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  • CGI Programming with Tcl
    by David Maggiano: illustrates the many advantages Tcl holds for CGI programmers and demonstrates how to create powerful CGI applications. This book presents a series of increasingly sophisticated applications, beginning with a simple Hello World application and culminating in Web-based interfaces to back-end databases such as Oracle
  • Complete Tcl/Tk Training Course, The
    by Brent B. Welch, Dave Zeltserman: an interactive multimedia CD-ROM that provides comprehensive Tcl/Tk training for Windows 95, 98, NT, and Unix
  • Effective Tcl/Tk Programming : Writing Better Programs in Tcl and Tk
    by Mark Harrison, Michael J. McLennan: uses a holistic view of application development that shows the reader how to work from the initial concept to a prototype to a finished product. Focuses on such commonly misunderstood features as the command, the mechanism, and the canvas widget
  • Graphical Applications With Tcl and Tk
    by Eric Foster-Johnson: learn how to create cross-platform graphical applications with the powerful Tcl scripting language for UNIX and Windows and the Tk toolkit
  • Interactive Web Applications With Tcl/Tk
    by Hattie Schroeder, Mike Doyle, Michael Doyle: this book was written for novice programmers -- to introduce them to the ease and power of Tcl/Tk and to show how amazing Web applications, such as interactive Web applets, Web browsers, Web servers, autonomous agents, client/server databases, browser-pull, and server push applications can be quickly built using Tcl/Tk, without the developer having to get a degree in computer science
  • Practical Programming in Tcl & Tk
    by Brent B. Welch: intended for both novices and experts. However, in practice, novices who are not familiar with a C-like language or Unix shell programming will find the going difficult. The book is divided into six parts: Tcl basics, advanced Tcl, Tk
  • Sams Teach Yourself Tcl/Tk in 24 Hours
    by Lakshmi Sastry, Venkat V. S. S. Sastry: quickly empowers you to create your own programs using the popular open-source Tcl language and the Tk toolkit
  • Tcl/Tk : Programmer's Reference
    by Christopher Nelson: in this book you'll find everything you need to know abut Tcl, including cross-referenced descriptions of all Tcl and Tk commands, and pointers to many free Tcl extensions and resources
  • Tcl/Tk For Dummies
    by Tim Webster, Alex Francis, Timothy Webste: a practical, comprehensive reference
  • Tcl/Tk for Real Programmers
    by Clif Flynt: makes it easy to create and implement testing, network, system administration, and user applications to run under Unix, Linux, Windows 95 and NT, or on the Macintosh-all without modifications and in less time than you'd believe possible



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