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Tcl(n)
Summary of Tcl language syntax
after(n)
Execute a command after a time delay
append(n)
Append to variable
array(n)
Manipulate array variables
bgerror(n)
Command invoked to process background errors
break(n)
Abort looping command
case(n)
Evaluate one of several scripts, depending on a given value
catch(n)
Evaluate script and trap exceptional returns
cd(n)
Change working directory
clock(n)
Obtain and manipulate time
close(n)
Close an open channel
concat(n)
Join lists together
continue(n)
Skip to the next iteration of a loop
eof(n)
Check for end of file condition on channel
error(n)
Generate an error
eval(n)
Evaluate a Tcl script
exec(n)
Invoke subprocess(es)
exit(n)
End the application
expr(n)
Evaluate an expression
fblocked(n)
Test whether the last input operation exhausted all available input
fconfigure(n)
Set and get options on a channel
file(n)
Manipulate file names and attributes
fileevent(n)
Execute a script when a channel becomes readable or writable
filename(n)
File name conventions supported by Tcl commands
flush(n)
Flush buffered output for a channel
for(n)
``For'' loop
foreach(n)
Iterate over all elements in one or more lists
format(n)
Format a string in the style of sprintf
gets(n)
Read a line from a channel
glob(n)
Return names of files that match patterns
global(n)
Access global variables
history(n)
Manipulate the history list
if(n)
Execute scripts conditionally
incr(n)
Increment the value of a variable
info(n)
Return information about the state of the Tcl interpreter
interp(n)
Create and manipulate Tcl interpreters
join(n)
Create a string by joining together list elements
lappend(n)
Append list elements onto a variable
library(n)
standard library of Tcl procedures
lindex(n)
Retrieve an element from a list
linsert(n)
Insert elements into a list
list(n)
Create a list
llength(n)
Count the number of elements in a list
load(n)
Load machine code and initialize new commands
lrange(n)
Return one or more adjacent elements from a list
lreplace(n)
Replace elements in a list with new elements
lsearch(n)
See if a list contains a particular element
lsort(n)
Sort the elements of a list
open(n)
Open a file-based or command pipeline channel
package(n)
Facilities for package loading and version control
pid(n)
Retrieve process id(s)
pkgMkIndex(n), pkg_mkIndex(n)
Build an index for automatic loading of packages
proc(n)
Create a Tcl procedure
puts(n)
Write to a channel
pwd(n)
Return the current working directory
read(n)
Read from a channel
regexp(n)
Match a regular expression against a string
regsub(n)
Perform substitutions based on regular expression pattern matching
rename(n)
Rename or delete a command
return(n)
Return from a procedure
scan(n)
Parse string using conversion specifiers in the style of sscanf
seek(n)
Change the access position for an open channel
set(n)
Read and write variables
sgmls(1)
a validating SGML parser An *S System Conforming to n .br International Standard ISO 8879 Standard Generalized Markup Language
socket(n)
Open a TCP network connection
source(n)
Evaluate a file or resource as a Tcl script
split(n)
Split a string into a proper Tcl list
string(n)
Manipulate strings
subst(n)
Perform backslash, command, and variable substitutions
switch(n)
Evaluate one of several scripts, depending on a given value
tclvars(n)
Variables used by Tcl
tell(n)
Return current access position for an open channel
time(n)
Time the execution of a script
trace(n)
Monitor variable accesses
unknown(n)
Handle attempts to use non-existent commands
unset(n)
Delete variables
update(n)
Process pending events and idle callbacks
uplevel(n)
Execute a script in a different stack frame
upvar(n)
Create link to variable in a different stack frame
vwait(n)
Process events until a variable is written
while(n)
Execute script repeatedly as long as a condition is met
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