Jul 20, 2023

Extended TCL

Extended Tcl TclX, is a set of extensions to Tcl, the Tool Command Language invented by Dr. John Ousterhout of the University of California at Berkeley.  Tcl is a powerful, yet simple embeddable programming language.  Extended Tcl is oriented towards Unix system programming tasks, with many additional interfaces to the Unix operating system, It is upwardly compatible with Tcl.  You take the Extended Tcl package, add it to Tcl, and from that you get Extended Tcl.

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