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Rebase back to 8.7 (core-8-branch), since that's what the TIP is meant for. (I see no reason to wait... check-in: ffdb1ca7f8 user: jan.nijtmans tags: no-wideint
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README:  Tcl
    This is the Tcl 8.7a2 source distribution.
	http://sourceforge.net/projects/tcl/files/Tcl/
    You can get any source release of Tcl from the URL above.

Contents
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    1. Introduction
    2. Documentation

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README:  Tcl
    This is the Tcl 9.0a0 source distribution.
	http://sourceforge.net/projects/tcl/files/Tcl/
    You can get any source release of Tcl from the URL above.

Contents
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    1. Introduction
    2. Documentation

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.QW \fB0d\fR
then \fIsrc\fR is expected to be in decimal form; otherwise,
if the first such characters are
.QW \fB0o\fR
then \fIsrc\fR is expected to be in octal form;  otherwise,
if the first such characters are
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if the first such character is
.QW \fB0\fR
then \fIsrc\fR
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is expected to be in decimal form.
.PP
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number, which is:  white space;  a sign; a sequence of digits;  a
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then \fIsrc\fR
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number, which is:  white space;  a sign; a sequence of digits;  a
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structure.  Callers of \fBTcl_CreateInterp\fR should use this pointer
as an opaque token, suitable for nothing other than passing back to
other routines in the Tcl interface.  Accessing fields directly through
the pointer as described below is no longer supported.  The supported
public routines \fBTcl_SetResult\fR, \fBTcl_GetResult\fR,
\fBTcl_SetErrorLine\fR, \fBTcl_GetErrorLine\fR must be used instead.
.PP
For legacy programs and extensions no longer being maintained, compiles
against the Tcl 8.6 header files are only possible with the compiler
directives
.CS
#define USE_INTERP_RESULT
.CE
and/or
.CS
#define USE_INTERP_ERRORLINE
.CE
depending on which fields of the \fBTcl_Interp\fR struct are accessed.
These directives may be embedded in code or supplied via compiler options.
.PP
The \fIresult\fR and \fIfreeProc\fR fields are used to return
results or error messages from commands.
This information is returned by command procedures back to \fBTcl_Eval\fR,
and by \fBTcl_Eval\fR back to its callers.
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result or error message, and the \fIfreeProc\fR field tells how
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structure.  Callers of \fBTcl_CreateInterp\fR should use this pointer
as an opaque token, suitable for nothing other than passing back to
other routines in the Tcl interface.  Accessing fields directly through
the pointer as described below is no longer supported.  The supported
public routines \fBTcl_SetResult\fR, \fBTcl_GetResult\fR,
\fBTcl_SetErrorLine\fR, \fBTcl_GetErrorLine\fR must be used instead.
.PP













The \fIresult\fR and \fIfreeProc\fR fields are used to return
results or error messages from commands.
This information is returned by command procedures back to \fBTcl_Eval\fR,
and by \fBTcl_Eval\fR back to its callers.
The \fIresult\fR field points to the string that represents the
result or error message, and the \fIfreeProc\fR field tells how
to dispose of the storage for the string when it is not needed anymore.

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value may then be passed back to one of \fBTcl_RestoreInterpState\fR
or \fBTcl_DiscardInterpState\fR, depending on whether the interp
state is to be restored.  So long as one of the latter two routines
is called, Tcl will take care of memory management.
.PP
The second triplet stores the snapshot of only the interpreter
result (not its complete state) in memory allocated by the caller.
These routines are passed a pointer to a \fBTcl_SavedResult\fR structure
that is used to store enough information to restore the interpreter result.
This structure can be allocated on the stack of the calling
procedure.  These routines do not save the state of any error
information in the interpreter (e.g. the \fB\-errorcode\fR or
\fB\-errorinfo\fR return options, when an error is in progress).
.PP
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\fBTcl_RestoreInterpState\fR, and \fBTcl_DiscardInterpState\fR perform
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or \fBTcl_DiscardInterpState\fR, depending on whether the interp
state is to be restored.  So long as one of the latter two routines
is called, Tcl will take care of memory management.
.PP
The second triplet stores the snapshot of only the interpreter
result (not its complete state) in memory allocated by the caller.
These routines are passed a pointer to \fBTcl_SavedResult\fR
that is used to store enough information to restore the interpreter result.
\fBTcl_SavedResult\fR can be allocated on the stack of the calling
procedure.  These routines do not save the state of any error
information in the interpreter (e.g. the \fB\-errorcode\fR or
\fB\-errorinfo\fR return options, when an error is in progress).
.PP
Because the routines \fBTcl_SaveInterpState\fR,
\fBTcl_RestoreInterpState\fR, and \fBTcl_DiscardInterpState\fR perform
a superset of the functions provided by the other routines,

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\fBTcl_FreeResult\fR performs part of the work
of \fBTcl_ResetResult\fR.
It frees up the memory associated with \fIinterp\fR's result.
It also sets \fIinterp->freeProc\fR to zero, but does not
change \fIinterp->result\fR or clear error state.
\fBTcl_FreeResult\fR is most commonly used when a procedure
is about to replace one result value with another.
.SS "DIRECT ACCESS TO INTERP->RESULT"
.PP
It used to be legal for programs to
directly read and write \fIinterp->result\fR
to manipulate the interpreter result.  The Tcl headers no longer
permit this access by default, and C code still doing this must
be updated to use supported routines \fBTcl_GetObjResult\fR,
\fBTcl_GetStringResult\fR, \fBTcl_SetObjResult\fR, and \fBTcl_SetResult\fR.
As a migration aid, access can be restored with the compiler directive
.CS
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.CE
but this is meant only to offer life support to otherwise dead code.
.SH "THE TCL_FREEPROC ARGUMENT TO TCL_SETRESULT"
.PP
\fBTcl_SetResult\fR's \fIfreeProc\fR argument specifies how
the Tcl system is to manage the storage for the \fIresult\fR argument.
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It also sets \fIinterp->freeProc\fR to zero, but does not
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.SH "THE TCL_FREEPROC ARGUMENT TO TCL_SETRESULT"
.PP
\fBTcl_SetResult\fR's \fIfreeProc\fR argument specifies how
the Tcl system is to manage the storage for the \fIresult\fR argument.
If \fBTcl_SetResult\fR or \fBTcl_SetObjResult\fR are called
at a time when \fIinterp\fR holds a string result,
they do whatever is necessary to dispose of the old string result

