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/Demo/tkinter/matt/canvas-w-widget-draw-el.py

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 1from Tkinter import *
 2
 3# this file demonstrates the creation of widgets as part of a canvas object
 4
 5class Test(Frame):
 6    def printhi(self):
 7        print "hi"
 8
 9    def createWidgets(self):
10        self.QUIT = Button(self, text='QUIT', foreground='red',
11                           command=self.quit)
12        self.QUIT.pack(side=BOTTOM, fill=BOTH)
13
14        self.draw = Canvas(self, width="5i", height="5i")
15
16        self.button = Button(self, text="this is a button",
17                             command=self.printhi)
18
19        # note here the coords are given in pixels (form the
20        # upper right and corner of the window, as usual for X)
21        # but might just have well been given in inches or points or
22        # whatever...use the "anchor" option to control what point of the
23        # widget (in this case the button) gets mapped to the given x, y.
24        # you can specify corners, edges, center, etc...
25        self.draw.create_window(300, 300, window=self.button)
26
27        self.draw.pack(side=LEFT)
28
29    def __init__(self, master=None):
30        Frame.__init__(self, master)
31        Pack.config(self)
32        self.createWidgets()
33
34test = Test()
35
36test.mainloop()