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Hi,

I have created a GUI using Perl/Tk....In that I have a Radio Button with 3 option....op1...op2....op3
Now if user select op3....user must have to enter couple of entries below that. Thats not the case for op1...op2...

currently I put a note that if user select op3....they have to enter in below entries...
Is there something I can do...so that If user select op3...then and then only the entries below it...can be displayed...otherwise don't display the entries below it.

Please advise...
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usually, you don't want the entries to appear/disappear, but instead become enabled/disabled.

But, if you want to have them appear/disappear,
$widget->packForget();    #to remove
$widget->pack();              #to add


To enable/disable
$widget->configure(-state=>'normal');    #to enable
$widget->configure(-state=>'disabled');  #to disable
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