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An expression consists of a combination of operands, operators, parentheses and
commas, possibly with whitespace between any of these elements, which is
ignored.
An integer operand may be specified in decimal (the normal case, the optional
first two characters are \fB0d\fR), binary
(the first two characters are \fB0b\fR), octal
(the first two characters are \fB0o\fR), or hexadecimal
(the first two characters are \fB0x\fR) form.  For
compatibility with older Tcl releases, an operand that begins with \fB0\fR is
interpreted as an octal integer even if the second character is not \fBo\fR.
A floating-point number may be specified in any of several
common decimal formats, and may use the decimal point \fB.\fR,
\fBe\fR or \fBE\fR for scientific notation, and
the sign characters \fB+\fR and \fB\-\fR.  The
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first two characters are \fB0d\fR), binary
(the first two characters are \fB0b\fR), octal
(the first two characters are \fB0o\fR), or hexadecimal
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A floating-point number may be specified in any of several
common decimal formats, and may use the decimal point \fB.\fR,
\fBe\fR or \fBE\fR for scientific notation, and
the sign characters \fB+\fR and \fB\-\fR.  The
following are all valid floating-point numbers:  2.1, 3., 6e4, 7.91e+16.
The strings \fBInf\fR
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hexadecimal conversions with substring sizes:
.PP
.CS
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\fBscan\fR $string "#%2x%2x%2x" r g b
.CE
.PP
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octal numbers by forcing interpretation as decimals (if we did not
care, we would use the \fB%i\fR conversion instead):
.PP
.CS
set string "08:08"   ;# *Not* octal!
if {[\fBscan\fR $string "%d:%d" hours minutes] != 2} {
    error "not a valid time string"
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    error "not a valid time string"
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 * unix/tcl.spec	(1 LOC patch)
 * tools/tcl.hpj.in	(not patchlevel, for windows installer)
 */

#define TCL_MAJOR_VERSION   8
#define TCL_MINOR_VERSION   7
#define TCL_RELEASE_LEVEL   TCL_ALPHA_RELEASE
#define TCL_RELEASE_SERIAL  2

#define TCL_VERSION	    "8.7"
#define TCL_PATCH_LEVEL	    "8.7a2"
 
#if !defined(TCL_NO_DEPRECATED) || defined(RC_INVOKED)
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 * The following definitions set up the proper options for Windows compilers.
 * We use this method because there is no autoconf equivalent.
 */
................................................................................
 * "real" definition in tclInt.h.
 *
 * Note: Tcl_ObjCmdProc functions do not directly set result and freeProc.
 * Instead, they set a Tcl_Obj member in the "real" structure that can be
 * accessed with Tcl_GetObjResult() and Tcl_SetObjResult().
 */

typedef struct Tcl_Interp
#ifndef TCL_NO_DEPRECATED
{
    /* TIP #330: Strongly discourage extensions from using the string
     * result. */
#ifdef USE_INTERP_RESULT
    char *result TCL_DEPRECATED_API("use Tcl_GetStringResult/Tcl_SetResult");
				/* If the last command returned a string
				 * result, this points to it. */
    void (*freeProc) (char *blockPtr)
	    TCL_DEPRECATED_API("use Tcl_GetStringResult/Tcl_SetResult");
				/* Zero means the string result is statically
				 * allocated. TCL_DYNAMIC means it was
				 * allocated with ckalloc and should be freed
				 * with ckfree. Other values give the address
				 * of function to invoke to free the result.
				 * Tcl_Eval must free it before executing next
				 * command. */
#else
    char *resultDontUse; /* Don't use in extensions! */
    void (*freeProcDontUse) (char *); /* Don't use in extensions! */
#endif
#ifdef USE_INTERP_ERRORLINE
    int errorLine TCL_DEPRECATED_API("use Tcl_GetErrorLine/Tcl_SetErrorLine");
				/* When TCL_ERROR is returned, this gives the
				 * line number within the command where the
				 * error occurred (1 if first line). */
#else
    int errorLineDontUse; /* Don't use in extensions! */
#endif
}
#endif /* !TCL_NO_DEPRECATED */
Tcl_Interp;

typedef struct Tcl_AsyncHandler_ *Tcl_AsyncHandler;
typedef struct Tcl_Channel_ *Tcl_Channel;
typedef struct Tcl_ChannelTypeVersion_ *Tcl_ChannelTypeVersion;
typedef struct Tcl_Command_ *Tcl_Command;
typedef struct Tcl_Condition_ *Tcl_Condition;
typedef struct Tcl_Dict_ *Tcl_Dict;
................................................................................

