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Hi everyone,
I'm trying to develop this GUI that uses the perl Tk text widget to print certain values. However when i execute the print command for the text widget, i.e $txt->insert('end', "$worksheet->{Cells}[$row][$col]->{Val}"); the widget does not print the string. It only prints
TCH Drop: TCH Drop: TCH Drop:
I tried to check if the string was empty but it was not. I then output the string to the command window and got this result:
TCH Drop: A M J 0 0 1 B TCH Block: A M J 0 0 1 C TCH Drop: A M J 0 0 1 C TCH Block: B K T 0 0 1 A TCH Drop: B K T 0 0 1 A
I feel this has something to do with the structure of the string that is being passed although the actual string in the excel file looks something like BKT001A, AMJ001C, etc.. I'm new to perl and would really like some help with this problem... !!! Thanks ..!!!!!

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