Linked by David Welton on Mon 10th Mar 2003 21:42 UTC
Original OSNews Interviews The Tcl programming language has been immensely successful in its almost 15 years of existence. Tcl, stands for 'Tool Command Language' and is pronounced 'tickle' by those in the know. It's probably most famous for the Tk graphical toolkit, which has for years set the standard for rapid, scriptable, cross-platform GUI development, but the language is used throughout a staggering variety of applications, from the open source web server that runs AOL's web site, to code for network testing, to code to run oil rigs.
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Luv it!
by John on Tue 11th Mar 2003 13:51 UTC

3 words: I luv TCL!

I don't use TK, but use plain tcl for writing script to automize "things" (i'm a adminstrator) and I can archive it pretty quickly. And it's easy for me to understand as I said my main job is administrator so don't have much time to learn other things, but TCL was pretty easy to understand