#define TCL_OK			0
#define TCL_ERROR		1
#define TCL_RETURN		2
#define TCL_BREAK		3
#define TCL_CONTINUE		4

#define TCL_RESULT_SIZE		200

/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 * Flags to control what substitutions are performed by Tcl_SubstObj():
 */

#define TCL_SUBST_COMMANDS	001
#define TCL_SUBST_VARIABLES	002
................................................................................

void		Tcl_IncrRefCount(Tcl_Obj *objPtr);
void		Tcl_DecrRefCount(Tcl_Obj *objPtr);
int		Tcl_IsShared(Tcl_Obj *objPtr);
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 * The following structure contains the state needed by Tcl_SaveResult. No-one
 * outside of Tcl should access any of these fields. This structure is
 * typically allocated on the stack.
 */

typedef struct Tcl_SavedResult {
    char *result;
    Tcl_FreeProc *freeProc;
    Tcl_Obj *objResultPtr;
    char *appendResult;
    int appendAvl;
    int appendUsed;
    char resultSpace[TCL_RESULT_SIZE+1];
} Tcl_SavedResult;

/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 * The following definitions support Tcl's namespace facility. Note: the first
 * five fields must match exactly the fields in a Namespace structure (see
 * tclInt.h).
 */
................................................................................
 * dictionaries. These fields should not be accessed by code outside
 * tclDictObj.c
 */

typedef struct {
    void *next;			/* Search position for underlying hash
				 * table. */
    int epoch;			/* Epoch marker for dictionary being searched,
				 * or -1 if search has terminated. */
    Tcl_Dict dictionaryPtr;	/* Reference to dictionary being searched. */
} Tcl_DictSearch;
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 * Flag values to pass to Tcl_DoOneEvent to disable searches for some kinds of
 * events:
................................................................................

const char *		Tcl_InitStubs(Tcl_Interp *interp, const char *version,
			    int exact, int magic);
const char *		TclTomMathInitializeStubs(Tcl_Interp *interp,
			    const char *version, int epoch, int revision);

#ifdef USE_TCL_STUBS

#define Tcl_InitStubs(interp, version, exact) \
    (Tcl_InitStubs)(interp, version, \
	    (exact)|(TCL_MAJOR_VERSION<<8)|(TCL_MINOR_VERSION<<16), \
	    TCL_STUB_MAGIC)
#else
#define Tcl_InitStubs(interp, version, exact) \







    Tcl_PkgInitStubsCheck(interp, version, \
	    (exact)|(TCL_MAJOR_VERSION<<8)|(TCL_MINOR_VERSION<<16))





#endif

/*
 * Public functions that are not accessible via the stubs table.
 * Tcl_GetMemoryInfo is needed for AOLserver. [Bug 1868171]
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 * unix/tcl.spec	(1 LOC patch)
 * tools/tcl.hpj.in	(not patchlevel, for windows installer)
 */

#define TCL_MAJOR_VERSION   9
#define TCL_MINOR_VERSION   0
#define TCL_RELEASE_LEVEL   TCL_ALPHA_RELEASE
#define TCL_RELEASE_SERIAL  0

#define TCL_VERSION	    "9.0"
#define TCL_PATCH_LEVEL	    "9.0a0"
 
#if !defined(TCL_NO_DEPRECATED) || defined(RC_INVOKED)
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 * The following definitions set up the proper options for Windows compilers.
 * We use this method because there is no autoconf equivalent.
 */
................................................................................
 * "real" definition in tclInt.h.
 *
 * Note: Tcl_ObjCmdProc functions do not directly set result and freeProc.
 * Instead, they set a Tcl_Obj member in the "real" structure that can be
 * accessed with Tcl_GetObjResult() and Tcl_SetObjResult().
 */

typedef struct Tcl_Interp Tcl_Interp;

































typedef struct Tcl_AsyncHandler_ *Tcl_AsyncHandler;
typedef struct Tcl_Channel_ *Tcl_Channel;
typedef struct Tcl_ChannelTypeVersion_ *Tcl_ChannelTypeVersion;
typedef struct Tcl_Command_ *Tcl_Command;
typedef struct Tcl_Condition_ *Tcl_Condition;
typedef struct Tcl_Dict_ *Tcl_Dict;
................................................................................

#define TCL_OK			0
#define TCL_ERROR		1
#define TCL_RETURN		2
#define TCL_BREAK		3
#define TCL_CONTINUE		4



/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 * Flags to control what substitutions are performed by Tcl_SubstObj():
 */

#define TCL_SUBST_COMMANDS	001
#define TCL_SUBST_VARIABLES	002
................................................................................

void		Tcl_IncrRefCount(Tcl_Obj *objPtr);
void		Tcl_DecrRefCount(Tcl_Obj *objPtr);
int		Tcl_IsShared(Tcl_Obj *objPtr);
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 * The following type contains the state needed by Tcl_SaveResult. It

 * is typically allocated on the stack.
 */









typedef Tcl_Obj *Tcl_SavedResult;

/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 * The following definitions support Tcl's namespace facility. Note: the first
 * five fields must match exactly the fields in a Namespace structure (see
 * tclInt.h).
 */
................................................................................
 * dictionaries. These fields should not be accessed by code outside
 * tclDictObj.c
 */

typedef struct {
    void *next;			/* Search position for underlying hash
				 * table. */
    unsigned int epoch; 	/* Epoch marker for dictionary being searched,
				 * or 0 if search has terminated. */
    Tcl_Dict dictionaryPtr;	/* Reference to dictionary being searched. */
} Tcl_DictSearch;
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 * Flag values to pass to Tcl_DoOneEvent to disable searches for some kinds of
 * events:
................................................................................

const char *		Tcl_InitStubs(Tcl_Interp *interp, const char *version,
			    int exact, int magic);
const char *		TclTomMathInitializeStubs(Tcl_Interp *interp,
			    const char *version, int epoch, int revision);

#ifdef USE_TCL_STUBS
#if TCL_RELEASE_LEVEL == TCL_FINAL_RELEASE
#   define Tcl_InitStubs(interp, version, exact) \
	(Tcl_InitStubs)(interp, version, \
	    (exact)|(TCL_MAJOR_VERSION<<8)|(TCL_MINOR_VERSION<<16), \
	    TCL_STUB_MAGIC)
#else
#   define Tcl_InitStubs(interp, version, exact) \
	(Tcl_InitStubs)(interp, TCL_PATCH_LEVEL, \
	    1|(TCL_MAJOR_VERSION<<8)|(TCL_MINOR_VERSION<<16), \
	    TCL_STUB_MAGIC)
#endif
#else
#if TCL_RELEASE_LEVEL == TCL_FINAL_RELEASE
#   define Tcl_InitStubs(interp, version, exact) \
	Tcl_PkgInitStubsCheck(interp, version, \
		(exact)|(TCL_MAJOR_VERSION<<8)|(TCL_MINOR_VERSION<<16))
#else
#   define Tcl_InitStubs(interp, version, exact) \
	Tcl_PkgInitStubsCheck(interp, TCL_PATCH_LEVEL, \
		1|(TCL_MAJOR_VERSION<<8)|(TCL_MINOR_VERSION<<16))
#endif
#endif

