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A good book indeed!

The Table of Contents:

  1. Hello, Perl/Tk
  2. Geometry Management
  3. Fonts
  4. Button, Checkbutton, and Radiobutton Widgets
  5. Label and Entry Widgets
  6. The Scrollbar Widget
  7. The Listbox Widget
  8. The Text, TextUndo, and ROText Widgets
  9. The Canvas Widget
  10. The Scale Widget
  11. Frame, MainWindow, and Toplvel Widgets
  12. The Menu System
  13. Miscellaneous Perl/Tk Methods
  14. Creating Custom Widgets in Pure Perl/Tk
  15. Anatomy of the MainLoop
  16. User Customization
  17. Images and Animations
  18. A Tk Interface Extension Tour
  19. Interprocess Communication with Pipes and Sockets
  20. IPC with send
  21. C Widget Internals
  22. Perl/Tk and the Web
  23. Plethora of pTk Potpourri
Installing Perl/Tk
Options and Default Values for Each Widget
Complete Program Listings


In reply to Re: Mastering Perl/Tk by herveus
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