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See details for additional description. Good reference book at a good price. Skip to main content. Expect is quickly becoming a part of every UNIX user’s toolbox. 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 redacted example, you can use Expect to test interactive programs with no changes to their interfaces.
See all 8 brand new listings. 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 example, you can use Expect to test interactive programs with no changes to their interfaces.
Exploring EXPECT : A TCL Based Toolkit for Automating Interactive Programs
Or wrap interactive programs with Motif-like front-ends to control applications by buttons, scrollbars, and other graphic elements with no recompilation of the original programs. You don’t even need the source code Expect works with remote applications, too. Don Libes is the creator of Expect as well as the author of this book. In “Exploring Expect,” he provides a comprehensive tutorial on all of Expect’s features, allowing you to put it expeect to work on your problems.
In a down-to-earth and humorous style, he provides numerous examples of challenging real-world applications liges how they can be automated using Expect to save you time and money. Expect is the first of a new breed of programs based on Tcl, the Tool Command Language that is rocking the computer science community. This book provides an introduction to Tcl and describes how Expect applies Tcl’s power to the new field of interaction automation.
Whether your interest is in Expect or interaction automation or you simply want to learn about Tcl and see how it has been used in ,ibes software, you will find “Exploring Expect” a treasure trove of easy-to-understand and valuable information. Based on TCL tool control languageExpect lets the user automate interactive applications that have previously been extremely difficult to handle with any scripting language.
Written by the author of Expect, this is the first book to explain how this part of the UNIX toolbox can be used to automate Telnet, FTP, passwd, rlogin, and hundreds of other interactive applications.
Based on Tcl Tool Command LanguageExpect lets you automate explorong applications that have previously been extremely difficult expec handle with any scripting language.
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