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TCL_ExistArray

Return %T if a tcl array exists

Syntax

OK=TCL_ExistArray(arrayname [,interp])

Arguments

arrayname

character string. Contains the name of the tcl/tk array.

interp

optional character string parameter. Name of the slave tcl interpreter in which the operation has to be performed. If not provided, it defaults to the main tcl interpreter created by Scilab.

ok

boolean. %T if arrayname exists.

Description

This routine allows to test if a tcl array exists.

More information about Tcl/Tk: http://www.tcl.tk/doc/

Examples

TCL_ExistVar("A")
a=["A","B","C";"D","E","F"];
TCL_SetVar("A",a)
TCL_ExistVar("A")
TCL_ExistArray("A")

See also

  • ScilabEval — tcl instruction : Evaluate a string with scilab interpreter
  • TCL_EvalFile — Reads and evaluate a tcl/tk file
  • TCL_EvalStr — Evaluate a string within the Tcl/Tk interpreter
  • TCL_GetVar — Get a tcl/tk variable value
  • TCL_SetVar — Set a tcl/tk variable value
  • TCL_UnsetVar — Remove a tcl variable
  • TCL_UpVar — Make a link from a tcl source variable to a tcl destination variable
  • TCL_CreateSlave — Create a TCL slave interpreter
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