From: Josh Vermaas (joshua.vermaas_at_gmail.com)
Date: Thu Apr 30 2020 - 07:50:12 CDT
For most lines, semicolons are not required, since Tcl isn't C. The two
exceptions that come up frequently are:
1. You want to put two Tcl commands on one line.
2. You want to put a comment after your command
What a semicolon means is that the line ends, which means that a semicolon
won't ever hurt at the end of the line, and there are instances where they
are required so the parser doesn't get confused.
On Wed, Apr 29, 2020 at 10:17 PM Oscar Bastidas <obastida_at_umn.edu> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> Could someone please tell me when in a *.conf file it is necessary to use
> a semicolon at the end of a statement/command? I've noticed that for some
> lines it's employed, but not on other lines and I can't seem to identify a
> pattern. Thanks.
> Oscar Bastidas, Ph.D.
> Postdoctoral Research Associate
> University of Minnesota
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