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How do I program Tkx?

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Contributed by jdporter on Jun 23, 2010 at 19:45 UTC
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Now that Tk is no longer included by default in some popular distros of Perl, but Tkx is, I need to learn how to program using the latter. Are there any good resources out there?

Answer: How do I program Tkx?
contributed by jdporter

  1. The documentation of the Tkx distro itself; it includes a Tkx::Tutorial.
  2. The perl.tcltk newsgroup. It is archived here.
  3. TkDocs. Has reference materials and tutorials. Perl examples are for Tkx, not Tk!
  4. Tcl/Tk documentation - the horse's mouth.
  5. Online documentation for ActiveState Tcl.

Also check out Tcl::pTk, which provides direct access to Tcl/Tk (that's right - Tcl) but via the Perl/Tk.pm syntax you know and love.

Answer: How do I program Tkx?
contributed by zek152

The reference I use is http://www.tkdocs.com/tutorial/onepage.html . All the examples for Perl use Tkx. Hope this helps.

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