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Associated article: TclBlend: Blending Tcl and Java

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Published source code accomanying the article by Scott Stanton in which he discusses TclBlend, a scripting language based on Tcl and Java, introduces new Tcl commands that let you directly manipulate Java objects without having to write any Java code. TclBlend also provides access to the Tcl interpreter interfaces through a set of Java classes. Also see TCLBLEND.ZIP and TCLBLEND.EXE.

					TclBlend: Blending Tcl and Java
by Scott Stanton


Listing One
public class Simple {
    public Simple(String s) {
    contents = s;
    }
    public String toString() {
    return contents;
    }
    public String contents = "default value";
}

Listing Two
public class Simple2 {
    public Simple2(int arg1, ...							
										
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