Beginning TCL/Expect Training in Lawton

Enroll in or hire us to teach our Beginning TCL/Expect class in Lawton, Oklahoma by calling us @303.377.6176. Like all HSG classes, Beginning TCL/Expect may be offered either onsite or via instructor led virtual training. Consider looking at our public training schedule to see if it is scheduled: Public Training Classes
Provided there are enough attendees, Beginning TCL/Expect may be taught at one of our local training facilities.

Answers to Popular Questions:

 
Yes, this class can be tailored to meet your specific training needs.
Yes, we provide consulting services.
Yes, group discounts are provided.

Course Description

 
This three-day course provides the student with an introduction to creating Tcl and Tcl/Expect scripts.
Course Length: 3 Days
Course Tuition: $1190 (US)

Prerequisites

none.

Course Outline

 

Introduction to Tcl/TK
Install/Set-up Tcl/TK
History of Tcl
Advantages and Disadvantages of Tcl
Creating a Simple Tcl Program
Interactive tclsh shell

Tcl Basics
Math in Tcl
Data Types
Command Substitution
Grouping
Escaping Special Characters
Special String Characters
Commenting Your Script
Receiving Input in Tcl

Variables
Creating Variables
Referencing Variable?s Values
Unsetting Variables
Determining if a Variable Exists
Predefined Variables

Lists
What is a List?
Creating Lists
Returning Elements from Lists
Creating Lists form Strings
Creating Strings from Lists
Modifying Lists
Searching Lists
Sorting Lists
The concat Command
The arvg List

Arrays
What is an Array?
Creating Arrays
Returning Elements from an Array
Removing Data from an Array
The array Command
The env Array
The tcl_platform Array

Strings
String Manipulation
Finding the Length of a String
Comparing Two Strings
Matching a Pattern in a String
Other String Operations
Appending to a String

Regular Expressions
What are Regular Expressions?
The * and + Characters
The . Character
Character Sets
The Anchor Characters
The ? Character
Grouping Patterns
Alternation
The Backslash Character
The regexp Command
The regsub Command
Other Commands that Use Regular Expressions

Flow Control
Control Statements
The if Statement
The switch Statement
Using while Loops
Using foreach Loops
Using for Loops
Using break to Control Loops
Using continue to Control Loops
Catching Errors
Exiting and Error Messages

 
Procedures
Crating Procedures
Passing Parameters to Procedures
Variable Scope
The return Statement

File and Process Handling
Running UNIX or Linux Commands
Running Commands on PCs
Checking File Status
File Handles
Determining the Host Name

Introduction to Expect
What is Expect?
Expect?s Capabilities
Expect Shell
Installing Expect
Expect Options
Where to Find More Information

Using the Send Command
Introduction to the Send Command
Sending Slowly
Sending Humanly
Sending Special Characters
Send vs. Puts

Using the Expect Command
Introduction to the Expect Command
Expect Variables
Pattern Pairs
Setting Time Outs
expect eof
Ignoring Case
Using Comments with Expect
Turning Off Expect Output
The close Command
The wait Command

Using Globs and Regular Expressions with Expect
Using Globs
Using the * Glob Character
The ? and [] Characters
Using Backslashes
Using Regular Expressions
Grouping and ?Back Referencing?
Using Both Globs and Regular Expressions

Processing Handling
Running Multiple Processes
The spawn_id Variable
Using the i Option
Using Procedures
Predefined Spawn Ids

Handling User Input and Controlling Output
Sending Standard Output to the User
Sending Standard Error to the User
Receiving Input from the User
Pausing the Script
Disabling Terminal Echo
Signals

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