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[ED: Softcover], [PU: Prentice Hall International], The classic bestseller on Tcl/Tk - and the most complete reference - has been updated to version 8.4. Previous edition sold over 20,000 copies domestically - 30,000 worldwide. Updated for Tcl/Tk 8.4-comprehensive and accurate coverage of every Tcl and Tk command. CD-ROM includes all code plus binary distributions of Tcl/Tk, Tcl extentions and tools. Practical Programming in Tcl/Tk is described as the "bible" for Tcl programmers. It is a guide to the Tcl/Tk programming language and GUI toolkit. This revision includes substantial updates to cover the new version 8.4-giving both an overview of the features, as well as details about every command in the language. The third edition, written on version 8.2, sold over 30,000 copies. Version 8.4 of Tcl - Tool Command Language-provides substantial updates to one of the most popular UNIX scripting languages. The latest release, includes the addition of a virtual filesystem (VFS), many additional programming widgets (spinbox, panedwindow, labelframe),and improved performance of about 20% over 8.3. The book provides a guide to the best ways to use the tooklit. It not only gives accurate details, but includes extensive examples that demonstrate the best way to use the toolkit. The authors are experts that have both developed the technology and used it to solve problems, so they have many valuable insights to relate to the readers. Brent Welch is a software architect at Panasas, and former research engineer at Sun Microsystems and Xerox PARC. He has been involved in Tcl and Tk from the early beginnings, and developed major Tcl applications including the exmh email user interface and the TclHttpd web server. His home page is http://www.beedub.com/ Ken Jones is a Silicon Valley Tcl/Tk instructor and frequent speaker at industry Tcl/Tk conferences. Product Description Practical Programming in Tcl/Tk is described as the bible for Tcl programmers. It is a guide to the Tcl/Tk programming language and GUI toolkit. This revision includes substantial updates to cover the new version 8.4-giving both an overview of the features, as well as details about every command in the language. The third edition, written on version 8.2, sold over 30,000 copies. Version 8.4 of Tcl - Tool Command Language-provides substantial updates to one of the most popular UNIX scripting languages. The latest release, includes the addition of a virtual filesystem (VFS), many additional programming widgets (spinbox, panedwindow, labelframe),and improved performance of about 20% over 8.3. The book provides a guide to the best ways to use the tooklit. It not only gives accurate details, but includes extensive examples that demonstrate the best way to use the toolkit. The authors are experts that have both developed the technology and used it to solve problems, so they have many valuable insights to relate to the readers. Features + Benefits The classic bestseller on Tcl/Tk -- and the most complete reference -- has been updated to version 8.4! Previous edition sold over 20,000 copies domestically - 30,000 worldwide! Updated for Tcl/Tk 8.4-comprehensive and accurate coverage of every Tcl and Tk command CD-ROM includes all code plus binary distributions of Tcl/Tk, Tcl extentions and tools Backcover Practical Programming in Tcl/Tk, 4th edition The Tcl/Tk bestseller emfully updated for Tcl 8.4!/em Authoritative coverage of every Tcl and Tk command in the core toolkits State-of-the-art Tk GUI coverage for Tcl, Perl, Python, and Ruby developers Covers all key Tcl 8.4 enhancements: VFS, internationalization and performance improvements, new widgets, and much more Covers multi-threaded Tcl applications and Starkits, a revolutionary way to package and deploy Tcl applications CD-ROM: Source and binary Tcl/Tk distributions and extensions for Windows, LinuxT, SolarisT, and Macintosh, plus all code from the book The Tcl/Tk bestseller, now completely updated for Tcl 8.4! The world's #1 guide to Tcl/Tk has been thoroughly updated to reflect Tcl/Tk8.4's powerful improvements in functionality, flexibility, and performance!Brent Welch, Ken Jones, and Jeffrey Hobbs, three of the world1s leading Tcl/Tk experts, cover every facet of Tcl/Tk programming, including cross-platform scripting and GUI development, networking, enterprise application integration, and much more.Coverage includes: Systematic explanations and sample code for all Tcl/Tk 8.4 core commands Complete Tk GUI development guidance--emperfect for developers working with Perl, Python, or Ruby /em Insider's insights into Tcl 8.4's