How do I compile a TCL script

 Generally, TCL is an abbreviation of the name “Tool Command Language”and it is a scripting language for controlling and extending software applications. Through this article you can get to know about the compiling process of TCL script.

Compile TCL

    To compile details, execute the below commands,

cd ~/ns-allinone-2.35/tcl8.5.10/unix



make test

make install

Compile TCL

Create a TCL script

       Once you compile TCL, then you have to create a new TCL script in your project directory with your needed process,

Create a new TCL script

The sample code in the TCL script for OLSR configuration,

set ns              [new Simulator]

Agent/OLSR set use_mac_ true

Agent/OLSR set debug_ false

Agent/OLSR set willingness 3

Agent/OLSR set hello_ival_ 2

Agent/OLSR set tc_ival_ 5

The following code is for performance calculation.

Cbrval $startval $stopval $startval1 $stopval1

energycalc $startval2

Broadcast $startval3

relay $startval4

routeSelection $startval5

packetTrans $startval6

Compile TCL script

      After executed the code for performance calculation, then you have to install TCL interpreter by using the following command

,sudo apt-get install tcl8.4

Installation of TCL interpreter

Next, you have to execute the following command line to compile a TCL script in the Ubuntu terminal,

cd /home/research/Desktop/Tcl_Script

tclsh Main.tcl

Compile TCL script in Ubuntu terminal

We hope that our provided information about compiling of TCL script is easy to understand and a best guide for you. If you have any further queries, please reach us.

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