How to install tkinter in pycharm?

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I am trying to install tkinter in pycharm but I am not able to find the module. I went to settings, project interpreter. Searched for “tkinter”,”Tkinter”, and “python-tk” but couldn’t find it. Can someone tell me how to install tkinter in pycharm?
Apr 3, 2019 in Python by Raj
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Thanks very much

2 answers to this question.

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Ya, this is a problem with installing tkinter on pycharm. You don’t have a tkinter module like you use while using pip. To install tkinter in Pycharm, install the module “future” and restart pycharm. Tkinter will be imported.
answered Apr 3, 2019 by Jishan
Thanks. Help me so much.
I installed "future" module in pycharm but still I get and error:  module not found:no module named tkinter
Was the "future" module successfully installed? I think it wasn't. Because ideally, installing that module should solve the problem.
something similar happended to me. i installed future and i saw it say that it was successfully installed. Then, i restarted pycharm. but still i found no tkinter module.
Hey,

Are you getting any error out of that?
but how to install the module future

Hi, @Rais,

To install the latest stable version, type:

pip install future

I hope this works.

Hi, 

I installed "future" module in pycharm. To access tkinter use:

from future.moves import tkinter

If it don't work for you, search where tkinter lies in "future" package using cmd:

$ find . -name "*tkinter*"

and import accordingly.

Hi, @Ritesh,

You can try this to install the future module. Future is a module that aids in conversion between Python 2 and 3

pip3 install future

or

pip install -U future 
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from random import randint
from time import sleep
md2=randint(1,30)
def gentree():
    print("\033c")
    for x in range(1.30,2):
        md1=randint(1,md2)
        if x==1:
            ch="$"
        elif md1%4==0:
            ch="0"
        elif md1%3==0:
            ch="i"
        else:
            ch="*"
        print("{i^33}".format_map(ch*x))
    print("{i^33}".format("|||"))
    print("{i^33}".format("|||"))
    sleep(.75)
answered Dec 17, 2019 by anonymous
can you please explain this code? How is it related to installing tkinter in pycharm?

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