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Tcl/Tk v8.4.6 Tutorial

Tcl/Tk v8.4.6 Tutorial

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I have scoured the web looking for a tutorial on Tcl/Tk v8.4.6.  I have been writing code in v8.2.3 for a couple of years, and have been forced to "upgrade" due to a customer supplied tool.  Unfortunately, I have encounterd several problems trying to run my existing code on the new platform.  So instead of wasting everyones time with multiple requests for help, I would like to find a good tutorial that focuses on v8.4.6.

Several years ago, I got hold of a fairly decent PDF version "Tcl and the TK toolkit", written by John K. Ousterhout, Univeristy of California, Copyright 1993.  Unfortunately, the examples in this paper, don't work on this new tool.

Any help would be GREATLY appreciated!

Thanks in advance.

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