.TH EXPECTK 1 "15 February 1993" .SH NAME expectk \- Expect with Tk support .SH SYNOPSIS .B expectk [ .I args ] .SH INTRODUCTION .B Expectk is a combination of Expect with Tk. (See their respective man pages for a more comprehensive explanation of either.) .B Expectk should run any .B wish or .B Expect script (with minor changes - see below). .PP The differences between the Expectk and Expect environment follows. .PP The .B send command is Tk's. Expect's .B send command can be invoked by the name .BR exp_send . (For compatibility, Expect allows either .B send or .B exp_send to be used.) .PP Scripts may be invoked implicitly on systems which support the #! notation by marking the script executable, and making the first line in your script: #!/usr/local/bin/expectk \-f Of course, the path must accurately describe where .B Expectk lives. /usr/local/bin is just an example.