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Posted by bhavik (bhavik), 25 December 2007

Hi, I want is there anyway to access proc, which define in other .exp , from current .exp file.........!!!!!

Actually I want to define all required proc's in one .exp file n then I call it from from my current file ... like in JAVA OO way..

Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 25 December 2007
Subjects to look at ... "source", "packages", "namespaces" and "Incr-Tcl"

Posted by bhavik (bhavik), 26 December 2007
thank you, actually i dont know tcl so i think , i need to get through some basic of tcl........  

Thank you very much,

Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 27 December 2007
on 12/26/07 at 05:16:26, bhavik wrote:
thank you, actually i dont know tcl so i think , i need to get through some basic of tcl........  


Ah - then you might to better to start here as a forum such as this is great for specific questions, but a very hard way to learn a whole language!

Posted by bhavik (bhavik), 27 December 2007

Ya u r right ..... it will difficult BUT U R THERE TO HELP US ..... javascript:wink()
Wink
i've just start learning expect(2 months back) n wrote a script  which will do simple , tedious , lengthy , completely boring javascript:huh()
Huh task perfectly..... javascript:grin()
Grin with rare mistake


Thanks to you as well for solving problems...... javascript:grin()
Grin

Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 27 December 2007
on 12/27/07 at 13:26:23, bhavik wrote:
Ya u r right ..... it will difficult BUT U R THERE TO HELP US .


Not really!   I am happy - very happy - to assist with specific questions on forums such as this - but I am certainly not here to teach you (or anyone else!) the whole of the Tcl language via a question and answer session - it's simply not the best way - very inefficient (so very wasteful of my time, which is limited) and very frustrating because I know there are better ways to learn the subject as a whole.

If you need to learn the whole subject, the best way to do it is through a course of some sort.  If you're not prepared to take my advise on that, but just pass it off as a joke, then I perhaps I shouldn't put any effort in to answering other questions you may have if you'll just pass them off as a joke ....



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