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printing current line number

Posted by arvindpal (arvindpal), 28 September 2006
How do I  puts current line number?
I could find 'info script' to get the script name.  I could not find command to get the line number.

 

Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 28 September 2006
info cmdcount

will tell you the number of commands you've interpretted, but there's nothing that I know of to tell you the line number.   That's quite logical, as proc commands store a procedure and the original file numbering is not retained at that point.

Posted by arvindpal (arvindpal), 29 September 2006
Thanks for your reply.

hmm.. In that case how does $LINENO work fine for shell script?




Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 29 September 2006
Because Shell script is a different language that keeps track of which line it's at.   There's a different "balance" between the languages - shell is a scripting tool in which you can define functions, but Tcl is a full procedure based language where named blocks of code that are stored are inherrently much more important.



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