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Now What?

Now What?

Perilous seas crossed, through scorching desert, we have come here after overcoming countless dangers to life and limb. We have reached the end of our quest, the end of our journey. Now What?

Now you are on your own. You must strive to achieve excellence in the field of Tcl/Tk programming. Buy books, visit websites, steal codes. Do anything to increase your knowledge on this subject. There are an amazing array of websites out there that would supply you with tutorials, programs, games etc on Tcl/Tk. Go get them. Read code of other people and study from them. Remember, creativity is great, but plagiarism is faster.

But the most important thing - program. Get those fingers typing, make programs in Tcl/Tk. Experiment. Make mistakes. Correct them. There is no better way of learning a subject than by doing it.

Let me introduce you to a few Tcl/Tk programs available in the net. This could serve as samples for you and maybe you could learn something of use from these Programs.

Small Programs (Less than 1000 Lines of Code)
ProgramAuthorDescription
Words Search Frank BannonFinds all words that use a given set of letters.
TagViewBinny V A(Myself) Analyses a Tcl/Tk script and shows all the function, comment, etc. in them. If any function is double clicked, this will open a editor with that line selected.
SimplePlannerBinny V A(Myself) A "To Do" list maker. Saves all plan to text file with the dates they are made in.
Big Programs (More than 1000 LoC)
ProgramAuthorDescription
ASED Andreas SieversA Tcl/Tk IDE made entirly in Tcl/Tk.
Tease Chess HazlettTEASE : Text Editing And Scripting Environment.
IndexerBinny V A(Myself) Indexer makes an HTML index(list) of all given files.

See references for more links on Tcl/Tk.

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