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Dear monks I still working on my pet project due to some other projects i put this aside but again I took a look a new perpective i dont care how many file I need to edit to change the status of the banks or operations, so I did these little code
use Tk; $mw->title("Bank status"); $mw->geometry("1024x764"); my $upperframe = $mw->frame()-pack(-fill => 'x'); Tk::MainLoop(); sub build_entry_bank{ my $statusbank = shift; my $box_banamex = $upperframe->Entry( -forecolor => 'blue', -textvariable => \$statusbank, -width => 20, )->pack (-side => 'left', -expand => 1); return $box_banamex; } sub status_bank{ open (DATBANK, "banamex.txt") || die ("File Bank did not open! +!!!"); my @bank_status = <DATBANK>; close (DATBANK); foreach my $status_bank(@bank_status){ chomp ($status_bank); my $statusbank; my $bank; ($bank,$statusbank) = split(/\|/,$status_bank); } }
now these code has some things missing, one of them how to make the data on the sub status_bank being use on the sub build_entry_bank and later how to make the data on sub status_bank can by refresh every one minute with repeat does anyone have any pointers or teach me it will be apreciatted


In reply to Refresh data ina entry widget by padawan_linuxero

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