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Tcl_CommandComplete(3)					      Tcl Library Procedures					    Tcl_CommandComplete(3)

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NAME
Tcl_CommandComplete - Check for unmatched braces in a Tcl command SYNOPSIS
#include <tcl.h> int Tcl_CommandComplete(cmd) ARGUMENTS
CONST char *cmd (in) Command string to test for completeness. _________________________________________________________________ DESCRIPTION
Tcl_CommandComplete takes a Tcl command string as argument and determines whether it contains one or more complete commands (i.e. there are no unclosed quotes, braces, brackets, or variable references). If the command string is complete then it returns 1; otherwise it returns 0. KEYWORDS
complete command, partial command Tcl Tcl_CommandComplete(3)

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Tcl_RecordAndEval(3)					      Tcl Library Procedures					      Tcl_RecordAndEval(3)

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NAME
Tcl_RecordAndEval - save command on history list before evaluating SYNOPSIS
#include <tcl.h> int Tcl_RecordAndEval(interp, cmd, flags) ARGUMENTS
Tcl_Interp *interp (in) Tcl interpreter in which to evaluate command. CONST char *cmd (in) Command (or sequence of commands) to execute. int flags (in) An OR'ed combination of flag bits. TCL_NO_EVAL means record the command but don't evaluate it. TCL_EVAL_GLOBAL means evaluate the command at global level instead of the current stack level. _________________________________________________________________ DESCRIPTION
Tcl_RecordAndEval is invoked to record a command as an event on the history list and then execute it using Tcl_Eval (or Tcl_GlobalEval if the TCL_EVAL_GLOBAL bit is set in flags). It returns a completion code such as TCL_OK just like Tcl_Eval and it leaves information in the interpreter's result. If you don't want the command recorded on the history list then you should invoke Tcl_Eval instead of Tcl_RecordAn- dEval. Normally Tcl_RecordAndEval is only called with top-level commands typed by the user, since the purpose of history is to allow the user to re-issue recently-invoked commands. If the flags argument contains the TCL_NO_EVAL bit then the command is recorded without being evaluated. Note that Tcl_RecordAndEval has been largely replaced by the object-based procedure Tcl_RecordAndEvalObj. That object-based procedure records and optionally executes a command held in a Tcl object instead of a string. SEE ALSO
Tcl_RecordAndEvalObj KEYWORDS
command, event, execute, history, interpreter, record Tcl 7.4 Tcl_RecordAndEval(3)
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