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Comments in Tcl

It's always a good idea to comment your programs. OK - I know you know that, but I find it's always a good idea to remind people too!

In Tcl, you add a comment starting with a # character and really what you're adding is a "do nothing" command .... in other words, the # must appear where a command would normally start (at the
beginning of a line, after a ; or after a { ) and the command will be terminated at the end of the line, but can be continued on to another line with a \

# comment \
puts hello
puts world

will just print out "world"! .....
(written 2005-06-16, updated 2008-06-05)

 
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  [4453] Tcl variable names - no real limits! - (2015-03-10)
  [4324] Learning to program - variables and constants - (2014-11-22)
  [3917] BODMAS - the order a computer evaluates arithmetic expressions - (2012-11-09)
  [2442] Variable storage - Perl, Tcl and Python compared - (2009-10-08)
  [1469] Curley brackets v double quotes - Tcl, Tk, Expect - (2007-12-12)
  [1426] Buffering up in Tcl - the empty coke can comparison - (2007-11-10)
  [1282] Stringing together Tcl scripts - (2007-07-29)
  [1136] Buffering output - why it is done and issues raised in Tcl, Perl, Python and PHP - (2007-04-06)
  [782] Converting between Hex and Decimal in Tcl - (2006-06-28)
  [362] The ireallyreallywanna operator - (2005-06-28)
  [328] Making programs easy for any user to start - (2005-05-29)
  [210] Joining lists in Tcl. Indirect variables in Tcl. - (2005-02-12)
  [3] Looking for a donkey - (2004-08-05)


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