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Re^2: Multiple Rows

by PilotinControl (Scribe)
on Oct 04, 2013 at 18:15 UTC ( #1056908=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Multiple Rows
in thread Multiple Rows

What format method would you suggest mtmcc to line up the rows? Thanks.


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Re^3: Multiple Rows
by mtmcc (Hermit) on Oct 04, 2013 at 20:16 UTC
    I'm glad you've made some progress.

    I'm not certain what you mean by lining up the rows; if you mean aligning the columns, then you could do something like use a table widget, instead of a label/ROText, like this:

    #!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use Tk; use Tk::ROText; use Tk::Table; my $hdb; my $window = MainWindow->new; $window->title("Host Report"); my $labs = $window->Table(-columns => 3, -rows => 5)->pack(-side => 'b +ottom'); $labs -> put (1, 1, "Results"); $window->Entry(-textvariable => \$hdb )->pack; $window->Button(-text => "Go", -command => \&host )->pack; $window->Button(-text => "Quit", -command => \&stop )->pack; MainLoop; sub host { #open (FH, "<", "host.txt"); my $row = 2; my $col = 0; my $x = 0; my @lines = <DATA>; print STDERR "@lines\n\n"; #close FH; foreach my $hdb2 (@lines) { chomp $hdb2; my @field = split(':',$hdb2); #if ($field[0] =~ /(?<![\w-])$hdb(?![\w-])/i) { for ($x=0; $x <=2; $x += 1) { $field[$x] = '' unless defined $field[$x]; my $tempLabel = $labs->Label(-text =>"$field[$x]", -anchor => +'w'); $labs->put($row, $x, $tempLabel); } $row += 1; #} } } sub stop{ exit; } __DATA__ these:lines are:the:lines that:you are:looking:at

    Alternatively, you could get all the data you want to print in an array or other data structure, and use a text based approach to alignment (eg see 'padding with spaces' here: Using (s)printf())

    If you meant something else, let me know and I'll try again...

      do not really need the scroll text bars...all is needed is to search the host file and have a header with the results posted below:
      IP ADDRESS | PORT | TCP
      192.168.1.1

      Thats more like the out put I am seeking thanks.

        This will remove the scrollbars:

        #!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use Tk; use Tk::ROText; use Tk::Table; my $hdb; my $window = MainWindow->new; $window->title("Host Report"); my $labs = $window->Table(-columns => 3, -fixedrows => 6, -fixedcolumn +s => 4, -rows => 5)->pack(-side => 'bottom'); $labs -> put (1, 1, "Results"); $window->Entry(-textvariable => \$hdb )->pack; $window->Button(-text => "Go", -command => \&host )->pack; $window->Button(-text => "Quit", -command => \&stop )->pack; MainLoop; sub host { #open (FH, "<", "host.txt"); my $row = 2; my $col = 0; my $x = 0; my @lines = <DATA>; print STDERR "@lines\n\n"; #close FH; foreach my $hdb2 (@lines) { chomp $hdb2; my @field = split(':',$hdb2); #if ($field[0] =~ /(?<![\w-])$hdb(?![\w-])/i) { for ($x=0; $x <=2; $x += 1) { $field[$x] = '' unless defined $field[$x]; my $tempLabel = $labs->Label(-text =>"$field[$x]", -anchor => +'w'); $labs->put($row, $x, $tempLabel); } $row += 1; #} } } sub stop{ exit; } __DATA__ these:lines are:the:lines that:you are:looking:at

        I hope that helps.

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