/*
 * Public functions that are not accessible via the stubs table.
 * Tcl_GetMemoryInfo is needed for AOLserver. [Bug 1868171]
 */

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     * (whose name is ""; an alias is "::"). This also initializes the Tcl
     * object type table and other object management code.
     */

    iPtr = ckalloc(sizeof(Interp));
    interp = (Tcl_Interp *) iPtr;

#ifdef TCL_NO_DEPRECATED
    iPtr->result = &tclEmptyString;
#else
    iPtr->result = iPtr->resultSpace;
#endif
    iPtr->freeProc = NULL;
    iPtr->errorLine = 0;

    iPtr->objResultPtr = Tcl_NewObj();
    Tcl_IncrRefCount(iPtr->objResultPtr);
    iPtr->handle = TclHandleCreate(iPtr);
    iPtr->globalNsPtr = NULL;
    iPtr->hiddenCmdTablePtr = NULL;
    iPtr->interpInfo = NULL;

................................................................................
    Tcl_IncrRefCount(iPtr->ecVar);
    iPtr->returnLevel = 1;
    iPtr->returnCode = TCL_OK;

    iPtr->rootFramePtr = NULL;	/* Initialise as soon as :: is available */
    iPtr->lookupNsPtr = NULL;

#ifndef TCL_NO_DEPRECATED
    iPtr->appendResult = NULL;
    iPtr->appendAvl = 0;
    iPtr->appendUsed = 0;
#endif

    Tcl_InitHashTable(&iPtr->packageTable, TCL_STRING_KEYS);
    iPtr->packageUnknown = NULL;

    /* TIP #268 */
#if (TCL_RELEASE_LEVEL == TCL_FINAL_RELEASE)
    if (getenv("TCL_PKG_PREFER_LATEST") == NULL) {
	iPtr->packagePrefer = PKG_PREFER_STABLE;
................................................................................
    iPtr->activeCmdTracePtr = NULL;
    iPtr->activeInterpTracePtr = NULL;
    iPtr->assocData = NULL;
    iPtr->execEnvPtr = NULL;	/* Set after namespaces initialized. */
    iPtr->emptyObjPtr = Tcl_NewObj();
				/* Another empty object. */
    Tcl_IncrRefCount(iPtr->emptyObjPtr);
#ifndef TCL_NO_DEPRECATED
    iPtr->resultSpace[0] = 0;
#endif
    iPtr->threadId = Tcl_GetCurrentThread();

    /* TIP #378 */
#ifdef TCL_INTERP_DEBUG_FRAME
    iPtr->flags |= INTERP_DEBUG_FRAME;
#else
    if (getenv("TCL_INTERP_DEBUG_FRAME") != NULL) {
................................................................................

    statsPtr->numLiteralsCreated = 0;
    statsPtr->totalLitStringBytes = 0.0;
    statsPtr->currentLitStringBytes = 0.0;
    memset(statsPtr->literalCount, 0, sizeof(statsPtr->literalCount));
#endif /* TCL_COMPILE_STATS */

    /*
     * Initialise the stub table pointer.
     */

    iPtr->stubTable = &tclStubs;

    /*
     * Initialize the ensemble error message rewriting support.
     */

    TclResetRewriteEnsemble(interp, 1);

    /*
................................................................................

    /*
     * Free up the result *after* deleting variables, since variable deletion
     * could have transferred ownership of the result string to Tcl.
     */

    Tcl_FreeResult(interp);
    iPtr->result = NULL;
    Tcl_DecrRefCount(iPtr->objResultPtr);
    iPtr->objResultPtr = NULL;
    Tcl_DecrRefCount(iPtr->ecVar);
    if (iPtr->errorCode) {
	Tcl_DecrRefCount(iPtr->errorCode);
	iPtr->errorCode = NULL;
    }
................................................................................
    Tcl_DecrRefCount(iPtr->upLiteral);
    Tcl_DecrRefCount(iPtr->callLiteral);
    Tcl_DecrRefCount(iPtr->innerLiteral);
    Tcl_DecrRefCount(iPtr->innerContext);
    if (iPtr->returnOpts) {
	Tcl_DecrRefCount(iPtr->returnOpts);
    }
#ifndef TCL_NO_DEPRECATED
    if (iPtr->appendResult != NULL) {
	ckfree(iPtr->appendResult);
	iPtr->appendResult = NULL;
    }
#endif
    TclFreePackageInfo(iPtr);
    while (iPtr->tracePtr != NULL) {
	Tcl_DeleteTrace((Tcl_Interp *) iPtr, (Tcl_Trace) iPtr->tracePtr);
    }
    if (iPtr->execEnvPtr != NULL) {
	TclDeleteExecEnv(iPtr->execEnvPtr);
    }
................................................................................
 *	"Wrapper" Tcl_CmdProc used to call an existing object-based
 *	Tcl_ObjCmdProc if no string-based function exists for a command. A
 *	pointer to this function is stored as the Tcl_CmdProc in a Command
 *	structure. It simply turns around and calls the object Tcl_ObjCmdProc
 *	in the Command structure.
 *
 * Results:
 *	A standard Tcl string result value.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	Besides those side effects of the called Tcl_ObjCmdProc,
 *	TclInvokeObjectCommand allocates and frees storage.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */
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    if (cmdPtr->objProc != NULL) {
	result = cmdPtr->objProc(cmdPtr->objClientData, interp, argc, objv);
    } else {
	result = Tcl_NRCallObjProc(interp, cmdPtr->nreProc,
		cmdPtr->objClientData, argc, objv);
    }

