Getting started with Tcl

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Some of our applications have been developed in Tcl/Tk to ease the adaption for Network Simulator ns-2, composed with a hierarchy of C++ classes and OTcl classes (object tcl). Our Airplug-ns add-on for ns-2 allows to reuse code developed for the road or the emulation into the simulator. Other languages can be used however for developing applications. Here, you will find some tips for developing in Tcl.

A selection of external links related to Tcl/Tk

Our Tcl quick start

To quickly start in Tcl, we prepared some examples:

Tips from and for our Tcl/Tk developers

You had a difficulty with Tcl or Tk and you found a solution? This may interest others. Please let us know and we will add here.



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