How to use 'tkinter get window size' in Python

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315def get_window_size(self):
316 """Retrieve the window size.
317
318 Returns
319 -------
320 hienoi.Vector2i
321 The window size.
322 """
323 window_size_x = ctypes.c_int()
324 window_size_y = ctypes.c_int()
325 sdl2.SDL_GetWindowSize(self._handles.window,
326 ctypes.byref(window_size_x),
327 ctypes.byref(window_size_y))
328 return Vector2i(window_size_x.value, window_size_y.value)
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663def get_size(self):
664 rect = Rect()
665 carbon.GetWindowBounds(self._window, kWindowContentRgn, byref(rect))
666 return rect.right - rect.left, rect.bottom - rect.top

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