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Tk tutorials for Perl

by HTTP-404 (Sexton)
on Mar 22, 2001 at 02:10 UTC ( #66160=perlquestion: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??
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Been digging this topic in Super Search no results(proper) i know only 2 palces www.suite101.com and www.perl.com any1 knows more thnx

Comment on Tk tutorials for Perl
(jeffa) Re: Tk tutorials for Perl
by jeffa (Chancellor) on Mar 22, 2001 at 02:14 UTC
    If you are using a *nix operating system, Tk provides a demo/tutorial called widget:
    shell_prompt% widget
    providing the install set up the bomb path properly, otherwise try to 'locate' it first, it is there. :)

    Jeff

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Re: Tk tutorials for Perl
by Desdinova (Friar) on Mar 22, 2001 at 02:47 UTC
    if you are willing to part with $ O'Rielly has a book 'Learning Perl/Tk' that seems to be pretty good. I am just strating it though
Re: Tk tutorials for Perl
by dvergin (Monsignor) on Mar 22, 2001 at 02:59 UTC
    Hmmm... several of my old links for this sort of info have gone bad. Here are some that are still good:

      PerlTK,
      the Perl/TK FAQ,
      this tutorial which is part of this larger repository of Perl/TK stuff.

    As jeffa mentions, there is the widget demo that comes with your TK installation. But there is also a copious collection (over 90 separate files) of other docs on various pieces of the TK collection of tools. These are all available with the Windows install as they are on Linux. On the windows box I have at hand at the moment ( with ActiveState Perl), those files are found as HTML in C:\Perl\html\site\lib\Tk and as pods in C:\Perl\site\lib\Tk. YMMV

Re: Tk tutorials for Perl
by kschwab (Priest) on Mar 22, 2001 at 05:41 UTC
Re: Tk tutorials for Perl
by strredwolf (Chaplain) on Mar 23, 2001 at 04:36 UTC
    What I did was understand Tk in Tcl's context, and then applied that to Perl. Once you understand what the Tcl/Tk man pages say, Perl/Tk's pages aren't so bad.

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