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how to get the Directory structure in Perl?

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Hi,
I m newbie in the perl.
I have to implement the Directory structure in the perl.(i.e. Folder and that folder having the other files which are opened in the folde click event .just like our Winndows OS folder Structure like c and D drive.)

how to go ahead?
Pls provide some code or any links.
Oct 1 '08 #1
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numberwhun
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Well, to begin with, since this sounds like a graphical application, you are going to want to look into PerlTK. Hopefully you have the basics of Perl down as otherwise, PerlTK will drown you with advanced topics. I don't do any Perl TK, but I have looked at it and just shake my head. Not something I want to get into at this point.

Also, please know that it is called "Perl", not "the perl". Sorry, slight pet peve.

Regards,

Jeff
Oct 1 '08 #2

KevinADC
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Hi,
I m newbie in the perl.
I have to implement the Directory structure in the perl.(i.e. Folder and that folder having the other files which are opened in the folde click event .just like our Winndows OS folder Structure like c and D drive.)

how to go ahead?
Pls provide some code or any links.
If you are new to perl, why do you have to write such an advanced program? It makes no sense you would get an assignment like that with no prior perl experience. Good luck with Tk or Tkx (newer version of Tk), not for the faint of heart.
Oct 1 '08 #3

P: 8
Well, to begin with, since this sounds like a graphical application, you are going to want to look into PerlTK. Hopefully you have the basics of Perl down as otherwise, PerlTK will drown you with advanced topics. I don't do any Perl TK, but I have looked at it and just shake my head. Not something I want to get into at this point.

Also, please know that it is called "Perl", not "the perl". Sorry, slight pet peve.

Regards,

Jeff
Thanks a lot for the valueable advice...if u have any other advise or any knowledge base for perl for this particular application then it would help me to go ahead in my project path.
Oct 2 '08 #4

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If you are new to perl, why do you have to write such an advanced program? It makes no sense you would get an assignment like that with no prior perl experience. Good luck with Tk or Tkx (newer version of Tk), not for the faint of heart.

Thanks a lot for this valuable advise,if u have any other advise which help me to go ahead in my particular project then let me know.
Oct 2 '08 #5

Icecrack
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Thanks a lot for this valuable advise,if u have any other advise which help me to go ahead in my particular project then let me know.

Google Perl Tutorial, or Perl Beginner or Perl Lessons.
Oct 2 '08 #6

KevinADC
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Thanks a lot for this valuable advise,if u have any other advise which help me to go ahead in my particular project then let me know.
Get some perl books. No need to thank me for that valuable advise.
Oct 2 '08 #7

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