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This class is used to construct horizontal box layout objects. See
QBoxLayout for details.
The simplest use of the class is like this:
window = QWidget() button1 = QPushButton("One") button2 = QPushButton("Two") button3 = QPushButton("Three") button4 = QPushButton("Four") button5 = QPushButton("Five") layout = QHBoxLayout(window) layout.addWidget(button1) layout.addWidget(button2) layout.addWidget(button3) layout.addWidget(button4) layout.addWidget(button5) window.show()
First, we create the widgets we want to add to the layout. Then, we create the
QHBoxLayout object, setting
window as parent by passing it in the constructor; next we add the widgets to the layout.
window will be the parent of the widgets that are added to the layout.
If you don’t pass a parent
window to the constructor, you can at a later point use
setLayout() to install the
QHBoxLayout object onto
window. At that point, the widgets in the layout are reparented to have
window as their parent.
- class PySide6.QtWidgets.QHBoxLayout#
Constructs a new horizontal box. You must add it to another layout.
Constructs a new top-level horizontal box with parent
The layout is set directly as the top-level layout for
parent. There can be only one top-level layout for a widget. It is returned by