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Python-Traffic Light

  1. Oct 20, 2012 #1
    Trying to create a traffic light in python, simply by creating a rectangle and circles in a canvas. The lights change from green to yellow, yellow to red, and red to green. Only one color can be on at a time. Start the animation with the green light on. The program waits for two seconds before changing from one color to another.


    from Tkinter import *


    class TrafficLights(Frame):

    def __init__(self):
    """Sets up the window and widgets."""


    Frame.__init__(self)
    self.master.title("Traffic Lights")
    self.grid()
    x='white'
    y='white'
    z='green'
    # create a canvas and place in this frame
    self.canvas = Canvas(self, width = 300, height = 400,
    bg = "white")
    self.canvas.grid(row = 0, column = 0)
    self.canvas.create_rectangle(100, 50, 200, 350)

    self.canvas.create_oval(100, 50, 200, 150, fill=x)
    self.canvas.create_oval(100, 150, 200, 250, fill=y)
    self.canvas.create_oval(100, 250, 200, 350, fill=z)

    def main():
    TrafficLights().mainloop()

    main()





    That is what I have so far and am not too sure on the best way to go from here. I'm pretty sure i need to use after() and update() but I just need assistance with setting up the animation to fill the circles
     
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