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Ashok P Nadkarni
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The TCL Programming Language: A Comprehensive Guide

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The Tcl Programming Language is a comprehensive guide to the current version (8.6) of this immensely flexible and versatile language. Starting with the basic features, it expands its scope to include the more advanced concepts, facilities and programming idioms from which the language derives its power.

Begin with the basics of Tcl syntax and commands for operating on data.
Paperback, 670 pages
Published July 18th 2017 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Four and three-quarters stars rounded up to five (and it would probably be five if I was more likely to actually use Tcl in my job). This is a big, thick, square book. I started reading it in preparation for a SQLite class that recommended "some knowledge of Tcl". For that purpose it was massive overkill. Like dropping a nuke on a single bunny level of overkill.

I had read maybe a fourth of this book by the time the class came around. I have now read all of it, from cover-to-cover. Why did I do t
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