
    size = e.width / 10
    list.config(font=('Times', int(size)))

btn1 = Button()
btn2 = Button()
btn1.grid()
btn2.grid()

root.bind('<Configure>', resize)

 

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You've done it already pretty much. A few points:

  1. list is a Python keyword and those should never be used as variable names.
  2. You have defined your list with ( ), which makes it a tuple. If you want a list define it with [ ].

Haven't used Tkinter, but you can then probably just loop over the list of buttons and bind the resize method to it?

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I did what you said but it is saying one of the items in the list is not defined.

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