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Page 1 - Page 2 - t-prot: TOFU Protection - t1ascii: convert PostScript Type 1 font from binary to ASCII - t1asm: assemble PostScript Type 1 font - t1binary: convert PostScript Type 1 font from ASCII to binary - t1c2pfb: convert from binary PostScript Type1 into compressible .t1c... - t1disasm: disassemble PostScript Type 1 font - t1dotlessj: create a dotless-j PostScript Type 1 font - t1libconfig: create the t1lib.config and FontDataBase files for t1lib - t1lint: check a PostScript Type 1 font for correctness - t1mac: translate a PFA or PFB PostScript Type 1 font into Macintosh format - t1rawafm: produce raw AFM metrics from a PostScript Type 1 font - t1reencode: reencode a PostScript Type 1 font - t1testpage: create a PostScript proof for a Type 1 font - t1unmac: translate a Mac PostScript Type 1 font into PFA or PFB format - t2html: Simple text to HTML converter. Relies on text indentation rules - t2p: A text to phoneme converter - t4ht: a system for authoring hypertext with TeX and friends - tab2graph: turn tabular data into a graph - tabbed: simple generic tabbed interface - tabfunc: convert table to functions for rcalc, etc - tabify: Procedures to (un)tabify strings - tabix: Generic indexer for TAB-delimited genome position files - Table.h - table: Arranges widgets in a table - TABLE: retrieve rows from a table or view - tableau-parm: Tableau Write-blocking Bridge Query/Command Utility - tablebuf: Generates row - tablelines: A TableSupport specialization writing horizontal separation... - tablesupport: Defines protocols for Table-support classes - tablet-encode: video converter for Nokia Internet Tablets - table_dispatcher: PgQ consumer that is used to write source records into... - tablify: turn a delimited text file into a text table - tablix2 - tablix2_benchmark - tablix2_kernel - tablix2_output - tablix2_plot - tablix2_test - tabmerge: unify delimited files on common fields - tabs: set tabs on a terminal - tabset: Create and manipulate tabset widgets... - TABSIZE: curses global variables - TabWidget.h - tac: concatenate and print files in reverse - tachk: Check the validity of the trust anchors in a named.conf file - tachyon: parallel ray-tracer - tac_plus.conf: tacacs+ daemon configuration file - tac_plus: tacacs plus daemon - tac_pwd: generate DES encryption of a password - tag: Manipulate tagged files - tagcloud: visualize notes as a tagcloud - tagcoll: Perform various operations on a tagged collection - tagged-bugs: search for tagged bugs in Launchpad - taggrepper: search and match tags of media file for regular expressions - taglog: Time Management and Recording system - tagmp3: manipulate ID3v1 tags - tagpending: tags bugs that are to be closed in the latest changelog as... - tags: Generate Emacs TAGS file from Erlang source files - tagsoup: convert nasty, ugly HTML to clean XHTML - tagtest: HylaFAX tag line testing program - tagtool: a tool to tag and rename MP3 and Ogg Vorbis files - tai64n: puts a precise timestamp on each line - tai64nlocal: converts precise TAI64N timestamps to a human-readable format - taia_add: add two struct taia - taia_addsec: add n seconds to a struct taia - taia_approx: return double-precision approximation - taia_frac: get current time - taia_less: compare two struct taia - taia_now: get current time - taia_pack: convert to external TAI64NA format - taia_sub: subtract two struct taia - taia_tai: get current time - taia_uint: convert seconds into struct taia - taia_unpack: convert to external TAI64NA format - tail.pl: client for LCDd, the lcdproc server - tail: output the last part of files - tailf: follow the growth of a log file - tailor: tool to keep in sync various kinds of repository - tai_add: add two struct tai - tai_approx: return double-precision approximation - tai_less: compare two struct tai - tai_now: get current