Perl/Tk saves your favourite tools
next: Tk items
This is one of the simplest Tk programs you can write. First, you have to
create a main window (a big thing with border). Each call for
Not before the
To show an object, like a button, you require two things: first you have to create the object to be displayed on a window. Then you give the object a place in the window.
The list of parameters looks like a hash, which is almost true: within the
object creation routines it is tranformed into a hash. The labels start with a
dash which is (happily) accepted by Perl as part of a string left from the
Created by Mark Overmeer with PPresenter on 5 august 2001.