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As far as I know, you can't mix pack and grid. First you pack() your widgets, then you try to use grid() on them, you can't. See Geometry Management

Here is a simple grid usage:

#!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; use Tk; use Data::Dumper; my $top = new MainWindow(); #my %items = ( A => [1,1a], B => [2,2a], C => [3,3a] ); my $count = 0; my %items = (); for('A'..'Z','a'..'z'){ $count++; $items{$_} = [$count, "$count-a"]; } my $row = 0; foreach my $item ( sort keys(%items) ) { #print @{$items{$item}},"\n"; $top->Label( -text => $item, -anchor => "w", -relief => 'solid', #will show gridlines )->grid( -row => $row, -column => 0 ); $top->Entry( -textvariable => \$items{$item}[0], -width => 5, -relief => 'solid', #will show gridlines )->grid( -row => $row, -column => 1 ); $top->Entry( -textvariable => \$items{$item}[1], -width => 5, -relief => 'solid', #will show gridlines )->grid( -row => $row, -column => 2 ); $row++; } MainLoop();

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In reply to Re^3: failed AUTOLOAD widgets when trying to destory widget by zentara
in thread failed AUTOLOAD widgets when trying to destory widget by reaper9187

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