How to use 'tkinter fullscreen' in Python

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175@contextmanager
176def fullscreen(self):
177 ''' Context Manager that enters full-screen mode and restores normal
178 mode on exit.
179
180 .. code-block:: python
181
182 with screen.fullscreen():
183 print('Hello, world!')
184 '''
185 stream = self._stream
186 stream.write(self.alt_screen_enable)
187 stream.write(str(self.save_title(0))) # 0 = both icon, title
188 stream.flush()
189 try:
190 yield self
191 finally:
192 stream.write(self.alt_screen_disable)
193 stream.write(str(self.restore_title(0))) # 0 = icon & title
194 stream.flush()
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