There are a couple of obvious ways. First the date is stored in a textvariable, so all you have to do is read $date. Second, if you read "perldoc Tk::ChooseDate", there is the get method.
#sets date thru the textvariable
my $date = '2006/6/6';
my $mw = new MainWindow;
my $cd = $mw->ChooseDate(
-font =>'big', # the label font
-bg=>'lightsteelblue', #the label bg
-arrowcolor => 'black',
-dateformat => 1,
-orthodox => 0,
my $get_button = $mw->Button(-text=>'Get',
my $cdcan = $cd->Subwidget('canvas');
$cdcan->configure(-bg=>'black'); # bg of weekdays bar
my $cdtop = $cd->Subwidget('toplevel');
$cdtop->configure(-bg=>'black'); # outline of popup
# sets the date thru set
$cd->set( y=>2005, m=>5, d=>5 );
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