This directory contains a collection of programs to demonstrate the features of the Tk toolkit. The programs are all scripts for Perl 5 with the "Tk" extension. If Perl has been installed in /usr/local/bin then you can invoke any of the programs in this directory just by typing its file name to your command shell. In particular, try the `widget' program. Ball.pm A class module used by `bounce'. LabeledEntryLabeledRadiobutton.pm A class module used by `composite'. bounce A bouncing ball simulation. browse A simple directory browser. Invoke it with an argument giving the name of the directory you'd like to browse. Double-click on files or subdirectories to browse them. Control-c and control-q cause the program to exit. color_editor Simple ColorEditor object example program. composite An example of a composite widget. dialog An example of Dialog.pm, a composite widget. hello Creates a single button; if you click on it, a message is typed and the application terminates. ixset A simple Tk-based wrapper for the "xset" program, which allows you to interactively query and set various X options such as mouse acceleration and bell volume. Thanks to Pierre David for contributing this example. rmt Allows you to "hook-up" remotely to any Tk application on the display. Select an application with the menu, then just type commands: they'll go to that application. rolodex A mock-up of a simple rolodex application. It has much of the user interface for such an application but no back-end database. This program was written in response to Tom LaStrange's toolkit benchmark challenge. timer Displays a seconds timer with start and stop buttons. Control-c and control-q cause it to exit. tom A sample program for Tom Christiansen (-: widget Contains a collection of demonstrations of the widgets currently available in the Tk library. Most of the .pl files are scripts for individual demos available through the "widget" program (located in directory widget_lib). widget_old Old version of widget, non-hypertext-like.