Tcl_CreateInterp, Tcl_DeleteInterp - create and delete Tcl command
Tcl_Interp *interp (in) Token for interpreter to be destroyed.
Tcl_CreateInterp creates a new interpreter structure and returns a token
for it. The token is required in calls to most other Tcl procedures,
such as Tcl_CreateCommand, Tcl_Eval, and Tcl_DeleteInterp. Clients are
only allowed to access a few of the fields of Tcl_Interp structures; see
the Tcl_Interp and Tcl_CreateCommand man pages for details. The new
interpreter is initialized with no defined variables and only the builtin
Tcl commands. To bind in additional commands, call Tcl_CreateCommand.
Tcl_DeleteInterp destroys a command interpreter and releases all of the
resources associated with it, including variables, procedures, and
application-specific command bindings. After Tcl_DeleteInterp returns
the caller should never again use the interp token.
command, create, delete, interpreter
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