Not TCI but TCL... It's another script language,
but it's not installed with Python. Here it
was just an example, so you don't need it for
the moment. If you are interested, go to
----- Original Message -----
From: Rich <donot at likespam.com>
Date: Wed, 27 Aug 2003 18:20:51 -0700
To: python-list at python.org
Subject: Re: learning to program
Re: I am going through one of the tutorials on the Python site and have
Re: ran into a problem.
Re: During the tutorial it talked about TCI, and gave some commands to do.
Re: I went to the site and downloaded TCI. but was unable to do any of
Re: the tasks.
Re: I think my question is, when the tutorial say the Dos prompt, do I use
Re: my Dos prompt in windows, or the Dos prompt in the Python program?
Re: I am using the Tutorial by Alan Gauld, and I am at the bottom of
Re: simple sequences (left side of page).
Re: On Wed, 27 Aug 2003 15:47:14 -0400, Peter Hansen <peter at engcorp.com>
Re: >Rich wrote:
Re: >> On Wed, 27 Aug 2003 14:07:31 -0400, Peter Hansen <peter at engcorp.com>
Re: >> wrote:
Re: >> >Rich wrote:
Re: >> >>
Re: >> >> This is the only post I am able to see, sorry about re posting. I
Re: >> >> thought if I changed the subject heading I might be able to see the
Re: >> >> post.
Re: >> >
Re: >> >You should be able to see the replies that you missed via Google Groups,
Re: >> >as soon as they are indexed and on the web:
Re: >> How long does it usually take to post on Google?
Re: >In my experience, usually quite a few hours (maybe four or more?). Right
Re: >now I can see posts there which I read only a short time before seeing
Re: >yours, so that estimate feels about right.
Re: >(By the way, it would be helpful if, when you quote material in a post
Re: >to which you're replying, if you used whitespace to separate your
Re: >own text from the quoted material. I almost didn't see your message
Re: >at all, thinking you'd accidentally posted an empty reply. Thanks. :-)
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