    /*
     * Move the interpreter's object result to the string result, then reset
     * the object result.
     */

    (void) Tcl_GetStringResult(interp);

    /*
     * Decrement the ref counts for the argument objects created above, then
     * free the objv array if malloc'ed storage was used.
     */

    for (i = 0; i < argc; i++) {
	objPtr = objv[i];
................................................................................
	    /*
	     * We have a non-numeric argument.
	     */

	    Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, Tcl_NewStringObj(
		    "argument to math function didn't have numeric value",
		    -1));
	    TclCheckBadOctal(interp, TclGetString(valuePtr));
	    ckfree(args);
	    return TCL_ERROR;
	}

	/*
	 * Copy the object's numeric value to the argument record, converting
	 * it if necessary.
................................................................................
 *	it was not deleted and if the nesting level is not too high.
 *
 * Results:
 *	The return value is TCL_OK if it the interpreter is ready, TCL_ERROR
 *	otherwise.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	The interpreters object and string results are cleared.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

int
TclInterpReady(
    Tcl_Interp *interp)
{
    register Interp *iPtr = (Interp *) interp;

    /*
     * Reset both the interpreter's string and object results and clear out
     * any previous error information.
     */

    Tcl_ResetResult(interp);

    /*
     * If the interpreter has been deleted, return an error.
     */
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TclNRRunCallbacks(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,
    int result,
    struct NRE_callback *rootPtr)
				/* All callbacks down to rootPtr not inclusive
				 * are to be run. */
{
    Interp *iPtr = (Interp *) interp;
    NRE_callback *callbackPtr;
    Tcl_NRPostProc *procPtr;

    /*
     * If the interpreter has a non-empty string result, the result object is
     * either empty or stale because some function set interp->result
     * directly. If so, move the string result to the result object, then
     * reset the string result.
     *
     * This only needs to be done for the first item in the list: all other
     * are for NR function calls, and those are Tcl_Obj based.
     */

    if (*(iPtr->result) != 0) {
	(void) Tcl_GetObjResult(interp);
    }

    while (TOP_CB(interp) != rootPtr) {
	callbackPtr = TOP_CB(interp);
	procPtr = callbackPtr->procPtr;
	TOP_CB(interp) = callbackPtr->nextPtr;
	result = procPtr(callbackPtr->data, interp, result);
	TCLNR_FREE(interp, callbackPtr);
    }
................................................................................
#undef Tcl_Eval
int
Tcl_Eval(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Token for command interpreter (returned by
				 * previous call to Tcl_CreateInterp). */
    const char *script)		/* Pointer to TCL command to execute. */
{
    int code = Tcl_EvalEx(interp, script, -1, 0);

    /*
     * For backwards compatibility with old C code that predates the object
     * system in Tcl 8.0, we have to mirror the object result back into the
     * string result (some callers may expect it there).
     */

    (void) Tcl_GetStringResult(interp);
    return code;
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_EvalObj, Tcl_GlobalEvalObj --
 *
................................................................................

	*ptr = 0;
    } else {
	exprPtr = Tcl_NewStringObj(exprstring, -1);
	Tcl_IncrRefCount(exprPtr);
	result = Tcl_ExprLongObj(interp, exprPtr, ptr);
	Tcl_DecrRefCount(exprPtr);
	if (result != TCL_OK) {
	    (void) Tcl_GetStringResult(interp);
	}
    }
    return result;
}

int
Tcl_ExprDouble(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Context in which to evaluate the
................................................................................
	*ptr = 0.0;
    } else {
	exprPtr = Tcl_NewStringObj(exprstring, -1);
	Tcl_IncrRefCount(exprPtr);
	result = Tcl_ExprDoubleObj(interp, exprPtr, ptr);
	Tcl_DecrRefCount(exprPtr);
				/* Discard the expression object. */
	if (result != TCL_OK) {
	    (void) Tcl_GetStringResult(interp);
	}
    }
    return result;
}

int
Tcl_ExprBoolean(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Context in which to evaluate the
................................................................................
    } else {
	int result;
	Tcl_Obj *exprPtr = Tcl_NewStringObj(exprstring, -1);

	Tcl_IncrRefCount(exprPtr);
	result = Tcl_ExprBooleanObj(interp, exprPtr, ptr);
	Tcl_DecrRefCount(exprPtr);
	if (result != TCL_OK) {
	    /*
	     * Move the interpreter's object result to the string result, then
	     * reset the object result.
	     */

	    (void) Tcl_GetStringResult(interp);
	}
	return result;
    }
}
 
/*
 *--------------------------------------------------------------
 *
................................................................................
	code = Tcl_ExprObj(interp, exprObj, &resultPtr);
	Tcl_DecrRefCount(exprObj);
	if (code == TCL_OK) {
	    Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, resultPtr);
	    Tcl_DecrRefCount(resultPtr);
	}
    }

    /*
     * Force the string rep of the interp result.
     */

    (void) Tcl_GetStringResult(interp);
    return code;
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_AppendObjToErrorInfo --
................................................................................
    /*
     * If we are just starting to log an error, errorInfo is initialized from
     * the error message in the interpreter's result.
     */

    iPtr->flags |= ERR_LEGACY_COPY;
    if (iPtr->errorInfo == NULL) {
	if (iPtr->result[0] != 0) {
	    /*
	     * The interp's string result is set, apparently by some extension
	     * making a deprecated direct write to it. That extension may
	     * expect interp->result to continue to be set, so we'll take
	     * special pains to avoid clearing it, until we drop support for
	     * interp->result completely.
	     */

	    iPtr->errorInfo = Tcl_NewStringObj(iPtr->result, -1);
	} else {
	    iPtr->errorInfo = iPtr->objResultPtr;
	}
	Tcl_IncrRefCount(iPtr->errorInfo);
	if (!iPtr->errorCode) {
	    Tcl_SetErrorCode(interp, "NONE", NULL);
	}
    }

