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Tk the Perl module is an interface written by Nick Ing-Simmons to Tcl/Tk. Tcl/Tk is actually two products originally developed at the University of California Berkeley, now at Sun by John Ousterhout: the Tool Command Language and the Tool Kit. They are a versatile scripting language and a graphical interface development tool, respectively.

In brief Tk lets you build GUIs. If you build a Tk GUI with Perl it should run on just about anything Perl (and Perl Tk) runs on. By way of simple example it will almost certainly run on Win32 or Linux.



In reply to Re: Tk....What exactly IS it? by tachyon
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