Tkinter - Labels, Input Boxes, Buttons and Sliders

This is a breif example of how to use some of the basic widgets in tkinter.
import tkinter as tk

mywindow = tk.Tk()

def buttonPress():
    print("Button Pressed!!")

def textBox():
def slideValue():
    print (Slider.get())

label = tk.Label(mywindow, text="Label Text")

button = tk.Button(mywindow,text='Press',command=buttonPress)

textb = tk.Entry(mywindow,text="Entry")
textbutton = tk.Button(mywindow,text="Text Box",command=textBox)

Slider = (tk.Scale(mywindow,label=('Slider'),variable=0))
SliderButton = (tk.Button(mywindow,text='Slider',command=slideValue))

This creates the window:

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