Extended tcl



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(TclX) Tcl extended by Mark Diekhans markd@NeoSoft.com and Karl Lehenbauer from 1989 on with statements to provide high-level access Unix system primitives.
Latest version: 7.6p2, as of 2003-02-12.
TclX Home (http://neosoft.com/tclx/).
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(2003-02-12)

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