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am 14. Juni 2000
This is one of a small number of Tcl books that I keep handy at all times. I wear two hats with regards to Tcl - one, a site administrator supporting quite a number of Tcl programmers (both classically trained as well as programmers who have learned to make their 'day jobs' doable); the other hat, as one of the comp.lang.tcl Usenet group FAQ maintainers. I find that while there are several dozen books on Tcl, all of which are excellent, I turn to Practical Programming quite frequently for its code examples as well as the appendices discussing the differences between versions.
While there may be those who, out of ignorance or just contrariness, dump on Tcl regarding its syntax, etc. several facts are in doubt in my mind.
1. Tcl is freely available code which can be used as the basis of any reasonable project that needs done.
2. The Tcl community is much more open to newcomers than the other 2-3 dozen 'more recent' languages that I use.
3. The Tcl publishing field continues to show that it is a viable business.
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am 20. Februar 2001
Welch's Buch führt in die Programmierung in Tcl/Tk ein und zwar so, wie man es sich wünscht. Viele Beispiele erklären die Befehle. Außerdem läßt sich das Buch auch gut als Referenz nutzen.
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am 23. März 2000
My complaints with prior edition (bining and poor index) were well satisfied with this revision. This is still the most complete guide available, but does not have enough details on Tcl command options. At 775 pages, Tcl and Tk sections could easily be made into separate books, accomodating a Tcl command reference section as is found with Tk procedures.
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am 8. April 2000
This is a great book not only beginers but for pro's as well. It has great information and helpful examples that contribute to the learning of TCL/TK. Has lot's of stuff on the CD so you can find a whole bunch of utilities for TCL/TK as well.