    /*
................................................................................
 * Tcl_VarEval --
 *
 *	Given a variable number of string arguments, concatenate them all
 *	together and execute the result as a Tcl command.
 *
 * Results:
 *	A standard Tcl return result. An error message or other result may be
 *	left in interp->result.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	Depends on what was done by the command.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */
	/* ARGSUSED */







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     * object type table and other object management code.
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    iPtr = ckalloc(sizeof(Interp));
    interp = (Tcl_Interp *) iPtr;

    iPtr->legacyResult = NULL;
    /* Special invalid value: Any attempt to free the legacy result
     * will cause a crash. */
    iPtr->legacyFreeProc = (void (*) (void))-1;


    iPtr->errorLine = 0;
    iPtr->stubTable = &tclStubs;
    iPtr->objResultPtr = Tcl_NewObj();
    Tcl_IncrRefCount(iPtr->objResultPtr);
    iPtr->handle = TclHandleCreate(iPtr);
    iPtr->globalNsPtr = NULL;
    iPtr->hiddenCmdTablePtr = NULL;
    iPtr->interpInfo = NULL;

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    Tcl_IncrRefCount(iPtr->ecVar);
    iPtr->returnLevel = 1;
    iPtr->returnCode = TCL_OK;

    iPtr->rootFramePtr = NULL;	/* Initialise as soon as :: is available */
    iPtr->lookupNsPtr = NULL;







    Tcl_InitHashTable(&iPtr->packageTable, TCL_STRING_KEYS);
    iPtr->packageUnknown = NULL;

    /* TIP #268 */
#if (TCL_RELEASE_LEVEL == TCL_FINAL_RELEASE)
    if (getenv("TCL_PKG_PREFER_LATEST") == NULL) {
	iPtr->packagePrefer = PKG_PREFER_STABLE;
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    iPtr->activeCmdTracePtr = NULL;
    iPtr->activeInterpTracePtr = NULL;
    iPtr->assocData = NULL;
    iPtr->execEnvPtr = NULL;	/* Set after namespaces initialized. */
    iPtr->emptyObjPtr = Tcl_NewObj();
				/* Another empty object. */
    Tcl_IncrRefCount(iPtr->emptyObjPtr);



    iPtr->threadId = Tcl_GetCurrentThread();

    /* TIP #378 */
#ifdef TCL_INTERP_DEBUG_FRAME
    iPtr->flags |= INTERP_DEBUG_FRAME;
#else
    if (getenv("TCL_INTERP_DEBUG_FRAME") != NULL) {
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    statsPtr->numLiteralsCreated = 0;
    statsPtr->totalLitStringBytes = 0.0;
    statsPtr->currentLitStringBytes = 0.0;
    memset(statsPtr->literalCount, 0, sizeof(statsPtr->literalCount));
#endif /* TCL_COMPILE_STATS */







    /*
     * Initialize the ensemble error message rewriting support.
     */

    TclResetRewriteEnsemble(interp, 1);

    /*
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    /*
     * Free up the result *after* deleting variables, since variable deletion
     * could have transferred ownership of the result string to Tcl.
     */

    Tcl_FreeResult(interp);

    Tcl_DecrRefCount(iPtr->objResultPtr);
    iPtr->objResultPtr = NULL;
    Tcl_DecrRefCount(iPtr->ecVar);
    if (iPtr->errorCode) {
	Tcl_DecrRefCount(iPtr->errorCode);
	iPtr->errorCode = NULL;
    }
................................................................................
    Tcl_DecrRefCount(iPtr->upLiteral);
    Tcl_DecrRefCount(iPtr->callLiteral);
    Tcl_DecrRefCount(iPtr->innerLiteral);
    Tcl_DecrRefCount(iPtr->innerContext);
    if (iPtr->returnOpts) {
	Tcl_DecrRefCount(iPtr->returnOpts);
    }






    TclFreePackageInfo(iPtr);
    while (iPtr->tracePtr != NULL) {
	Tcl_DeleteTrace((Tcl_Interp *) iPtr, (Tcl_Trace) iPtr->tracePtr);
    }
    if (iPtr->execEnvPtr != NULL) {
	TclDeleteExecEnv(iPtr->execEnvPtr);
    }
................................................................................
 *	"Wrapper" Tcl_CmdProc used to call an existing object-based
 *	Tcl_ObjCmdProc if no string-based function exists for a command. A
 *	pointer to this function is stored as the Tcl_CmdProc in a Command
 *	structure. It simply turns around and calls the object Tcl_ObjCmdProc
 *	in the Command structure.
 *
 * Results:
 *	A standard Tcl result value.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	Besides those side effects of the called Tcl_ObjCmdProc,
 *	TclInvokeObjectCommand allocates and frees storage.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */
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    if (cmdPtr->objProc != NULL) {
	result = cmdPtr->objProc(cmdPtr->objClientData, interp, argc, objv);
    } else {
	result = Tcl_NRCallObjProc(interp, cmdPtr->nreProc,
		cmdPtr->objClientData, argc, objv);
    }








    /*
     * Decrement the ref counts for the argument objects created above, then
     * free the objv array if malloc'ed storage was used.
     */

    for (i = 0; i < argc; i++) {
	objPtr = objv[i];
................................................................................
	    /*
	     * We have a non-numeric argument.
	     */

	    Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, Tcl_NewStringObj(
		    "argument to math function didn't have numeric value",
		    -1));

	    ckfree(args);
	    return TCL_ERROR;
	}

	/*
	 * Copy the object's numeric value to the argument record, converting
	 * it if necessary.
................................................................................
 *	it was not deleted and if the nesting level is not too high.
 *
 * Results:
 *	The return value is TCL_OK if it the interpreter is ready, TCL_ERROR
 *	otherwise.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	The interpreter's result is cleared.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

int
TclInterpReady(
    Tcl_Interp *interp)
{
    register Interp *iPtr = (Interp *) interp;