time - tai_pack: convert to external TAI64 format - tai_sub: subtract two struct tai - tai_unpack: convert to external TAI64 format - take_risc: Examples of the use of The Stanford GraphBase - taktuk: a tool for large scale remote execution deployment - TakTuk: Perl module that provides an interface to taktuk(1) communication... - taktukcomm: Interface library to taktuk(1) communication facilities - talk: talk to another user - talkd: remote user communication server - TalkSoup: IRC client for GNUstep - talkwith: script to easily switch speakup speech synthesizer - talloc: hierarchical reference counted memory pool system with destructors - tally.control: Keep track of newsgroup creations and deletions - tally.unwanted: keep track of unwanted newsgroups - tan: tangent function - tanf: tangent function - tangerine-properties: DAAP Server configuration tool - tangerine: DAAP Server - tangle: translate WEB to Pascal - tanglet: A single player word finding game based on Boggle - Tangram: Store pure objects in standard relational databases - tangram: watch the computer solve tangram puzzles - tanh: hyperbolic tangent function - tanhf: hyperbolic tangent function - tanhl: hyperbolic tangent function - tanl: tangent function - tao_catior: Stringified IOR decoder and viewer - tao_idl: Compile IDL sources for use with the ACE ORB (TAO) - tao_nsadd: Naming Service add utility - tao_nsdel: Naming Service delete utility - tao_nslist: Naming Service listing utility - tao_tls_basic: TAO Basic Telecom Log Service - tao_tls_event: TAO Event Telecom Log Service - tao_tls_notify: TAO Notify Telecom Log Service - tao_tls_rtevent: TAO RTEvent Telecom Log Service - tap-creator: emulate tap creator - tap: Ethernet tunnel software network interface - tap2deb: create Debian packages which wrap .tap files - tap2rpm: create RPM packages which wrap .tap files - tapconvert: convert Twisted configurations from one format to another - tape2wav: Sinclair ZX Spectrum tape to wav audio file converter - tapecalc: full-screen editing calculator - tapeconfig: Defines parameters for tape devices and backup data files - tapeconv: Sinclair ZX Spectrum tape file converter - tapecopy: System/370, ESA/390 and z/Architecture Emulator - tapeinfo: report SCSI tape device info - tapelist: System/370, ESA/390 and z/Architecture Emulator - tapelist: The list of Amanda volumes in use - tapemap: System/370, ESA/390 and z/Architecture Emulator - tapeout: Output tapefiles to real tape - tapesplit: System/370, ESA/390 and z/Architecture Emulator - tapesplt: System/370, ESA/390 and z/Architecture Emulator - tar.h: extended tar definitions - tar: The GNU version of the tar archiving utility - tar: Tar file creation, extraction & manipulation - tar: format of tape archive files - tardy: a tar post-processor - targ: SCSI target emulator driver - tart-custom: Template format for LinuxTaRT - tart: generates email signatures - tartdates: Special date configuration for LinuxTaRT - tartrc: Configuration file for LinuxTaRT - tar_append_file: append data to tar archives - tar_block_read: macros to call read and write functions for the correct tar... - tar_extract_all: high-level tar archive manipulation functions - tar_extract_file: extract files from a tar archive - tar_open: access a tar archive via a handle - task-color: A color tutorial for the task(1) command line todo manager - task-faq: A FAQ for the task(1) command line todo manager - task-sync: A tutorial for the task(1) data synchronization capabilities - task-tutorial: A tutorial for the task(1) command line todo manager - task: A command line todo manager - taskqueue: asynchronous task execution - taskqueue_create: asynchronous task execution - TASKQUEUE_DECLARE: asynchronous task execution - TASKQUEUE_DEFINE: asynchronous task execution - taskqueue_enqueue: asynchronous task execution - taskqueue_find: asynchronous task