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Harry Potter. Popular Features. Home Learning. Based on TCL tool control language , Expect lets the user automate interactive applications that have previously been extremely difficult to handle with any scripting language.
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Table of contents Preface. Expect-Why another tool? Tcl-A Little History. How To Read This Book. Notational Conventions. Chapter 1: Intro-What Is Expect? Ouch, Those Programs Are Painful! Line The. Review Text "Expect is an absolutely wonderful, marvelous program. Expect is going so save us several thousand dollars in licensing fees in the next year alone, some inestimable number or programming hours, and allow us to provide our users much better service than we otherwise could have.
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Exploring Expect: A Tcl-based Toolkit for Automating Interactive Programs
Explore a preview version of Exploring Expect right now. Expect is quickly becoming a part of every UNIX user's toolbox. It allows you to automate Telnet, FTP, passwd, rlogin, and hundreds of other applications that normally require human interaction. Using Expect to automate these applications will allow you to speed up tasks and, in many cases, solve new problems that you never would have even considered before.
For all of you who thought that the Expect man page was too long and too terse at the same time, this book provides relief. Numerous examples are provided and explained, demonstrating how to save you time and money. Example topics include how to write patterns, handle signal s, use Expect as a telnet able daemon , and use Expect with Tk and other Tcl extension s. The book also includes an innovative introduction to Tcl - if you've had trouble using Tcl before, all of a sudden, it will make a lot more sense. And while Exploring Expect concentrates primarily on using Expect with Tcl, programmers attempting to automate interactive programs using C , Perl , Python , or any other language will find this book helpful because many of the concepts underlying Expect-like programming are common to all languages. Exploring Expect was originally based on Tcl 7.