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Bash scripting syntax and TCL

tahirsengine

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Hi,
I am in learning phase of both TCL and Linux Bash scripting.
I have noticed that many of the syntax of TCL are very much similar to Bash scripting.
So is there any connection between the two, as Linux I use as an operating system and TCL I use to automate software processes.
 

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I have noticed that many of the syntax of TCL are very much similar to Bash scripting.
It is not surprising because the frontends are similar for a reason. The backends are very similar because they use the same system calls.

Scripting languages are simpler to process compared to other compiler languages. Normally they will also use Tk (tool-kit) for a good look!

You see the dependencies when you download the packages and see how they are related.
 

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