The Purpose Is to Teach. (incr Tcl/Tk) from the Ground Up will serve as a programmer's guide to the (incr Tcl/Tk) language. Whether the reader is a seasoned (incr Tcl/Tk) programmer, a Tcl programmer wanting to learn this extension, or a newcomer, the approach of this book will address each individual's needs. Through ample useful examples, the reader will be taught not only how to accomplish a task but also why the task would be needed in the real world. Each chapter will build on the previous one like building blocks.Support of the Community. The author, Chad Smith, and this book will be supported by the Tcl community: -- Cover quote and foreword by Michael McLennan, inventor of (incr Tcl)-- Cover quote by John Ousterhout, inventor of Tcl-- Book information will be posted on the Scriptics web site, scriptics.com -- the most popular Tel spot on the net.
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Step-by-step techniques for building cross-platform applications with [incr Tcl/Tk]. Create and deploy object-oriented applications with [incr Tcl/Tk]--the Tcl extension that makes it easier to develop, debug, and maintain large applications. [incr Tck/Tk] from the Ground Up explains the features of this flexible extension and outlines the basics for building [incr Tck/Tk] programs. You'll get full details on everything from building extensible GUI applications and embedding [incr Tcl/Tk] to developing enterprise-scale integration applications. Packed with real-world examples, this fast-paced tutorial will advance you from [incr Tcl/Tk] beginner to expert in no time. Learn how to: make the most of [incr Tcl/Tk]'s object-oriented and embeddable capabilities; handle socket programming; create inheritance hierarchies; build powerful, portable GUI applications; integrate new applications with legacy code in C/C++; generate mega-widgets with [incr Tk]; develop full-scale enterprise-wide applications; create client/server applications and add network interfaces to legacy applications; take full advantage of the extensive set of [incr Widgets].About the Author:
Chad Smith (McKinney, TX) has been programming in [incr Tcl/Tk] since 1995 and is the lead GUI designer/developer on his current project at ADC Telecommunications. Chad received his BS in Computer Science from the University of Texas at Dallas in 1996 and is currently working towards an MSEE in Telecommunications at Southers Methodist University. Chad was high school/junior high school teacher for 4 years and is an excellent teacher and communicator.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Companies, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # SONG0072121068
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill Osborne Media, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 72121068
Book Description Mcgraw-Hill Osborne Media, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110072121068