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Tcl/Tk For Real Programmers (The For Real Programmers Series)

by Clif Flynt

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0122612051, Paperback)

This book will fill a void in the current Tcl/Tk bookshelf. It is written to the latest version of Tcl/Tk (8.0, perhaps 8.1, depending on Sun's release schedule) and addresses Tcl/Tk under Windows as well as Unix. It includes discussions on proper coding techniques, instead of just language syntax. Clif Flynt gives readers a very 'hands on' book, with an emphasis towards allowing a reader to pick up the book as needed to find the answer to a question, instead of assuming that it will be read cover to cover.



· A sufficiently detailed overview of the Tcl/Tk language that readers can determine if this is the proper tool for their project.
· Enough information that an experienced programmer can start working with the language immediately.
· Hints and tips on how to use the language effectively.
· Templates that will minimize the new language learning curve.
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User requirements would be Windows 3.1 with 32bit DLL, Windows
95, Windows NT, Macintosh, Unix, Linux, or Solaris. A 386 or better CPU, 4 Meg Ram, and 4 Meg free disk space. Different packages will have different disk space requirements. A good guess is 2 Meg / package.


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