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WWW book information: http://www.awprofessional.com/title/0201634740
WWW examples: http://sf.net/projects/efftcl/
This is a great second book for someone learning Tcl and Tk. It covers many of the topics that someone wanting to develop excellent skills as a Tcl programmer will want to learn.
Or maybe even first; in the comp.lang.tcl newsgroup, SH writes, "Effective Tcl/Tk is an outstanding book, if you're looking into the Tk portion more. I'm a newbie myself, and still reading the book. It's very clear, full of tips & tricks for newbies, and surprisingly concise."
Well, the problem with it being a first book is that it really doesn't try to teach a novice how to program in tcl.
Just a thought, this book is 8 years old, why not make it available online?
LV I've always wondered if there were contractual obligations which prevented the typical author from doing this, at least in cases where they didn't appear to be planning subsequent revisions.
CLN - Surely contracts vary. As I recall (I haven't looked at mine in a while), after a certain time, copyright of my book reverts to me so I could put it online if I chose (when that time came).