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Old 11-30-2007, 09:10 AM   #1
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LXer: Intermediate widgets with Perl/Tk module, Part 2


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Although Perl-based Web interfaces have limitations, Perl is one of the most commonly used Web development languages. UNIX users who have a programming background in shell scripting, Perl, or another language can breathe new life into Perl-based Web interfaces by using the Perl/Tk module. In this second article of the series, learn about intermediate widgets, including radiobutton, checkbutton, menu, menubutton, and scrollbar.

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