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Binding and Unbinding in Tkinter

Binding and Unbinding in Tkinter

Binding and Unbinding in Tkinter

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I'm writing a GUI that has alot of buttons, many of which do similar things. So, instead of giving each button a  command statement I used the bind_class method for "Buttons". My problem is that I have a couple of buttons that I need to do something completely different and don't want them to be bound like the others.

I'm a new python programmer, and I don't quite understand it all yet... I can't seem to figure out how to use the unbind method or if I can use it at all.

HELP PLEASE.

Thanks,

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