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Temperature Converter In Python With Source Code

Project: Temperature Converter In Python With Source Code

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The Temperature converter In Python is a simple project developed using Python. This project is a GUI application that converts Temperature from a Celcius unit to Fahrenheit. Also, this app is capable of handling all types of exceptions. This project is an interesting useful project.

About system

This Temperature Converter application is in Python. Talking about the features of this system, this python application is simply designed to convert entered numbers from Celcius to Fahrenheit and it is also capable of handling all types of exceptions. Here, the module used is Tkinter(). It is a standard Python interface to the Tk GUI toolkit shipped with Python. Also, python with Tkinter outputs the fastest and easiest way to create GUI applications. And, Creating a GUI using Tkinter is an easy task. Also, the design of this system is pretty simple so that the user won’t get any difficulties while working on it.

How To Run The Project?

To run this project, you must have installed Python on your PC. After downloading the project, follow the steps below:

Step1: Extract/Unzip the file

Step 2: Go inside the project folder, open cmd then type temperature_converter.py and enter to start the system.


Step 2: Simply, double click the temperature_converter.py file and you are ready to go.

The Temperature Converter in Python with source code is free to download, Use for educational purposes only! For the project demo, you can have a look at the video below:

project demo


If stuck or need help customizing this converter app as per your need, just comment down below and we will do our best to answer your question ASAP. 

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  1. Priya Bind Reply

    You are really good

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