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Product: Tcl/Tk CD-ROM

In addition to the source code for the tools and command language Tcl and the Tk toolkit for X Windows, this CD also provides over 15MB of documentation on Tcl and Tk.

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Retail Price: US$ 30.00
Manufacturer: InfoMagic
Category: ProgDB
Shipping Weight: 1 lbs
Dimensions: 5.6" x 5" x .4"
ISBN-Code: TBD

Our Price: US$ 29.00
Part#: 00321
Item Code: None
Version: 8/1995
Classification: F
UPC-Code: TBD


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Product: Tcl/Tk CD-ROM, Further Information

System Requirements:

Sorry, system requirement information is not yet available.

Further Information:

Tcl (Tool Command Language) is a general purpose scripting language supplied as a C Library, while Tk is a Toolkit specifically designed to develop X-Window applications. Both allow complex screens & user interfaces to be developed quickly without being an X-Windows expert! They provide a simple, yet powerful programming environment for writing windows applications! Includes Tcl version 7.4 and Tk version 4.0.

For books and reference materials about Tcl and Tk, see:
The Tcl & Tk Reference Package
Tcl and the Tk Toolkit



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