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A common mistake is to use the wrong parent for some of the widgets. Patterns Using the grid manager is easy. Just create the widgets, and use the grid method to tell the manager in which row and column to place them. You don't have to specify the size of the grid beforehand; the manager automatically determines that from the widgets in it. grid(row=1) 83 Copyright (c) 1999 by Fredrik Lundh 84 Review Copy. Do not redistribute! 1999-12-01 22:15 Chapter 27. The Grid Geometry Manager e1 = Entry(master) e2 = Entry(master) Chapter 27.
Padx, pady distance Optional padding to place around the widget in a cell. Default is 0. row integer Insert the widget at this row. Row numbers start with 0. If omitted, defaults to the first empty row in the grid. rowspan integer If given, indicates that the widget cell should span more than one row. sticky constant Defines how to expand the widget if the resulting cell is larger than the widget itself. This can be any combination of the constants S, N, E, and W, or NW, NE, SW, and SE. For example, W (west) means that the widget should be aligned to the left cell border.
The following code creates the layout shown in the previous section: Remove the widget. The widget is not destroyed, and can be displayed again by grid or any other manager. grid_info() ⇒ dictionary Return a dictionary containing the current options. grid(sticky=E) grid_remove() Remove the widget. The widget is not destroyed, and can be displayed again by grid or any other manager. grid(columnspan=2, sticky=W) 85 Copyright (c) 1999 by Fredrik Lundh 86 Review Copy. Do not redistribute! 1999-12-01 22:15 Chapter 27.