In PyQt5, when we create more than one label at same position they overlap each other such that the label which was made at last should be shown at top. Although, we can set the opaque level but sometimes some label have lower priority and that’s why they should be at below level therefore,
lower() method is used.
Syntax : label.lower()
Argument : It takes no argument.
Action performed : It sets lower priority to the label.
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