Learning resources needed
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Wed Dec 5 19:24:47 CET 2001
"Luca Fini" <lfini at arcetri.astro.it> wrote in message
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> The Tkinter tutorial was good for me. I had a little experience in window
> based programming in IDL and some development with LabWindows/CVI. See:
Grazzie tanto Luca! I don't know how I managed to not find it myself, but
that's what happened.
> > Seems to me that Python is, in a way, competing with Tcl as the
> > engine behind the Tk toolkit. If I learn Tcl/Tk first would it be
> > relatively simple to move over to Python/Tkinter?
> I do not believe so. I do not know tcl at all but I've had a look to a
> "python/tcl/basic" based introduction to programming tutorial
> (http://www.crosswinds.net/~agauld/) for the very beginner and tcl looks
> very ugly as a programming language. My feeling is that Tk will survive
> only because it has very strong bundles with python and perl.
>From what I've read it has a few similarities with LISP. I think it [Tcl]
too will survive because a) it's installed on a gazillion machines & b) it's
very simple to use (including Tk) for quickly building (what starts out as)
simple GUI apps. I'm gonna learn it just enough so that I can write
supersimple apps in it. There seem to be a lot of pople that badmouth it,
yet there seem to be a lot of people who swear by it.
That said, I'm going to focus on bettering my Python/Tkinter skills.
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