    /*
     * Reset the interpreter's result and clear out any previous error
     * information.
     */

    Tcl_ResetResult(interp);

    /*
     * If the interpreter has been deleted, return an error.
     */
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TclNRRunCallbacks(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,
    int result,
    struct NRE_callback *rootPtr)
				/* All callbacks down to rootPtr not inclusive
				 * are to be run. */
{

    NRE_callback *callbackPtr;
    Tcl_NRPostProc *procPtr;















    while (TOP_CB(interp) != rootPtr) {
	callbackPtr = TOP_CB(interp);
	procPtr = callbackPtr->procPtr;
	TOP_CB(interp) = callbackPtr->nextPtr;
	result = procPtr(callbackPtr->data, interp, result);
	TCLNR_FREE(interp, callbackPtr);
    }
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#undef Tcl_Eval
int
Tcl_Eval(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Token for command interpreter (returned by
				 * previous call to Tcl_CreateInterp). */
    const char *script)		/* Pointer to TCL command to execute. */
{
    return Tcl_EvalEx(interp, script, -1, 0);









}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_EvalObj, Tcl_GlobalEvalObj --
 *
................................................................................

	*ptr = 0;
    } else {
	exprPtr = Tcl_NewStringObj(exprstring, -1);
	Tcl_IncrRefCount(exprPtr);
	result = Tcl_ExprLongObj(interp, exprPtr, ptr);
	Tcl_DecrRefCount(exprPtr);



    }
    return result;
}

int
Tcl_ExprDouble(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Context in which to evaluate the
................................................................................
	*ptr = 0.0;
    } else {
	exprPtr = Tcl_NewStringObj(exprstring, -1);
	Tcl_IncrRefCount(exprPtr);
	result = Tcl_ExprDoubleObj(interp, exprPtr, ptr);
	Tcl_DecrRefCount(exprPtr);
				/* Discard the expression object. */



    }
    return result;
}

int
Tcl_ExprBoolean(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Context in which to evaluate the
................................................................................
    } else {
	int result;
	Tcl_Obj *exprPtr = Tcl_NewStringObj(exprstring, -1);

	Tcl_IncrRefCount(exprPtr);
	result = Tcl_ExprBooleanObj(interp, exprPtr, ptr);
	Tcl_DecrRefCount(exprPtr);








	return result;
    }
}
 
/*
 *--------------------------------------------------------------
 *
................................................................................
	code = Tcl_ExprObj(interp, exprObj, &resultPtr);
	Tcl_DecrRefCount(exprObj);
	if (code == TCL_OK) {
	    Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, resultPtr);
	    Tcl_DecrRefCount(resultPtr);
	}
    }






    return code;
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_AppendObjToErrorInfo --
................................................................................
    /*
     * If we are just starting to log an error, errorInfo is initialized from
     * the error message in the interpreter's result.
     */

    iPtr->flags |= ERR_LEGACY_COPY;
    if (iPtr->errorInfo == NULL) {











        iPtr->errorInfo = iPtr->objResultPtr;

	Tcl_IncrRefCount(iPtr->errorInfo);
	if (!iPtr->errorCode) {
	    Tcl_SetErrorCode(interp, "NONE", NULL);
	}
    }

    /*
................................................................................
 * Tcl_VarEval --
 *
 *	Given a variable number of string arguments, concatenate them all
 *	together and execute the result as a Tcl command.
 *
 * Results:
 *	A standard Tcl return result. An error message or other result may be
 *	left in the interp.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	Depends on what was done by the command.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */
	/* ARGSUSED */

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	Tcl_EvalEx(interp, objPtr, -1, TCL_EVAL_GLOBAL)
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#define Tcl_SaveResult(interp, statePtr) \
	do { \
	    (statePtr)->objResultPtr = Tcl_GetObjResult(interp); \
	    Tcl_IncrRefCount((statePtr)->objResultPtr); \
	    Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, Tcl_NewObj()); \
	} while(0)
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	do { \
	    Tcl_ResetResult(interp); \
   	    Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, (statePtr)->objResultPtr); \
   	    Tcl_DecrRefCount((statePtr)->objResultPtr); \
	} while(0)
#undef Tcl_DiscardResult
#define Tcl_DiscardResult(statePtr) \
	Tcl_DecrRefCount((statePtr)->objResultPtr)
#undef Tcl_SetResult
#define Tcl_SetResult(interp, result, freeProc) \
	do { \
	    char *__result = result; \
	    Tcl_FreeProc *__freeProc = freeProc; \
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	Tcl_EvalEx(interp, objPtr, -1, TCL_EVAL_GLOBAL)
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#define Tcl_SaveResult(interp, statePtr) \
	do { \
	    *(statePtr) = Tcl_GetObjResult(interp); \
	    Tcl_IncrRefCount(*(statePtr)); \
	    Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, Tcl_NewObj()); \
	} while(0)
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#define Tcl_RestoreResult(interp, statePtr) \
	do { \
	    Tcl_ResetResult(interp); \
   	    Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, *(statePtr)); \
   	    Tcl_DecrRefCount(*(statePtr)); \
	} while(0)
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#define Tcl_DiscardResult(statePtr) \
	Tcl_DecrRefCount(*(statePtr))
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	do { \
	    char *__result = result; \
	    Tcl_FreeProc *__freeProc = freeProc; \
	    Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, Tcl_NewStringObj(__result, -1)); \
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				 * dictionary. Used for doing traversal of the
				 * entries in the order that they are
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    ChainEntry *entryChainTail;	/* Other end of linked list of all entries in
				 * the dictionary. Used for doing traversal of
				 * the entries in the order that they are
				 * created. */
    int epoch;			/* Epoch counter */
    size_t refCount;		/* Reference counter (see above) */
    Tcl_Obj *chain;		/* Linked list used for invalidating the
				 * string representations of updated nested
				 * dictionaries. */
} Dict;

