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Robert <[hidden email]>: Aug 07 06:19PM -0700

Is there a library out there for Tcl that makes it "easy" to do various ASCII plotting to the terminal?
 
Thanks,
 
Bob
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Arjen Markus <[hidden email]>: Aug 08 04:02AM -0700

On Tuesday, August 8, 2017 at 3:19:43 AM UTC+2, Robert wrote:
> Is there a library out there for Tcl that makes it "easy" to do various ASCII plotting to the terminal?
 
> Thanks,
 
> Bob
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Robert <[hidden email]>: Aug 08 05:34AM -0700

On Tuesday, August 8, 2017 at 7:02:39 AM UTC-4, Arjen Markus wrote:
 
> If that is what you want, you will have to have control over the screen, like with curses.
 
> Regards,
 
> Arjen
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Arjen Markus <[hidden email]>: Aug 08 06:25AM -0700

On Tuesday, August 8, 2017 at 2:34:22 PM UTC+2, Robert wrote:
 
> I am just thinking something really simple. I am mapping out the features I want and I will make an "asciiplot" package. ...more
"Donal K. Fellows" <[hidden email]>: Aug 08 08:47PM +0100

On 08/08/2017 02:19, Robert wrote:
> Is there a library out there for Tcl that makes it "easy" to do
> various ASCII plotting to the terminal?
 
The only times I've ever wanted that sort of thing, ...more
"Donal K. Fellows" <[hidden email]>: Aug 08 08:44PM +0100

On 07/08/2017 16:15, rene wrote:
> why is in tcl8.6.5 "?" a valid array name but $?(..) doesn't work?
 
Because the brace-free form of $ doesn't syntactically support “?” (or ...more
Gerald Lester <[hidden email]>: Aug 07 06:57PM -0500

On 08/07/2017 12:17 PM, EL wrote:
> sha512 or higher.
 
> Is there still a possibility to do that in Tcl, apart from [exec]'ing
> openssl?
 
Of course, just code in the algorithm.
 
 
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EL <[hidden email]>: Aug 08 07:30AM +0200


>> Is there still a possibility to do that in Tcl, apart from [exec]'ing
>> openssl?
 
> Of course, just code in the algorithm.
 
I am not that much experienced with developing secure hashing ...more
stefan <[hidden email]>: Aug 08 02:32AM -0700

NaviServer has a Tcl binding to this portion of the OpenSSL API & friends:
 
see NsTclCryptoHmacObjCmd in ...more
EL <[hidden email]>: Aug 08 08:58PM +0200

Am 08.08.17 um 11:32 schrieb stefan:
> NaviServer has a Tcl binding to this portion of the OpenSSL API & friends:
 
> see NsTclCryptoHmacObjCmd in ...more
Arjen Markus <[hidden email]>: Aug 08 12:41AM -0700

Hello,
 
I was contemplating an addition to the online Tcl tutorial about regular expressions and came up with the following idea: find literal numbers in text and group the digits. ...more
Rich <[hidden email]>: Aug 08 10:37AM

> "1000000" -> "1,000,000".
 
> I could not think of a regular expression to do that. Maybe I am
> overlooking an obvious solution, but does anybody have an idea?
 
You might try this Wiki page: ...more
Arjen Markus <[hidden email]>: Aug 08 03:53AM -0700

On Tuesday, August 8, 2017 at 12:41:47 PM UTC+2, Rich wrote:
 
 
> You might try this Wiki page: http://wiki.tcl-lang.org/5000
 
Ah, thanks, I realised that it required some advanced feature but I ...more
stefan <[hidden email]>: Aug 08 04:13AM -0700

FWIW, this is what I came up with:
 
join [regexp -inline -all {\d{1,3}(?=(\d{3})*$)} {1000000000}] ,
 
Figured this is just a variant from the one solution archived at the above Wiki page.
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Arjen Markus <[hidden email]>: Aug 08 04:32AM -0700

On Tuesday, August 8, 2017 at 1:13:46 PM UTC+2, stefan wrote:
 
> join [regexp -inline -all {\d{1,3}(?=(\d{3})*$)} {1000000000}] ,
 
> Figured this is just a variant from the one solution archived ...more
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