key enhancements: VFS layer, internationalized font/character set support, new widgets, and more Definitive coverage of TclHttpd web server--written by its creator New ways to leverage Tcl/Tk 8.4's major performance improvements Advanced coverage: threading, Safe Tcl, Tcl script library, regular expressions, and namespaces Whether you1re upgrading to Tcl/Tk 8.4, or building GUIs for applicationscreated with other languages, or just searching for a better cross-platformscripting solution, emPractical Programming in Tcl and Tk, Fourth Edition/emdelivers all you need to get results! The accompanying CD-ROM includes source and binary distributionsof Tcl/Tk, Tcl extensions, and tools for Windows 9x/2000/XP, Linux, Solaris,and Macintosh, plus all the code from the book. List of Examples. List of Tables. Preface. I. Tcl BASICS. 1. Tcl Fundamentals. Tcl Commands. Hello, World! Variables. Command Substitution. Math Expressions. Backslash Substitution. Grouping with Braces and Double Quotes. Procedures. A Factorial Example. More about Variables. More about Math Expressions. Comments. Substitution and Grouping Summary. Fine Points. Reference. 2. Getting Started. The source Command. UNIX Tcl Scripts. Windows Start Menu. Macintosh OS 8/9 and ResEdit. The console Command. Command-Line Arguments. Predefined Variables. 3. The Guestbook CGI Application. A Quick Introduction to HTML. CGI for Dynamic Pages. The guestbook.cgi Script. Defining Forms and Processing Form Data. Handling Errors in CGI Scripts. Next Steps. 4. String Processing in Tcl. The string Command. The append Command. The format Command. The scan Command. The binary Command. Related Chapters. 5. Tcl Lists. Tcl Lists. Constructing Lists. Getting List Elements: llength, lindex, and lrange. Modifying Lists: linsert and lreplace. Searching Lists: lsearch. Sorting Lists: lsort. The split Command. The join Command. Related Chapters. 6. Control Structure Commands. If Then Else. Switch. While. Foreach. For. Break and Continue. Catch. Error. Return. 7. Procedures and Scope. The proc Command. Changing Command Names with rename. Scope. The global Command. Call by Name Using upvar. Variable Aliases with upvar. 8. Tcl Arrays. Array Syntax. The array Command. Building Data Structures with Arrays. 9. Working with Files and Programs. Running Programs with exec. The file Command. Cross-Platform File Naming. Manipulating Files and Directories. File Attributes. Input/Output Command Summary. Opening Files for I/O. Reading and Writing. The Current Directory - cd and pwd. Matching File Names with glob. The exit and pid Commands. Environment Variables. The registry Command. II. ADVANCED Tcl. 10. Quoting Issues and Eval. Constructing Code with the list Command. Exploiting the concat inside eval. The uplevel Command. The subst Command. 11. Regular Expressions. When to Use Regular Expressions. Regular Expression Syntax. Advanced Regular Expressions. Syntax Summary. The regexp Command. The regsub Command. Transforming Data to Program with regsub. Other Commands That Use Regular Expressions. 12. Script Libraries and Packages. Locating Packages: The auto_path Variable. Using Packages. Summary of Package Loading. The package Command. Libraries Based on the tclIndex File. The unknown Command. Interactive Conveniences. Tcl Shell Library Environment. Coding Style. 13. Reflection and Debugging. The clock Command. The info Command. Cross-Platform Support. Tracing Variables and Commands. Interactive Command History. Debugging. Tcl Dev Kit. Other Tools. Performance Tuning. 14. Namespaces. Using Namespaces. Namespace Variables. Command Lookup. Nested Namespaces. Importing and Exporting Procedures. Callbacks and Namespaces. Introspection. The namespace Command. Converting Existing Packages to use Namespaces. [incr Tcl] Object System. xotcl Object System. Notes. 15. Internationalization. Character Sets and Encodings. Message Catalogs. 16. Event-Driven Programming. The Tcl Event Loop. The after Command. The fileevent Command. The vwait Command. The fconfigure Command. 17. Socket Programming. Networking Extensions for Tcl. Client Sockets. Server Sockets. The Echo Service. Fetching a URL with HTTP. The http Package. Basic Authentication. 18. TclHttpd Web Server. Integrating TclHttpd with Your Application. Domain Handlers. Application Direct URLs. Document Types. HTML + Tcl Templates. Form Handlers. Programming Reference. Standard Application Direct URLs. The TclHttpd Distribution. Server Configuration. 19. Multiple Interpreters and Safe-Tcl. The interp Command. Creating Interpreters. Safe Interpreters. Command Aliases. Hidden Commands. Substitutions. I/O from Safe Interpreters. The Safe Base. Security Policies. 