11.6. Setting text and pixmaps in the cells

A cell can contain a pixmap, text or both. To set them the following methods are used.
clist.set_text(row, column, text)

clist.set_pixmap(row, column, pixmap, mask)

clist.set_pixtext(row, column, text, spacing, pixmap, mask)

It's quite straightforward. All the calls have the row and column of the cell as the first two arguments, followed by the data to be set. The spacing argument in the set_pixtext() method is the number of pixels between the pixmap and the beginning of the text. In all cases the data is copied into the widget.

To read back the data, we use:
text = clist.get_text(row, column)

pixmap, mask = clist.get_pixmap(row, column)

text, spacing, pixmap, mask = clist.get_pixtext(row, column)

There is one more call that is related to what's inside a cell in the clist, and that's
cell_type = clist.get_cell_type(row, column)

which returns the type of data in a cell. The return value is one of

There is also a method that will let us set the indentation, both vertical and horizontal, of a cell. The indentation value is an integer, given in pixels, and can be both positive and negative.
clist.set_shift(row, column, vertical, horizontal)