execution - taskqueue_free: asynchronous task execution - taskqueue_run: asynchronous task execution - taskrc: Configuration file for the task(1) command - tasksel: a user interface for installing tasks - taskset: retrieve or set a process's CPU affinity - TASK_INIT: asynchronous task execution - tasm: TASM Frontend For The Yasm Modular Assembler - tasque: Simple TODO list for Gnome - tatan: pointing STG shooter game - tatd: Tool for UML Activity Diagrams - taterm: a VT102 emulator for the X window system - tau2elg: convert TAU tracefiles to Epilog tracefiles - tau2otf: convert TAU tracefiles to OTF tracefiles for Vampir/VNG - tau2profile: convert TAU tracefiles to TAU profile files - tau2slog2: convert TAU tracefiles to SLOG2 tracefiles - tau2vtf: convert TAU tracefiles to vampir tracefiles - tauex: Allows you to choose a tau/papi configuration at runtime - tau_compiler.sh: Instrumenting source files - TAU_CONTEXT_EVENT: Triggers a context event - tau_convert: convert TAU tracefiles into various alternative trace formats - TAU_DB_DUMP: Dumps the profile database to disk - TAU_DB_DUMP_INCR: Dumps profile database into timestamped profiles on disk - TAU_DB_DUMP_PREFIX: Dumps the profile database into profile files with a... - TAU_DB_PURGE: Purges the performance data - TAU_DISABLE_ALL_GROUPS: Disables instrumentation in all groups - TAU_DISABLE_CONTEXT_EVENT: Disable a context event - TAU_DISABLE_GROUP: Disables tracking of a given group - TAU_DISABLE_GROUP_NAME: Disables a group based on name - TAU_DISABLE_INSTRUMENTATION: Disables instrumentation - TAU_DISABLE_TRACKING_MEMORY: Disables memory tracking - TAU_DISABLE_TRACKING_MEMORY_HEADROOM: Disables memory headroom tracking - TAU_DUMP_FUNC_NAMES: Dumps function names to disk - TAU_DUMP_FUNC_VALS: Dumps performance data for given functions to disk - TAU_DUMP_FUNC_VALS_INCR: Dumps function values with a timestamp - TAU_ENABLE_ALL_GROUPS: Enables instrumentation in all groups - TAU_ENABLE_CONTEXT_EVENT: Enable a context event - TAU_ENABLE_GROUP: Enables tracking of a given group - TAU_ENABLE_GROUP_NAME: Enables a group based on name - TAU_ENABLE_INSTRUMENTATION: Enables instrumentation - TAU_ENABLE_TRACKING_MEMORY: Enables memory tracking - TAU_ENABLE_TRACKING_MEMORY_HEADROOM: Enables memory headroom tracking - TAU_EVENT: Triggers a user event - TAU_EVENT_DISABLE_MAX: Disables tracking of maximum statistic for a given... - TAU_EVENT_DISABLE_MEAN: Disables tracking of mean statistic for a given... - TAU_EVENT_DISABLE_MIN: Disables tracking of minimum statistic for a given... - TAU_EVENT_DISABLE_STDDEV: Disables tracking of standard deviation statistic... - TAU_EVENT_SET_NAME: Sets the name of an event - TAU_GET_COUNTER_NAMES: Gets the counter names - TAU_GET_EVENT_NAMES: Gets the registered user events - TAU_GET_EVENT_VALS: Gets user event data for given user events - TAU_GET_FUNC_NAMES: Gets the function names - TAU_GET_FUNC_VALS: Gets detailed performance data for given functions - TAU_GET_PROFILE_GROUP: Creates groups based on names - TAU_GLOBAL_PHASE: Declares a global phase - TAU_GLOBAL_PHASE_EXTERNAL: Declares a global phase from an external... - TAU_GLOBAL_PHASE_START: Starts a global phase - TAU_GLOBAL_PHASE_STOP: Stops a global phase - TAU_GLOBAL_TIMER: Declares a global timer - TAU_GLOBAL_TIMER_EXTERNAL: Declares a global timer from an external... - TAU_GLOBAL_TIMER_START: Starts a global timer - TAU_GLOBAL_TIMER_STOP: Stops a global timer - TAU_INIT: Processes command-line arguments for selective instrumentation - TAU_MAPPING: Encapsulates a C++ statement for profiling - TAU_MAPPING_CREATE: Creates a mapping - TAU_MAPPING_LINK: Creates a mapping link - TAU_MAPPING_OBJECT: Declares a mapping object - TAU_MAPPING_PROFILE: Profiles a block based on a mapping - TAU_MAPPING_PROFILE_START: Starts a mapping timer - TAU_MAPPING_PROFILE_STOP: Stops a mapping timer - TAU_MAPPING_PROFILE_TIMER: Declares a mapping timer - tau_merge: combine multiple node and or thread TAU tracefiles into a merged... - tau_ompcheck: Completes uncompleted do/for/parallel omp directives - TAU_PHASE: Profile a C++ function as a phase - TAU_PHASE_CREATE_DYNAMIC: Defines a dynamic phase - TAU_PHASE_CREATE_STATIC: Defines a static phase - TAU_PHASE_START: Enters a phase - TAU_PHASE_STOP: Exits a phase - tau_poe: Instruments a MPI application while it is being executed with poe - TAU_PROFILE: Profile a C++ function - TAU_PROFILE_CALLSTACK: Generates a callstack trace at a given location - TAU_PROFILE_CREATE_TIMER: Creates a timer for C - TAU_PROFILE_DECLARE_TIMER: Declares a timer for C - TAU_PROFILE_EXIT: Alerts the profiling system to an exit call - TAU_PROFILE_INIT: Processes command-line arguments for selective... - TAU_PROFILE_SET_CONTEXT: Informs the measurement system of the context id - TAU_PROFILE_SET_GROUP_NAME: Changes the group name of a profiled section - TAU_PROFILE_SET_NODE: Informs the measurement system of the node id - TAU_PROFILE_START: Starts a timer - TAU_PROFILE_STMT: Executes a statement only when TAU is used - TAU_PROFILE_STOP: Stops a timer - TAU_PROFILE_TIMER: Defines a static timer - TAU_PROFILE_TIMER_DYNAMIC: Defines a dynamic timer - TAU_PROFILE_TIMER_SET_GROUP: Change the group of a timer - TAU_PROFILE_TIMER_SET_GROUP_NAME: Changes the group name for a timer - TAU_PROFILE_TIMER_SET_NAME: Changes the name of a timer - TAU_PROFILE_TIMER_SET_TYPE: Changes the type of a timer - tau_reduce: generates selective instrumentation rules based on profile data - TAU_REGISTER_CONTEXT_EVENT: Registers a context event - TAU_REGISTER_EVENT: Registers a user event - TAU_REGISTER_FORK: Informs the measurement system that a fork has taken... - TAU_REGISTER_THREAD: Register a thread with the profiling system - TAU_REPORT_STATISTICS: Outputs statistics - TAU_REPORT_THREAD_STATISTICS: Outputs statistics, plus thread statistics - TAU_SET_INTERRUPT_INTERVAL: Change the inter-interrupt interval for... - tau_timecorrect: Corrects and reorders the records of tau trace files - TAU_TRACE_RECVMSG: Traces a receive operation - TAU_TRACE_SENDMSG: Traces a receive operation - TAU_TRACK_MEMORY: Initializes memory tracking system - TAU_TRACK_MEMORY_HEADROOM: Track the headroom (amount of memory for a... - TAU_TRACK_MEMORY_HEADROOM_HERE: Takes a sample of the amount of memory... - TAU_TRACK_MEMORY_HERE: Triggers memory tracking at a given execution point - tau_treemerge.pl: combine multiple node and or thread TAU tracefiles into a... - TAU_TYPE_STRING: Creates a type string - tau_validate: Validates a TAU installation by performing various tests on... - taxbird-print-helper: support taxbird printing XHTML documents - taxbird: The first free Elster client (German Tax Declarations) - taxblast: taxonomy-enabled BLAST - tayga.conf: configuration file of the TAYGA stateless NAT64 daemon - tayga: stateless NAT64 daemon - Taylor_Fjt_Eval - TbarLayout: Afterstep TbarLayout - tbb_atomic: tbb - tbench: Measure disk throughput for simulated netbench run - tbench_srv: Measure disk throughput for simulated netbench run - tbf2lps: convert a muCRL LPE to an mCRL2 LPS - tbl-dctrl: generate tabular representations of data in dctrl format - tbl: format tables for troff - tbl2asn: prepare a GenBank submission using an ASCII feature table - tblcvt: troffcvt preprocessor to convert tbl-format tables - tblgen-2.7: Target Description To C++ Code Generator - tblgen-2.8: Target Description To C++ Code Generator - tblgen-2.9: Target Description To C++ Code Generator - tblgen: Target Description To C++ Code Generator - tbuf: manipulate text editor buffer - tbuf_cat: manipulate text editor buffer - tbuf_chars: manipulate text editor buffer - tbuf_copy: manipulate text editor buffer - tbuf_create: manipulate text editor buffer - tbuf_destroy: manipulate