Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module T244. This topic is presented on public courses Learning to program in Tcl
, Tcl Basics
If you're writing your own client or server, this module covers the terminology, technology and commands involved.
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|785||Running external processes in Tcl and Tcl/Tk|
If you want to run external processes from a Tcl based program (Tcl, Tcl/Tk, expect), there are various ways of doing it.
Firstly, the whole purpose of the Expect extension is to allow you to control other processes via its three major commands of spawn which starts another process, send which sends ...
Examples from our training material
|kesclient|| GUI (Tk) client which uses information provided by kesserv server|
|kesserv|| Tcl Server - read from a Linux device and serve information entered by TCP/IP|
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Topics covered in this module
Clients and servers.
Reaching the right service.
Client programming in Tcl.
A simple client.
Considerations for client programming.
Server programming in Tcl.
A simple server.
Considerations for server programming.
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