Top White Papers
Chicago Tribune: The TCL scripting languageJul 18, 1999, 14:38 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jimmy Guterman)
"Don't worry, a tickle script doesn't involve making others laugh."
"Tickle" is how programmers pronounce Tcl (Tool Command Language), an open-source scripting language developed a bit more than a decade ago by John Ousterhout, who now runs Scriptics, a company he founded. Scriptics aims to entrench Tcl and its GUI extension Tk (Tool Kit) in corporate development departments."
"Like the scripting language Perl, Tcl has turned out to be a great fit for IP and networking protocol work."
"Tcl is used to develop many high-profile Web sites..."
0 Talkback[s] (click to add your comment)