How to store an output into an empty box

Hello, my project is coming along great. I have built a mini tax calculator. But i dont know how to store the output into an empty button / box. I have looked over input docs, and dont think thats what i need. Im not sure if i need a state or somthing? Just looking for guidence or pointed in the right direction so i can troubleshoot please.

Here is the code so far:

from multiprocessing.sharedctypes import Value
from dash import Dash, dcc, html, Input, Output

app = Dash(__name__)
app.layout = html.Div([
    dcc.Dropdown({56: 'NYC',23: 'MTL', 54.3: 'SF'}, 56, id='demo-dropdown'),


    "Product price: ",
    dcc.Input(id='user-input', value=0, type='number'),

    "Total with tax: ",
    dcc.Input(id='blank-input', value=0, type='number'),



    Output('dd-output-container', 'children'),
    Output('dd-output-container2', 'children'),
    Output('Combined-output', 'children'),
    Input('demo-dropdown', 'value'),
    Input('user-input', 'value'),
    Input('blank-input', 'value'),

def update_output(value, value1, value3):

    # This is the value from the dictionary and turns it into a decimal (value)
    sales_converstion =  (float(value) /100)

    # This  is the decimal multiplied by the user input whhich is (value 1)
    Sales_tax = (sales_converstion * value1)

    # Then we add value to value1 - which is the salesconverstion

    Total_amount = (Sales_tax + value1)

    value3 = Total_amount
    return f'The state tax is: % {value}', f' {value1}', f'  {value3}'

if __name__ == '__main__':

Thanks for any help

Can you define, empty box?

You can make a div that looks like a box and throw the value in it as a child.

I guess what you want might be similar to the to-do-list example in this link below.

But pattern-matching is kind of complex for beginners. So, my suggestion is that you might as well design it as a table, it will be easier to start using dash-table.

Hi, I think this might be the way, im going to try and learn about bootstrap. So should be able to do it that way!

Hi thanks for this. That gave me the fear reading over the docs, i struggle with regular callbacks at this stage haha.

Good to know this is there though.