Do you have a great Python script, which runs via the command line that you wish could have a nice user interface? Or, do you know of a problem which could be resolved with a program containing a graphical interface? If so, this book is for you. All you need is some basic Python knowledge—things such as function declarations, if statements, for loops, and writing to files via the with statement. Everything else, including the use of Python's class system, will be covered in as much detail as you should need to complete each chapter.