SPUG: Perl Tk book advice request

Brian Wisti brianwisti at yahoo.com
Wed Sep 29 16:13:55 CDT 2004

Mastering Perl/Tk is good. There is also a chapter in Advanced Perl
Programming that covers this exact subject (assuming the subject is
"tetris with perl/tk"

-- Brian Wisti

--- tom Coleman <tom_g_coleman at hotmail.com> wrote:

> List,
> I've recently written tetris as part of the perl QOTW, it was in
> ascii.  My 
> clients did not appreciate the %%, ** and ## "colored" shapes, they 
> complained of headaches.  wimps, they should be happy it's not on
> teletype.
> So I wrestled with the Perl Tk module, and have something working. 
> However 
> there is a lot of punting going on.  ( try this, try that, tweak
> this, hey 
> it works! stop tweaking )  I'd like to understand what I have
> working.
> The O'Reilly book on Perl/Tk is falling short of what I want.
> Can you suggest a book / tutorial to learn Perl/Tk?  Perhaps I need
> to focus 
> on Tk alone first.
> thank you,
> tom
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