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Stipple bitmap The name of a bitmap which is used as a stipple brush when drawing the line. Typical values are “gray12”, “gray25”, “gray50”, or “gray75”. Default is a solid brush (no bitmap). arrow constant If set to a value other than NONE, the line is drawn as an arrow. The option value defines where to draw the arrow head: FIRST, LAST, or BOTH. Default is NONE. 2 and earlier. For compatibility, use the strings “first” and “last” instead. arrowshape 3-tuple Controls the shape of the arrow. Default is (8, 10, 3).

The Canvas widget allows you to identify items in several ways. Everywhere a method expects an item specifier, you can use one of the following: • item handles • tags Methods The first group of methods are used to create and configure items on a canvas. create_arc(bbox, options) ⇒ id • ALL Create an arc canvas item. Returns the item handle. • CURRENT Item handles are integer values that are used to identify a specific item on the canvas. Tkinter automatically assigns a new handle to each new item created on the canvas.

Find_withtag("one") (1,) The Canvas widget also provides two predefined tags: ALL (or “all”) matches all items on the canvas. bbox(ALL)) CURRENT (or “current”) matches the item under the mouse pointer, if any. This can be used To convert from window coordinates to canvas coordinates, use the canvasx and canvasy methods: inside mouse event bindings to refer to the item that trigged the callback. find_closest(x, y) To be added. Patterns Item Specifiers To be added. The Canvas widget allows you to identify items in several ways.

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