text editor buffer - tbuf_length: manipulate text editor buffer - tc-bfifo: Byte limited First In, First Out queue - tc-cbq-details: Class Based Queueing - tc-cbq: Class Based Queueing - tc-drr: deficit round robin scheduler - tc-htb: Hierarchy Token Bucket - tc-pfifo: Byte limited First In, First Out queue - tc-pfifo_fast: three-band first in, first out queue - tc-prio: Priority qdisc - tc-red: Random Early Detection - tc-sfq: Stochastic Fairness Queueing - tc-tbf: Token Bucket Filter - tc: show / manipulate traffic control settings - tc2html-toc: table of contents processor for tc2html - tc2html: convert troffcvt output to Hypertext Markup Language - tc2null: diagnostic tool for troffcvt output - tc2rtf: convert troffcvt output to Rich Text Format - tc2text: convert troffcvt output to ASCII text - tcadb: the abstract database API - tcal: runs the Gcal program with the date of tomorrow's day - tcamgr: the command line utility of the abstract database API - tcamttest: test cases of the abstract database API - tcat: GSM 06.10 lossy sound compression - tcatest: test cases of the abstract database API - tca_correct: Calculate transverse chromatic aberration - tcbd: Tool for UML Collaboration Diagrams - tcbdb: the B+ tree database API - tcbmgr: the command line utility of the B+ tree database API - tcbmttest: test cases of the B+ tree database API - tcbtest: test cases of the B+ tree database API - tcc: Tiny C Compiler - tccat: concatenate multimedia streams from medium and print on the standard... - tccenv: Environments for tcc - tcdecode: read multimedia streams from medium, decode to raw format and... - tcdemux: demultiplex a program stream - tcdialog: display dialog boxes from shell scripts - tcdrain: get and set terminal attributes, line control, get and set baud... - tcexport: Simple frontend to transcode's encoding subsystem - tcextract: read multimedia file from medium, extract or demultiplex... - tcfdb: the fixed-length database API - tcflow: get and set terminal attributes, line control, get and set baud... - tcflush: get and set terminal attributes, line control, get and set baud... - tcfmgr: the command line utility of the fixed-length database API - tcfmttest: test cases of the fixed-length database API - tcftest: test cases of the fixed-length database API - tcgetattr: get and set terminal attributes, line control, get and set baud... - tcgetpgrp: get and set terminal foreground process group - tcgetsid: get session ID - tchdb: the hash database API - tchk: TenDRA static checker - tchmgr: the command line utility of the hash database API - tchmttest: test cases of the hash database API - tchtest: test cases of the hash database API - Tcl: Tool Command Language - TclCommandWriting: Writing C language extensions to Tcl - tclcurl: get a URL with FTP, FTPS, HTTP, HTTPS, SCP, SFTP, TFTP, TELNET,... - tclcurl_multi: get a URL with FTP, FTPS, HTTP, HTTPS, SCP, SFTP, TFTP,... - tclcurl_share: get a URL with FTP, FTPS, HTTP, HTTPS, SCP, SFTP, TFTP,... - tcldocstrip: Tcl-based Docstrip Processor - tcldot: graph manipulation in tcl - tclist: the utility API - tcllib_dns: Tcl Domain Name Service Client - tcllib_interp: Interp creation and aliasing - tcllib_ip: IPv4 and IPv6 address manipulation - tcllib_msgcat: Message catalog management for the various document parsers - tclreadline: gnu readline for the tcl scripting language - tclsh-default: Simple shell containing Tcl interpreter - tclsh8.4: Simple shell containing Tcl interpreter - tclsh8.5: Simple shell containing Tcl interpreter - tcltest: Test harness support code and utilities - tcltk-depends: calculates Tcl/Tk dependencies - tclvars: Variables used by Tcl... - tclx: Extended Tcl: Extended command set for Tcl - Tclxcmd_Init: Extended Tcl initialization - TclXInit: Extended Tcl initialization - Tclx_Init: Extended Tcl initialization - TclX_KeyedListDelete: Keyed