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Tcl/Tk: a Client-Server CGI

Bill Schongar Issue #55, November 1998 Tcl/Tk offers many uses to the web programmer. Mr. Schongar describes a few of them. While many people think of Tcl/Tk (Tool Command Language, pronounced “tickle”; Tk stands for TCL toolkit) as a great tool for cross-platform GUI (graphical user interface) applications, not as many consider it for web programming tasks. The truth is, ...

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Rapid Prototyping with Tcl/Tk

Richard Schwaninger Issue #49, May 1998 A discussion of rapid prototyping and how it can benefit programmers in creating software to match the customer’s needs. Creating software is a complex process that embeds the programmer in rules and constraints. Customer needs fight against bugs in the program, and usability fights against production costs. The current procedure to solve all these ...

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Tcl/Tk with C for Image Processing

Siome K. Goldenstein Issue #37, May 1997 See how to use a mix of Tcl, Tk, and C to make image manipulation both easy and efficient. To start an implementation in C from scratch for an image processing (or manipulation) program is a difficult task. It is necessary not only to develop an internal data structure, but also to write ...

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