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G'day reaper9187,

"Can we create a table within the tk widget to display data ..????"

Yes. See Tk::Text - EMBEDDED WINDOWS and Tk::Table.

-- Ken


In reply to Re: Formatting text-Create table -perl Tk by kcott
in thread Formatting text-Create table -perl Tk by reaper9187

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