Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module T245. This topic is presented on public courses Learning to program in Tcl
, Tcl Basics
[incr-Tcl] is the Object Oriented extension to Tcl which is now available Open Source like the main language. This module looks at class and object definition and use, and how Tcl implements inheritance and overloading.
Related technical and longer articlesindexLoading incr-tcl into tclshIncr-Tcl - Object Oriented extension to Tcl
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|3142||Private and Public - and things between|
A public train service is one which is available for anyone to travel on; a private one only takes limited passengers as invites / made available by the operator. And there could be intermediate levels too - I understand that at times the British Transport Police protect the last train from Weymouth ...
|1925||Introduction to Object Oriented Programming|
"Object Oriented Programming" is a whole new philosophy for programmers who have been writing short scripts for years, and it can be quite frightening to learn with all these new buzzwords like "overriding", "encapsulation" and "polymorphism" creeping in. It's a beautiful concept and a lovely approach, ...
|1819||Calling base class constructors|
In all object oriented languages, you have a facility called inheritance where you can define one type of thing ("class of object") based on another, and the newly defined class ("subclass" or "extended class") takes the initial ("base") class as it starting point.
In your code for your base class, ...
|1528||Object Oriented Tcl|
Object Oriented Tcl ([incr-Tcl]) is darned good - but it's only a requirement in a small proportion of the Tcl Training Courses that I give. So it was with real pleasure that I spent some time yesterday writing an example in front of my class in the Nottingham area to show them just how fabulous it ...
|656||Think about your design even if you don't use full UML|
Even if you don't feel that your project is big enough to get involved with formal design methods, many of the lessons of UML and some informal design diagrams can help you get a clear view of what you're going to be doing be for you start, and can help you come up a good, thought out and reliable plan ...
Examples from our training material
|animal.itcl|| A simple class in [incr-tcl] |
|animal2.itcl|| class that loads Itcl into basic Tclsh|
|bigger.itcl|| [Incr-Tcl] Demonstration 2|
|exv|| Multiple classes and inheritance demonstration|
|film.itcl|| [incr-Tcl] - Base class and two classes that inherit from it |
|find.itcl|| List available classes in [Incr-Tcl]|
|hello.itcl|| [Incr-Tcl] Demonstration|
|inherits.itcl|| Multiple inheritance and constructor calls|
|itlist|| Using [incr-Tcl] to hold a list of objects|
|pet.itcl|| itcl - second sample class|
|petal|| Example that loads Itcl into tclsh|
|weekend.itcl|| [incr-Tcl] - Inheritance and Polmorphism - main file|
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Topics covered in this module
Hello Object World.
The class used.
Other facilities in simple objects.
Inheritance in [incr-Tcl].
Other commands available in [incr-Tcl].
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