list management routines - TclX_KeyedListGet: Keyed list management routines - TclX_KeyedListGetKeys: Keyed list management routines - TclX_KeyedListSet: Keyed list management routines - TclX_Main: Extended Tcl initialization - TclX_NewKeyedListObj: Keyed list management routines - Tcl_Access: check file permissions and other attributes - Tcl_AddErrorInfo: retrieve or record information about errors and other... - Tcl_AddObjErrorInfo: retrieve or record information about errors and other... - Tcl_Alloc: allocate or free heap memory - Tcl_AllocStatBuf: procedures to interact with any filesystem - Tcl_AllowExceptions: allow all exceptions in next script evaluation - Tcl_AppendAllObjTypes: manipulate Tcl object types - Tcl_AppendElement: manipulate Tcl result - Tcl_AppendExportList: manipulate namespaces - Tcl_AppendFormatToObj: manipulate Tcl objects as strings - Tcl_AppendLimitedToObj: manipulate Tcl objects as strings - Tcl_AppendObjToErrorInfo: retrieve or record information about errors and... - Tcl_AppendObjToObj: manipulate Tcl objects as strings - Tcl_AppendPrintfToObj: manipulate Tcl objects as strings - Tcl_AppendResult: manipulate Tcl result - Tcl_AppendResultVA: manipulate Tcl result - Tcl_AppendStringsToObj: manipulate Tcl objects as strings - Tcl_AppendStringsToObjVA: manipulate Tcl objects as strings - Tcl_AppendToObj: manipulate Tcl objects as strings - Tcl_AppendUnicodeToObj: manipulate Tcl objects as strings - Tcl_AppInit: perform application-specific initialization - Tcl_AsyncCreate: handle asynchronous events - Tcl_AsyncDelete: handle asynchronous events - Tcl_AsyncInvoke: handle asynchronous events - Tcl_AsyncMark: handle asynchronous events - Tcl_AsyncReady: handle asynchronous events - Tcl_AttemptAlloc: allocate or free heap memory - Tcl_AttemptRealloc: allocate or free heap memory - Tcl_AttemptSetObjLength: manipulate Tcl objects as strings - Tcl_BackgroundError: report Tcl error that occurred in background... - Tcl_Backslash: parse a backslash sequence - Tcl_BadChannelOption: procedures for creating and manipulating channels - Tcl_CallWhenDeleted: Arrange for callback when interpreter is deleted - Tcl_CancelIdleCall: invoke a procedure when there are no pending events - Tcl_ChannelBlockModeProc: procedures for creating and manipulating channels - Tcl_ChannelBuffered: procedures for creating and manipulating channels - Tcl_ChannelClose2Proc: procedures for creating and manipulating channels - Tcl_ChannelCloseProc: procedures for creating and manipulating channels - Tcl_ChannelFlushProc: procedures for creating and manipulating channels - Tcl_ChannelGetHandleProc: procedures for creating and manipulating channels - Tcl_ChannelGetOptionProc: procedures for creating and manipulating channels - Tcl_ChannelHandlerProc: procedures for creating and manipulating channels - Tcl_ChannelInputProc: procedures for creating and manipulating channels - Tcl_ChannelName: procedures for creating and manipulating channels - Tcl_ChannelOutputProc: procedures for creating and manipulating channels - Tcl_ChannelSeekProc: procedures for creating and manipulating channels - Tcl_ChannelSetOptionProc: procedures for creating and manipulating channels - Tcl_ChannelThreadActionProc: procedures for creating and manipulating... - Tcl_ChannelTruncateProc: procedures for creating and manipulating channels - Tcl_ChannelVersion: procedures for creating and manipulating channels - Tcl_ChannelWatchProc: procedures for creating and manipulating channels - Tcl_ChannelWideSeekProc: procedures for creating and manipulating channels - Tcl_Chdir: manipulate the current working directory - Tcl_ClearChannelHandlers: procedures for creating and manipulating channels - Tcl_Close: buffered I/O facilities using channels - Tcl_CommandComplete: Check for unmatched braces in a Tcl command - Tcl_CommandTraceInfo: monitor renames and deletes of a command - Tcl_Concat: concatenate a collection of strings - Tcl_ConcatObj: manipulate Tcl objects as strings - Tcl_ConditionFinalize: Tcl thread support - Tcl_ConditionNotify: Tcl thread support - Tcl_ConditionWait: Tcl thread support - Tcl_ConvertCountedElement: manipulate Tcl lists - Tcl_ConvertElement: manipulate Tcl lists - Tcl_ConvertToType: manipulate Tcl object types - tcl_count: count physical lines of code, given a comment marker - Tcl_CreateAlias: manage multiple Tcl interpreters, aliases and hidden... - Tcl_CreateAliasObj: manage multiple Tcl interpreters, aliases and hidden... - Tcl_CreateChannel: procedures for creating and manipulating channels - Tcl_CreateChannelHandler: call a procedure when a channel becomes readable... - Tcl_CreateCloseHandler: arrange for callbacks when channels are closed - Tcl_CreateCommand: implement new commands in C - Tcl_CreateEncoding: procedures for creating and using encodings - Tcl_CreateEnsemble: manipulate ensemble commands - Tcl_CreateExitHandler: end the application or thread (and invoke exit... - Tcl_CreateFileHandler: associate procedure callbacks with files or devices... - Tcl_CreateHashEntry: procedures to manage hash tables - Tcl_CreateInterp: create and delete Tcl command interpreters - Tcl_CreateMathFunc: Define, query and enumerate math functions for... - Tcl_CreateNamespace: manipulate namespaces - Tcl_CreateObjCommand: implement new commands in C - Tcl_CreateObjTrace: arrange for command execution to be traced - Tcl_CreateSlave: manage multiple Tcl interpreters, aliases and hidden... - Tcl_CreateThread: Tcl thread support - Tcl_CreateThreadExitHandler: end the application or thread (and invoke exit... - Tcl_CreateTimerHandler: call a procedure at a given time - Tcl_CreateTrace: arrange for command execution to be traced - Tcl_CutChannel: procedures for creating and manipulating channels - Tcl_DecrRefCount: manipulate Tcl objects - Tcl_DeleteAssocData: manage associations of string keys and user specified... - Tcl_DeleteChannelHandler: call a procedure when a channel becomes readable... - Tcl_DeleteCloseHandler: arrange for callbacks when channels are closed - Tcl_DeleteCommand: implement new commands in C - Tcl_DeleteCommandFromToken: implement new commands in C - Tcl_DeleteExitHandler: end the application or thread (and invoke exit... - Tcl_DeleteFileHandler: associate procedure callbacks with files or devices... - Tcl_DeleteHashEntry: procedures to manage hash tables - Tcl_DeleteHashTable: procedures to manage hash tables - Tcl_DeleteInterp: create and delete Tcl command interpreters - Tcl_DeleteNamespace: manipulate namespaces - Tcl_DeleteThreadExitHandler: end the application or thread (and invoke exit... - Tcl_DeleteTimerHandler: call a procedure at a given time - Tcl_DeleteTrace: arrange for command execution to be traced - Tcl_DetachChannel: buffered I/O facilities using channels - Tcl_DetachPids: manage child processes in background - Tcl_DictObjDone: manipulate Tcl objects as dictionaries - Tcl_DictObjFirst: manipulate Tcl objects as dictionaries - Tcl_DictObjGet: manipulate Tcl objects as dictionaries - Tcl_DictObjNext: manipulate Tcl objects as dictionaries - Tcl_DictObjPut: manipulate Tcl objects as dictionaries - Tcl_DictObjPutKeyList: manipulate Tcl objects as dictionaries - Tcl_DictObjRemove: manipulate Tcl objects as dictionaries - Tcl_DictObjRemoveKeyList: manipulate Tcl objects as dictionaries - Tcl_DictObjSize: manipulate Tcl objects as dictionaries - Tcl_DiscardInterpState: save and restore an interpreter's state - Tcl_DiscardResult: save and restore an interpreter's state - Tcl_DontCallWhenDeleted: Arrange for callback when interpreter is deleted - Tcl_DoOneEvent: wait for events and invoke event handlers - Tcl_DoWhenIdle: invoke a procedure when there are no pending events Page 1 - Page 2
 
 
 

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