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reading a file

Posted by priyadharshini (priyadharshini), 31 July 2008
Hi,

  I wrote a tcl script to read file. This is the snitppet.

set in [open "opalIpTbl.txt" "r"]
seek $in 0 start
while { [gets $in line] != -1 } {
gets $in line
puts $line

  It doesn't read the first 3 lines. Whats the mistake in it?

Thank you,

Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 2 August 2008
You don't need to seek, but yiou do need a } on the end.  As to why these errors cause it to skip 3 lines, I don't know.



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