dialog = Tkinter.Tk()
file = tkFileDialog.askopenfile(parent=root,mode='rb',title='Choose a file')
if file != None:
data = file.read()
Data should be stored in "Data".
Let me know if that works.
2008/10/5 <ollie at eillo.org>:
> With Python and Tk i can use "askopenfilename" to get the "Open File" dialog box. Does any one know how to just select a folder?
>> Just trying to get used to TK.
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