Visual Tcl is an extension of Tcl and Tk that makes it extremely easy to add a graphical interface to character-based programs. This book/CD-ROM is a hands-on, example driven guide to Visual Pcl. Programmers with no previous X windopws experience will be able to quickly write graphical programs in Visual Tcl.
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The Visual Tcl Handbook assumes some knowledge of Tcl/Tk and recommends Welch's "Introduction to Tcl/Tk Programming" for those who are new to the language. The book is intended for Unix system administrators and graphical user interface developers and, although Tcl and Tk are designed to run across many platforms, is not the best introduction for Windows programmers. The book also includes a CD-ROM containing the SCO (Santa Cruz Operation, Inc.) Visual Tcl 1.0 run-time and development environments for Tcl and Tk.From the Publisher:
This is the first comprehensive guide to Visual Tcl, the UNIX scripting language for development fully graphical applications. This book leads the reader from introductory Tcl concepts through the development of X/Motif interfaces using Visual Tcl. Special coverage of the UNIX-specific Tcl extensions is provided. System administrators and others can begin developing highly-useful applications within a few hours. The entire Visual Tcl language is documented in a separate Commands section.
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Book Description Prentice-Hall. Book Condition: New. pp. 512. Bookseller Inventory # 7577530