Using AppleScript To Launch Python

OK, one for the Mac users. Continuing the  theme of user interfaces, here’s a simple but powerful way of using AppleScript to create a user interface for your Python programs and shell scripts and sending the results to just about any application installed on your Mac.

This solution has the advantage over Python’s native Tkinter in that the development time is much faster, and uses the speech synthesis features of OS/X to make your code much easier to use for the non-technical, elderly or visually impaired.

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