in reply to Tk, images, where do I begin.
I would suggest:
- The widget program, which should be in the same directory as your perl binary (probably /usr/bin/widget on Unix, or c:\Perl\bin\widget.bat on Windows)
- Either of the two Perl/Tk books, learning or mastering
- The fine documentation, including the overview
- And, of course, the monastery, if you have any specific questions.
Myself, I found the widget examples to be the most useful.
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