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how to get rid of default window

When running on wish/tclsh, the following line "package require Tk"
pops up a window which just does not go away, whatsoever widgets I
create or whatsoever widgets I destroy.
It goes away only when the application quits.

Can you suggest how to get rid of this window?
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John
3/22/2010 1:37:28 PM
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On Mar 22, 8:37 am, John Connor <john.crap.con...@gmail.com> wrote:
> When running on wish/tclsh, the following line "package require Tk"
> pops up a window which just does not go away, whatsoever widgets I
> create or whatsoever widgets I destroy.
> It goes away only when the application quits.
>
> Can you suggest how to get rid of this window?

wm withdraw .

Or, just put all your application widgets in this window instead of
creating a separate toplevel.
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Bryan
3/22/2010 1:50:18 PM
Wow... thanks a lot Bryan for this tip!
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John
3/22/2010 2:45:08 PM
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