wxPython | GetToolSeparation() function in wxPython

In this article we are going to learn about GetToolSeparation() function associated with wx.ToolBar class of wxPython. GetToolSeparation() function returns the default separator size. GetToolSeparation() function takes no arguments.

Syntax :

wx.ToolBar.GetToolSeparation(self)

Parameters :

GetToolSeparation() function takes no arguments.

Returns:

Returns the default separator size.

Return Type:



int

Example #1:

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import wx
  
  
class Example(wx.Frame):
    def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
        super(Example, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)
        self.InitUI()
  
    def InitUI(self):
        self.locale = wx.Locale(wx.LANGUAGE_ENGLISH)
        pnl = wx.Panel(self)
        self.toolbar = self.CreateToolBar()
  
        # Add Tools Using AddTool function
        rtool = self.toolbar.AddLabelTool(id = 13, label = "Tool one", bitmap = wx.Bitmap('right.png'), shortHelp ="short help 1", longHelp = "Long help associated with simple tool 1")
        stool = self.toolbar.AddLabelTool(id = 14, label = "Tool two", bitmap = wx.Bitmap('wrong.png'), shortHelp ="short help 2", longHelp = "Long help associated with simple tool 2")
  
        self.toolbar.Realize()
        self.SetSize((350, 250))
        self.SetTitle('Control')
        self.Centre()
  
        # print tool separation value
        print(self.toolbar.GetToolSeparation())
  
  
def main():
    app = wx.App()
    ex = Example(None)
    ex.Show()
    app.MainLoop()
  
  
if __name__ == '__main__':
    main()

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Output:

0

Example #2:

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import wx
  
  
class Example(wx.Frame):
    def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
        super(Example, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)
        self.InitUI()
  
    def InitUI(self):
        self.locale = wx.Locale(wx.LANGUAGE_ENGLISH)
        pnl = wx.Panel(self)
        self.toolbar = self.CreateToolBar()
        self.toolbar.SetToolSeparation(12)
        # Add Tools Using AddTool function
        rtool = self.toolbar.AddLabelTool(id = 13, label = "Tool one", bitmap = wx.Bitmap('right.png'), shortHelp ="short help 1", longHelp = "Long help associated with simple tool 1")
        stool = self.toolbar.AddLabelTool(id = 14, label = "Tool two", bitmap = wx.Bitmap('wrong.png'), shortHelp ="short help 2", longHelp = "Long help associated with simple tool 2")
  
        self.toolbar.Realize()
        self.SetSize((350, 250))
        self.SetTitle('Control')
        self.Centre()
  
        # print tool separation value
        print(self.toolbar.GetToolSeparation())
  
  
def main():
    app = wx.App()
    ex = Example(None)
    ex.Show()
    app.MainLoop()
  
  
if __name__ == '__main__':
    main()

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Output:

12

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