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RedHat 9 (Linux i386) - man page for itcl_info (redhat section n)

itcl_info(n)				    [incr Tcl]				     itcl_info(n)

NAME
       itcl_info - query info regarding classes and objects (obsolete)

SYNOPSIS
       itcl_info classes ?pattern?
       itcl_info objects ?pattern? ?-class className? ?-isa className?

DESCRIPTION
       This  command is considered obsolete, but is retained for backward-compatibility with ear-
       lier versions of [incr Tcl].  It has  been  replaced  by  the  "find  classes"  and  "find
       objects" commands, which should be used for any new development.

       The  following  commands  are available in the global namespace to query information about
       classes and objects that have been created.

       itcl_info classes ?pattern?
	      Returns a list of classes available in the current namespace context.  If  a  class
	      belongs  to  the current namespace context, its simple name is reported; otherwise,
	      if a class  is  imported	from  another  namespace,  its	fully-qualified  name  is
	      reported.

	      If  the  optional  pattern is specified, then the reported names are compared using
	      the rules of the "string match" command, and only matching names are reported.

       itcl_info objects ?pattern? ?-class className? ?-isa className?
	      Returns a list of objects available in the current namespace context.  If an object
	      belongs  to  the current namespace context, its simple name is reported; otherwise,
	      if an object is imported from another namespace, its fully-qualified access command
	      is reported.

	      If  the  optional  pattern is specified, then the reported names are compared using
	      the rules of the "string match" command, and only matching names are reported.   If
	      the  optional  "-class"  parameter is specified, this list is restricted to objects
	      whose most-specific class is className.  If the optional "-isa" parameter is speci-
	      fied,  this  list  is further restricted to objects having the given className any-
	      where in their heritage.

KEYWORDS
       class, object, object-oriented

itcl					       3.0				     itcl_info(n)


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