This is an unofficial mirror of Tkinter reference documentation (based on Python 2.7 and Tk 8.5) created by the late John Shipman.
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For example, suppose that
Jukebox is a new
widget class that you have created. It's probably best
to have new widget classes inherit from the
Frame class, so to Tkinter it acts like a frame,
and you can arrange other widgets such as labels,
entries, and buttons inside it.
You set the new widget's class name by passing the name
class_ option to the parent
constructor in your new class's constructor. Here is a
fragment of the code that defines the new class:
class Jukebox(tk.Frame): def __init__(self, master): '''Constructor for the Jukebox class ''' tk.Frame.__init__(self, master, class_='Jukebox') self.__createWidgets() ...