no i think you didnt understand the problem .. When i use the print command , it only displays the text in the command prompt window ( i have absolutely no problem in doing that evn now)... What i'm looking for is a way to print this text on a text area in a GUI window using perl Tk... I have defined the main widnow , text areas, alignment etc.. i have to display this text on the main GUI window..I use the $txt ->insert
command to print it in the text area... but somehow it prints only some of the values(rather than all) ...
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