Reminder Using Tkinter

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  1. RiNo

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    Hi everyone,

    I want to make a reminder using tkinter.How I can do this?
    Is there a special module or some tools in python(or in tkinter) that can help me..?

    For example:

    I want in specified time (e.x. 14:00 or 18:00 etc) to create a messagebox,that it will say "It's time for walk" and if it is possible to do a short sound (or a music track).


    Before, coding in Visual Basic as remember I used something like "timer"..But I can't remember more about this.. :p


    Thanks in advance...
     
    RiNo, Dec 13, 2012
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