20. Safe-Tk and the Browser Plugin. Tk in Child Interpreters. The Browser Plugin. Security Policies and Browser Plugin. Configuring Security Policies. 21. Multi-Threaded Tcl Scripts. What are Threads? Thread Support in Tcl. Getting Started with the Thread Extension. Sending Messages to Threads. Preserving and Releasing Threads. Error Handling. Shared Resources. Managing I/O Channels. Shared Variables. Mutexes and Condition Variables. Thread Pools. The Thread Package Commands. 22. Tclkit and Starkits. Getting Started with Tclkit. Virtual File Systems. Using sdx to Bundle Applications. Exploring the Virtual File System in a Starkit. Creating tclhttpd.kit. Creating a Shared Starkit. Metakit. More Ideas. III. Tk BASICS. 23. Tk Fundamentals. Hello, World! in Tk. Naming Tk Widgets. Configuring Tk Widgets. Tk Widget Attributes and the Resource Database. Summary of the Tk Commands. Other Widget Sets. 24. Tk by Example. ExecLog. The Example Browser. A Tcl Shell. 25. The Pack Geometry Manager. Packing toward a Side. Horizontal and Vertical Stacking. The Cavity Model. Packing Space and Display Space. Resizing and -expand. Anchoring. Packing Order. Choosing the Parent for Packing. Unpacking a Widget. Packer Summary. Window Stacking Order. 26. The Grid Geometry Manager. A Basic Grid. Spanning Rows and Columns. Row and Column Constraints. The grid Command. 27. The Place Geometry Manager. place Basics. The Pane Manager. The place Command. 28. The Panedwindow Widget. Using the Panedwindow. Programming Panedwindow Widgets. Panedwindow Attributes. 29. Binding Commands to Events. The bind Command. The bindtags Command. Event Syntax. Modifiers. Event Sequences. Virtual Events. Generating Events. Event Summary. IV. Tk Widgets. 30. Buttons and Menus. 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Preface Tcl stands for Tool Command Language . Tcl is really two things: a scripting language, and an interpreter for thatlanguage that is designed to be easy to embed into your application. Tcl and itsassociated graphical user-interface toolkit, Tk, were designed and crafted by ProfessorJohn Ousterhout of the University of California, Berkeley. You can findthese packages on the Internet and use them freely in your application, even if itis commercial. The Tcl interpreter has been ported from UNIX to DOS, PalmOS,VMS, Windows, OS/2, NT, and Macintosh environments. The Tk toolkit has beenported from the X window system to Windows and Macintosh. I first heard about Tcl in 1988 while I was Ousterhout''s Ph.D. student atBerkeley. We were designing a network operating system, Sprite. While the studentshacked on a new kernel, John wrote a new editor and terminal emulator.He used Tcl as the command language for both tools so that users could definemenus and otherwise customize those programs. This was in the days of X10,and he had plans for an X toolkit based on Tcl that would help programs cooperatewith each other by communicating with Tcl commands. To me, this cooperationamong tools was the essence of Tcl. This early vision imagined that applications would be large bodies of compiledcode and a small amount of Tcl used for configuration and high-level commands.John''s editor, mx , and the terminal emulator, tx , followed this model.While this model remains valid, it has also turned out to be possible to writeentire applications in Tcl. This is because the Tcl/Tk shell, wish , provides accessto other programs, the file system, network sockets, plus the ability to create agraphical user interface. For better or worse, it is now common to find applicationsthat contain thousands of lines of Tcl script. This book was written because, while I found it enjoyable and productive touse Tcl and Tk, there were times when I was frustrated. In addition, working atXerox PARC, with many experts in languages and systems, I was compelled tounderstand both the strengths and weaknesses of Tcl and Tk. Although many ofmy colleagues adopted Tcl and Tk for their projects, they were also just as quickto point out its flaws. In response, I have built up a set of programming techniquesthat exploit the power of Tcl and Tk while avoiding troublesome areas.This book is meant as a practical guide to help you get the most out of Tcl and Tkand avoid some of the frustrations I experienced. It has been about 14 years since I was introduced to Tcl, and about eightyears since the first edition of this book. During several of those years I workedunder John Ousterhout, first at Sun Microsystems and then at Scriptics Corporation.There I remained mostly a Tcl programmer while others in our grouphave