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Posted by kris6 (kris6), 6 September 2006
I have two lists, say a and b
set a {1 2 3}
set b {x y z}

I need output as {1 x 2 y 3 z}
Is there any TCL function which does that?

Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 6 September 2006
There's no function to merge two lists in that order - concat will join one list on after another, but that's NOT what you need!  I would do it with a for loop ...

set a {1 2 3}
set b {x y z}

for {set k 0} {$k < [llength $b]} {incr k} {
       lappend result [lindex $a $k]
       lappend result [lindex $b $k]

puts $result

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