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Playing around with tkinter and background colors


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Changes background color every 3 seconds
from dataclasses import dataclass, astuple
import tkinter as tk
from random import randint

class RGB:
    __slots__ = ['r','g','b']
    r: int
    g: int
    b: int

    def __str__(self):
        return f'#%02x%02x%02x'.upper() % astuple(self)
def color(arg, arg2):
    atup = [randint(0,255) for i in range(3)]
    atup = tuple(atup)
    colors = RGB(*atup)
    arg['text'] = f'Color: {colors}'
    arg2['bg'] = colors
    root.after(3000, lambda: color(arg, arg2))

root = tk.Tk()
colors = RGB(22,50,23)

label = tk.Label(root, font=(None, 28, 'normal'))
label['text'] = f'Color: {colors}'

bgcolor = tk.Label(root, bg=colors, relief='sunken')
bgcolor.pack(side='top', expand=True, fill='both', padx=5, pady=3)

root.after(3000, lambda: color(label, bgcolor))
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