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Tcl Command

  • Tcl - Summary of Tcl language syntax.
  • after - Execute a command after a time delay
  • array - Manipulate array variables
  • binary - Insert and extract fields from binary strings
  • clock - Obtain and manipulate time
  • dde - Execute a ynamic ata Exchange command
  • encoding - Manipulate encodings
  • exec - Invoke subprocess(es)
  • expr - Evaluate an expression
  • fconfigure - Set and get options on a channel
  • file - Manipulate file names and attributes
  • filename - File name conventions supported by Tcl commands
  • format - Format a string in the style of sprintf
  • glob - Return names of files that match patterns
  • history - Manipulate the history list
  • Http - Client-side implementation of the HTTP 1.0 protocol.
  • info - Return information about the state of the Tcl interpreter
  • interp - Create and manipulate Tcl interpreters
  • library - standard library of Tcl procedures
  • lsort - Sort the elements of a list
  • msgcat - Tcl message catalog
  • namespace - create and manipulate contexts for commands and variables
  • open - Open a file-based or command pipeline channel
  • package - Facilities for package loading and version control
  • pkg_mkIndex - Build an index for automatic loading of packages
  • re_syntax - Syntax of Tcl regular expressions.
  • regexp - Match a regular expression against a string
  • registry - Manipulate the Windows registry
  • resource - Manipulate Macintosh resources
  • return - Return from a procedure
  • Safe Base - A mechanism for creating and manipulating safe interpreters.
  • scan - Parse string using conversion specifiers in the style of sscanf
  • socket - Open a TCP network connection
  • string - Manipulate strings
  • switch - Evaluate one of several scripts, depending on a given value
  • Tcltest - Test harness support code and utilities
  • tclvars - Variables used by Tcl
  • trace - Monitor variable accesses
  • Tk Command

  • bell - Ring a display's bell
  • bind - Arrange for X events to invoke Tcl scripts
  • bitmap - Images that display two colors
  • button - Create and manipulate button widgets
  • canvas - Create and manipulate canvas widgets
  • checkbutton - Create and manipulate checkbutton widgets
  • tk_dialog - Create modal dialog and wait for response
  • entry - Create and manipulate entry widgets
  • event - Miscellaneous event facilities: define virtual events and generate events
  • focus - Manage the input focus
  • font - Create and inspect fonts.
  • frame - Create and manipulate frame widgets
  • tk_getOpenFile, tk_getSaveFile - pop up a dialog box for the user to select a file to open or save.
  • grab - Confine pointer and keyboard events to a window sub-tree
  • grid - Geometry manager that arranges widgets in a grid
  • image - Create and manipulate images
  • label - Create and manipulate label widgets
  • listbox - Create and manipulate listbox widgets
  • menu - Create and manipulate menu widgets
  • menubutton - Create and manipulate menubutton widgets
  • message - Create and manipulate message widgets
  • tk_messageBox - pops up a message window and waits for user response.
  • option - Add retrieve window options to from the option database
  • options - Standard options supported by widgets
  • pack - Geometry manager that packs around edges of cavity
  • photo - Full-color images
  • place - Geometry manager for fixed or rubber-sheet placement
  • radiobutton - Create and manipulate radiobutton widgets
  • scale - Create and manipulate scale widgets
  • scrollbar - Create and manipulate scrollbar widgets
  • selection - Manipulate the X selection
  • send - Execute a command in a different application
  • text - Create and manipulate text widgets
  • toplevel - Create and manipulate toplevel widgets
  • winfo - Return window-related information
  • wm - Communicate with window manager

  • Online the "Tcl/Tk Quick Reference Guide."



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