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Sep 29, 2009

Tool command Language (TCL)

TCL/TKs (Tool Command Language/Tool Kit) strength is that it is a small, interpreted, language that can be embedded, access graphics and system features, and is extensible It also is multi-platform and has very wide support. It can be downloaded on the NET, and it runs TCL scripts for back-end processing. TCL is a language, called the Tool Command Language. TK is a set of extensions or "widgets"(the actual official designation) that happened to be written by TCL’s author to add graphic capability to his TCL interpreter they include things like list boxes, entry boxes, radio buttons, check boxes, etc. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such projects and seminar.

TCL was originally intended to be a reusable command language. Its developers had been creating a number of interactive tools, each requiring its own command language. Since they were more interested in the tools themselves than the command languages they would employ, these command languages were constructed quickly, without regard to proper design.

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After implementing several such "quick-and-dirty" command languages and experiencing problems with each one, they decided to concentrate on implementing a general-purpose, robust command language that could easily be integrated into new applications. Thus TCL (Tool Command Language) was born. The Tcl scripting language grew out on design tools for integrated circuits at the University of California at Berkeley in the early 1980's.



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