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Re: Which Book is better?

by arkturuz (Curate)
on Feb 11, 2014 at 21:24 UTC ( #1074512=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Which Book is better?

Not a book, but this online resource is pretty good for learning Tk: http://www.tkdocs.com/tutorial/index.html. Every example is written in four programming languages: Tcl/TK, Ruby, Python and Perl.

Once you know the basics, original Tcl/Tk code can be pretty easily translated to perlTK. A lot of source code can be found here: http://wiki.tcl.tk/. Tcl, as it is, is not a complicated language, and it's easily read if you know Perl (although they're superficially similar).

Update:Of course there's a lot of perlTK code out there to learn from. My starting point for perlTK was Tcl/Tk.


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