delved into the C implementation of Tcl itself. I''ve built applications likeHTML editors, email user interfaces, Web servers, and the customer database weran our business on. This experience is reflected in this book. The bulk of thebook is about Tcl scripting, and the aspects of C programming to create Tclextensions is given a lighter treatment. I have been lucky to remain involved inthe core Tcl development, and I hope I can pass along the insights I have gainedby working with Tcl. Why Tcl? As a scripting language, Tcl is similar to other UNIX shell languages suchas the Bourne Shell sh , the C Shell csh , the Korn Shell ksh , and Perl. Shellprograms let you execute other programs. They provide enough programmability variables, control flow, and procedures to let you build complex scripts thatassemble existing programs into a new tool tailored for your needs. Shells arewonderful for automating routine chores. It is the ability to easily add a Tcl interpreter to your application that sets itapart from other shells. Tcl fills the role of an extension language that is used toconfigure and customize applications. There is no Brent Welch, Books, Computers, Practical Programming in Tcl and Tk Books>Computers, Pearson Education

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[SR: 72133], Taschenbuch, [EAN: 9780130385604], Prentice Hall, Prentice Hall, Book, [PU: Prentice Hall], Prentice Hall, Despite its frequently obtuse syntax, Tcl/Tk enjoys a large and enthusiastic following. It's king of the world when it comes to building graphical user interfaces (GUIs) for C programs (particularly those running in X Windows environments), which is what the language originally was invented to do. Tcl/Tk (which is pronounced "tickle tee-kay," and which stands for "Tool Control Language/Toolkit" despite the abbreviation's unusual capitalization) is expanding its scope to encompass fields as diverse as voice scripting and molecular visualization. The latest edition of Practical Programming in Tcl and Tk, the fourth, offers an encyclopedic guide to Tcl/Tk that not only helps programmers solve problems, but enables them to conceive new applications for the language. The new edition of Practical Programming in Tcl and Tk covers Tcl 8.4, particularly its versatile new Virtual File System (VFS) capabilities that allow you to include FTP sites and other remote directories in ordinary File Save and File Open interfaces. Further new coverage goes to Starkits, with which you can bundle Tcl/Tk programs for deployment, and some new Tk elements. Otherwise, the book is generally revised and improved with additional examples (the sample code has always been one of this book's main attractions) and intelligently laid-out keyword tables. It has a great lay-flat binding, too. This book (with John Ousterhout's Tcl and the Tk Toolkit) remains one of the two must-have Tcl/Tk books. --David Wall Topics covered: The Tcl programming language and the Tk toolkit on which it most usually operates. Sections cover basic and advance programming techniques, specific aspects of Tk widgets, and extending the C library that defines Tcl. Copious examples make it easier to understand (and quickly employ) effective design strategies., 63418011, Sprachen & Tools, 63381011, Programmieren, 62991011, Computer & Internet, 54071011, Genres, 52044011, Fremdsprachige Bücher, 62993011, Web Design, 62992011, Webentwicklung, 62991011, Computer & Internet, 54071011, Genres, 52044011, Fremdsprachige Bücher

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Practical Programming in Tcl/Tk is described as the "bible" for Tcl programmers. It is a guide to the Tcl/Tk programming language and GUI toolkit. This revision includes substantial updates to cover the new version 8.4-giving both an overview of the features, as well as details about every command in the language. The third edition, written on version 8.2, sold over 30,000 copies. Version 8.4 of Tcl - Tool Command Language-provides substantial updates to one of the most popular UNIX scripting languages. The latest release, includes the addition of a virtual filesystem (VFS), many additional programming widgets (spinbox, panedwindow, labelframe),and improved performance of about 20% over 8.3. The book provides a guide to the best ways to use the tooklit. It not only gives accurate details, but includes extensive examples that demonstrate the best way to use the toolkit. The authors are experts that have both developed the technology and used it to solve problems, so they have many valuable insights to relate to the readers.

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