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Hi, Monks!

I have this code:

#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use Tkx; my $mw = Tkx::widget->new('.'); $mw->g_wm_minsize( 400, 350 ); my $btn_start = $mw->new_ttk__button( -text => "Start", -width => 60, +-command => sub { start(); } ); my $txt_processed_domains = $mw->new_tk__text( -width => 40, -height = +> 10, -state => "disabled", -wrap => "none" ); Tkx::grid( $btn_start, -row => 2, -columnspan => 3, -padx => 10, -pady + => 10 ); Tkx::grid( $txt_processed_domains, -row => 3, -columnspan => 3, -padx +=> 10, -pady => 10 ); Tkx::MainLoop(); sub start { foreach my $id ( 1.. 10 ) { $txt_processed_domains->configure(-state => "normal"); $txt_processed_domains->insert_end( "$id => Available\n" ); $txt_processed_domains->configure(-state => "disabled"); sleep 1; } Tkx::tk___messageBox( -message => "Completed!" ); }

I need to see which ids are processed but only get whole list at the end. It's like buffering with filehandles but i'm not sure. How to see text in the text box just after inserting it?

Update: I find Tkx::update(); do what i want!

In reply to [Tkx] Buffering/Updating issue for text element by Gangabass

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