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[hidden email]: Feb 14 07:43AM -0800

On Sunday, 16 May 2004 02:01:56 UTC+5:30, sphongle wrote:
> ==============
> == sphongle ==
> ==============
 
i have a doubt- Please Clarify
Does NX support TCL/TK Commands ?
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Nicolas Robert <[hidden email]>: Feb 14 11:11AM -0800


> i have a doubt- Please Clarify
> Does NX support TCL/TK Commands ?
 
> Please Advice! if i am wrong
 
yes... Tcl for postbuilder (ISO cnc code) ...more
Aldo Buratti <[hidden email]>: Feb 13 02:22PM -0800

Probably it's a security issue.
 
You can try with these steps:
* locate the app in Find
* right-click and select 'Open'
Now the app is saved as an exception to your security settings, and you ...more
Torsten <[hidden email]>: Feb 14 10:31AM -0800

None of the hints helped. I solved the issue by updating to High Sierra.
 
There is also an issue with the 8.6.8 builds for Linux: They miss Xft, so most of the fonts are not available.
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Nikh <[hidden email]>: Feb 13 01:57PM -0800

I am using 4.1.27 (I think it also happens with 4.2.12 ) 64bit twapi to write some data to excel and It is generating excel fine. However, I see excel.exe running in TaskManager after the operation. ...more
Peter Dean <[hidden email]>: Feb 14 09:38AM +1000

On 14-Feb-18 7:57 AM, Nikh wrote:
> $workbooks -destroy
> $application -destroy
 
> unset application
 
I think it's still running because of #$application Quit (remove the #)
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Nikh <[hidden email]>: Feb 14 07:21AM -0800

On Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at 6:38:58 PM UTC-5, Peter Dean wrote:
 
 
> Excel SaveAs $workbook $xls
> Excel Quit $application
> Cawt Destroy
 
I had it with and without '$application Quit' ...more
[hidden email]: Feb 14 08:42AM -0800

On Wednesday, February 14, 2018 at 8:51:19 PM UTC+5:30, Nikh wrote:
> I had it with and without '$application Quit' command but same behavior. I was finally able to figure this out. ...more
Nikh <[hidden email]>: Feb 14 09:42AM -0800


> See http://www.magicsplat.com/book/com.html for more details if you haven't already.
 
> As an aside, note that CAWT is also layered on twapi but much easier to use to interface to the Office ...more
Alexandru <[hidden email]>: Feb 13 10:54PM -0800

Above statement seems to be true but unecpected to me. Why?
 
(bin) 5 % puts {[expr 1+1]}
[expr 1+1]
(bin) 6 % puts "{[expr 1+1]}"
{2}
 
Thanks.
Alexandru
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Harald Oehlmann <[hidden email]>: Feb 14 08:08AM +0100

Am 14.02.2018 um 07:54 schrieb Alexandru:
> {2}
 
> Thanks.
> Alexandru
 
Hello Alexandru,
 
In the first case, the curly braces (gelockten Klammern) are variable
separators.
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Alexandru <[hidden email]>: Feb 14 12:55AM -0800

Am Mittwoch, 14. Februar 2018 08:09:17 UTC+1 schrieb Harald Oehlmann:
 
> Does this makes sense ?
 
> Thank you,
> Harald
 
So the clou ist that curly braces need white spaces before and after... ...more
Cecil Westerhof <[hidden email]>: Feb 14 09:46AM +0100

> [expr 1+1]
> (bin) 6 % puts "{[expr 1+1]}"
> {2}
 
Because things between double quotes are evaluated. For example you
can do something like:
puts "There are ${count} entries"
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stefan <[hidden email]>: Feb 14 01:11AM -0800

> I can't imagine the reason for this rule, but it's enough as an explanation.
 
Double quotes take precedence over any other special-purpose characters. ...more
Rich <[hidden email]>: Feb 14 11:58AM


>> Thank you,
>> Harald
 
> So the clou ist that curly braces need white spaces before and after...
 
No, the requirement is stated in the "Tcl" manpage:
 
[6] Braces.
 
If the first ...more
Gerald Lester <[hidden email]>: Feb 14 07:21AM -0600

On 02/14/2018 02:55 AM, Alexandru wrote:
>> Harald
 
> So the clou ist that curly braces need white spaces before and after...
> Well, it's not making more sense than before since I can't imagine ...more
Uwe Schmitz <[hidden email]>: Feb 13 10:37PM +0100

Martyn,
 
I don't know if it has something to do with changes
in CentOS, but this rings some bell...
 
Some time ago I had the following constellation:
 
- Linux 64bit
- tcl8.5.x 32bit ...more
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