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The frame command creates a new window (given by the pathName argument) and makes it into a frame widget. Additional options, described above, may be specified on the command line or in the option database to configure aspects of the frame such as its background color and relief. The frame command returns the path name of the new window.
A frame is a simple widget. Its primary purpose is to act as a spacer or container for complex window layouts. The only features of a frame are its background color and an optional 3-D border to make the frame appear raised or sunken.
In addition to the standard options listed above, a :class option may be specified on the command line. If it is specified, then the new widget's class will be set to className instead of Frame. Changing the class of a frame widget may be useful in order to use a special class name in database options referring to this widget and its children. Note: :class is handled differently than other command-line options and cannot be specified using the option database (it has to be processed before the other options are even looked up, since the new class name will affect the lookup of the other options). In addition, the :class option may not be queried or changed using the config command described below.
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