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Re: Basic examples of perl/tk and fork

by ww (Archbishop)
on Jun 23, 2015 at 12:23 UTC ( #1131614=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Basic examples of perl/tk and fork

The recommendation (found in the PerlMonks FAQ) to the general effect of show some effort has not been satisfied.

At least show us which part of the basic instructional information the Monastery offers (HINT: see Tutorials) you don't understand.

As others have said, "we can teach you but we can't learn for you."

Questions containing the words "doesn't work" (or their moral equivalent) will usually get a downvote from me unless accompanied by:
  1. code
  2. verbatim error and/or warning messages
  3. a coherent explanation of what "doesn't work actually means.

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