This chapter covers
■ Creating frames and applying styles
■ Working with frames and scrollbars
■ Creating alternative frame types
■ Creating and manipulating splitter windows
All user interaction in your wxPython program takes place inside a widget container, which would commonly be called a window. In wxPython, that container is called a frame. In this chapter, we'll discuss several different styles of frames in wxPython. The primary wx.Frame class has several different frame style bits which can change its appearance. In addition, wxPython offers miniframes, and frames that implement the Multiple Document Interface (MDI). Frames can be split into sections using splitter bars, and can encompass panels larger than the frame itself using scrollbars.
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