Updated 2017-03-16 07:26:51 by pooryorick

Summary  edit

A Command Line Interface is a user interface composed of a prompt at which users may enter a command, terminated by <Return>

It can also refer to the syntax the arguments and options that such commands accept. For example, the tclsh Command Line Interface is: tclsh ?fileName ?arg??

Disambiguation  edit

Microsoft generally uses CLI to mean "Common Language Interface", part of the .NET amalgam [explain] [also distinguish from CLR.].

ECMA uses CLI (also in the context of .NET) for Common Language Infrastructure [1].

SQL/CLI is the acronym for the standard SQL "Call-Level Interface", the best known implementation of which is ODBC.

Tcl CLI's  edit