Date: Tue, 29 Jun 2004 11:08:32 +0200
My program works thru long lists of word. How can I show the user that
it is still busy and when it is done. Is there a progressmeter that I
can insert into the while loop. To have a perl/tk interface for the
Me Charlene Gentle
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