Python Brackets- Need help getting a simple program to work

Hello, I am relatively new to using Brackets for python so I apologise in advance if my code is amazingly awful and unorganised.

from tkinter import *


class StoryGUI:
def __init__(self, master):
master.title(“Story GUI”)

self.label=Label(master, text=“You see a dog. Do you want to pet the dog?”)

self.pet_button = Button(master, text=“Pet”,

self.close_button=Button(master, text=“Finish Story”, command=master.quit)

def pet(self):

ptext=“You pet the dog”

plabel=Label(StoryGUI, text=ptext).pack()

mlabel=Label(StoryGUI,text=“My Label”)

story_gui = StoryGUI(root)

I am trying to create a decision-making/story game and I need help organising all my buttons and making them work; I want the pet_button to print “You pet the dog” in the GUI when clicked but I can’t find any tutorials which I’m able to follow- any sort of help would be appreciated. :slight_smile:

Here’s the error message I receive:

The StoryGUI class is not an instance of the Tk class, it has a member (master) which is a Tk instance. So in the three lines (e.g. “mLabel=”), trying to use StoryGUI as a Tk isn’t going to work. I.e. the first parameter for Label() must be a Tk, which StoryGUI is not.

(For future reference: your tabs got lost when you posted your code, and I’m sure you’ve discovered by now, tabs are important in Python! The “insert code” function would preserve your tabs.)

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