char *argv0 (in) The first command-line argument to the program, which gives the application's name.
The Tcl_FindExecutable procedure computes the full path name of the executable file from which the application was invoked and saves it for
Tcl's internal use. The executable's path name is needed for several purposes in Tcl. For example, it is needed on some platforms in the
implementation of the load command. It is also returned by the info nameofexecutable command.
On UNIX platforms this procedure is typically invoked as the very first thing in the application's main program; it must be passed argv
as its argument. It is important not to change the working directory before the invocation. Tcl_FindExecutable uses argv0 along with the
PATH environment variable to find the application's executable, if possible. If it fails to find the binary, then future calls to info
nameofexecutable will return an empty string.
Tcl_GetNameOfExecutable simply returns a pointer to the internal full path name of the executable file as computed by Tcl_FindExecutable.
This procedure call is the C API equivalent to the info nameofexecutable command. NULL is returned if the internal full path name has not
been computed or unknown.