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Accessing return value from expect in unix shell

Posted by sarathy_groups (sarathy_groups), 12 September 2005
Hello Expect Guru's,

I have a very simple query for u people, i.e

If suppose I am returning a value using the  below statement
return {$expect_out(3,string)} from a procedure say abc
[proc abc { }],

then how can I access  the above return value from unix shell script ?,

If it is with in shell , we can use $?, here its not d case right?, please let me know  the solution.

awaiting for a reply,

Thanks in Advance,

Partha



Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 12 September 2005
I think the solution is at http://www.wellho.net/forum/The-Tcl-programming-language/accessing-return-value-in-expect.html.  Have a look and let me know if that doesn't sort it



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