This geometry manager organizes widgets by placing them in a specific position in the parent widget.
widget.place( place_options )
Here is the list of possible options −
anchor − The exact spot of widget other options refer to: may be N, E, S, W, NE, NW, SE, or SW, compass directions indicating the corners and sides of widget; default is NW (the upper left corner of widget)
bordermode − INSIDE (the default) to indicate that other options refer to the parent's inside (ignoring the parent's border); OUTSIDE otherwise.
height, width − Height and width in pixels.
relheight, relwidth − Height and width as a float between 0.0 and 1.0, as a fraction of the height and width of the parent widget.
relx, rely − Horizontal and vertical offset as a float between 0.0 and 1.0, as a fraction of the height and width of the parent widget.
x, y − Horizontal and vertical offset in pixels.
Try the following example by moving cursor on different buttons −
# !/usr/bin/python3 from tkinter import * top = Tk() L1 = Label(top, text = "Physics") L1.place(x = 10,y = 10) E1 = Entry(top, bd = 5) E1.place(x = 60,y = 10) L2 = Label(top,text = "Maths") L2.place(x = 10,y = 50) E2 = Entry(top,bd = 5) E2.place(x = 60,y = 50) L3 = Label(top,text = "Total") L3.place(x = 10,y = 150) E3 = Entry(top,bd = 5) E3.place(x = 60,y = 150) B = Button(top, text = "Add") B.place(x = 100, y = 100) top.geometry("250x250+10+10") top.mainloop()
When the above code is executed, it produces the following result −