> On Mon, 26 Mar 2001, Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> > > See previous email. Seems it is my awk code that is the problem.
> > It seems odd that a Tcl program would have to use awk. Awk is one of the
> > more unportable tools in existance.
> Actually, Perl/Tk may have been a better language to code this in -- you
> essentially get all the features of awk (and sed and everything else you
> get with Perl) with the portability of Perl and the GUI of Tcl/Tk...
Yes, agreed, but I need easy to install stuff, and pgaccess already uses
tcl/tk. I have the nawk/gsub thing fixed. I just need to find the
other messed up part.
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