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Penetration Testing with Perl by Swizec Teller

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Chapter 13. Perl/Tk

Throughout this book, we have worked with simple, text-based programs for input and output using only our terminals. One way in which we can surely enhance our Perl programs is to create a simple graphical user interface (GUI) for one program or a combination of multiple programs. These GUI programs consist of a main window in our window manager, such as Gnome, Unity, or Microsoft Windows. Within this window, we have text labels, text entry, text output, buttons, images, image buttons, progress bars, scrollbars, and even frames. The Perl module that we will be using to create our GUI, Perl/Tk, refers to these objects as widgets. In fact, Tk is often referred to as the widget toolkit. Tk is actually cross-platform and is an ...

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