The interp command is used to create and manipulate interpreters. The interpreter being created is called a slave, and the interpreter that creates it is called the master. The master has complete control over the slave. The interp command is summarized in Table 19-1.
|interp aliases slave||Lists aliases that are defined in slave.|
|interp alias slave cmd1||Returns the target command and arguments for the alias cmd1 in slave.|
|interp alias slave cmd1 master cmd2 arg ...||Defines cmd1 in slave that is an alias to cmd2 in master with additional args.|
|interp create ?-safe? slave||Creates an interpreter named slave.|
|interp delete slave||Destroys interpreter slave.|
|interp eval slave cmd args ...||Evaluates cmd and ...|