/*
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	Tcl_IncrRefCount(valuePtr);
    }

    /*
     * Initialise other fields.
     */

    newDict->epoch = 0;
    newDict->chain = NULL;
    newDict->refCount = 1;

    /*
     * Store in the object.
     */

................................................................................
    /*
     * Free the old internalRep before setting the new one. We do this as late
     * as possible to allow the conversion code, in particular
     * Tcl_GetStringFromObj, to use that old internalRep.
     */

    TclFreeIntRep(objPtr);
    dict->epoch = 0;
    dict->chain = NULL;
    dict->refCount = 1;
    DICT(objPtr) = dict;
    objPtr->internalRep.twoPtrValue.ptr2 = NULL;
    objPtr->typePtr = &tclDictType;
    return TCL_OK;

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	    && SetDictFromAny(interp, dictPtr) != TCL_OK) {
	return TCL_ERROR;
    }

    dict = DICT(dictPtr);
    cPtr = dict->entryChainHead;
    if (cPtr == NULL) {
	searchPtr->epoch = -1;
	*donePtr = 1;
    } else {
	*donePtr = 0;
	searchPtr->dictionaryPtr = (Tcl_Dict) dict;
	searchPtr->epoch = dict->epoch;
	searchPtr->next = cPtr->nextPtr;
	dict->refCount++;
................................................................................
{
    ChainEntry *cPtr;

    /*
     * If the searh is done; we do no work.
     */

    if (searchPtr->epoch == -1) {
	*donePtr = 1;
	return;
    }

    /*
     * Bail out if the dictionary has had any elements added, modified or
     * removed. This *shouldn't* happen, but...
................................................................................

void
Tcl_DictObjDone(
    Tcl_DictSearch *searchPtr)		/* Pointer to a hash search context. */
{
    Dict *dict;

    if (searchPtr->epoch != -1) {
	searchPtr->epoch = -1;
	dict = (Dict *) searchPtr->dictionaryPtr;
	if (dict->refCount-- <= 1) {
	    DeleteDict(dict);
	}
    }
}
 
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    Tcl_Obj *dictPtr;
    Dict *dict;

    TclNewObj(dictPtr);
    TclInvalidateStringRep(dictPtr);
    dict = ckalloc(sizeof(Dict));
    InitChainTable(dict);
    dict->epoch = 0;
    dict->chain = NULL;
    dict->refCount = 1;
    DICT(dictPtr) = dict;
    dictPtr->internalRep.twoPtrValue.ptr2 = NULL;
    dictPtr->typePtr = &tclDictType;
    return dictPtr;
#endif
................................................................................
    Tcl_Obj *dictPtr;
    Dict *dict;

    TclDbNewObj(dictPtr, file, line);
    TclInvalidateStringRep(dictPtr);
    dict = ckalloc(sizeof(Dict));
    InitChainTable(dict);
    dict->epoch = 0;
    dict->chain = NULL;
    dict->refCount = 1;
    DICT(dictPtr) = dict;
    dictPtr->internalRep.twoPtrValue.ptr2 = NULL;
    dictPtr->typePtr = &tclDictType;
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				 * entries in the order that they are
				 * created. */
    ChainEntry *entryChainTail;	/* Other end of linked list of all entries in
				 * the dictionary. Used for doing traversal of
				 * the entries in the order that they are
				 * created. */
    unsigned int epoch; 	/* Epoch counter */
    size_t refCount;		/* Reference counter (see above) */
    Tcl_Obj *chain;		/* Linked list used for invalidating the
				 * string representations of updated nested
				 * dictionaries. */
} Dict;

/*
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	Tcl_IncrRefCount(valuePtr);
    }

    /*
     * Initialise other fields.
     */

    newDict->epoch = 1;
    newDict->chain = NULL;
    newDict->refCount = 1;

    /*
     * Store in the object.
     */

................................................................................
    /*
     * Free the old internalRep before setting the new one. We do this as late
     * as possible to allow the conversion code, in particular
     * Tcl_GetStringFromObj, to use that old internalRep.
     */

    TclFreeIntRep(objPtr);
    dict->epoch = 1;
    dict->chain = NULL;
    dict->refCount = 1;
    DICT(objPtr) = dict;
    objPtr->internalRep.twoPtrValue.ptr2 = NULL;
    objPtr->typePtr = &tclDictType;
    return TCL_OK;

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	    && SetDictFromAny(interp, dictPtr) != TCL_OK) {
	return TCL_ERROR;
    }

    dict = DICT(dictPtr);
    cPtr = dict->entryChainHead;
    if (cPtr == NULL) {
	searchPtr->epoch = 0;
	*donePtr = 1;
    } else {
	*donePtr = 0;
	searchPtr->dictionaryPtr = (Tcl_Dict) dict;
	searchPtr->epoch = dict->epoch;
	searchPtr->next = cPtr->nextPtr;
	dict->refCount++;
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    ChainEntry *cPtr;

    /*
     * If the searh is done; we do no work.
     */

    if (!searchPtr->epoch) {
	*donePtr = 1;
	return;
    }

    /*
     * Bail out if the dictionary has had any elements added, modified or
     * removed. This *shouldn't* happen, but...
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void
Tcl_DictObjDone(
    Tcl_DictSearch *searchPtr)		/* Pointer to a hash search context. */
{
    Dict *dict;

    if (searchPtr->epoch) {
	searchPtr->epoch = 0;
	dict = (Dict *) searchPtr->dictionaryPtr;
	if (dict->refCount-- <= 1) {
	    DeleteDict(dict);
	}
    }
}
 
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    Tcl_Obj *dictPtr;
    Dict *dict;

    TclNewObj(dictPtr);
    TclInvalidateStringRep(dictPtr);
    dict = ckalloc(sizeof(Dict));
    InitChainTable(dict);
    dict->epoch = 1;
    dict->chain = NULL;
    dict->refCount = 1;
    DICT(dictPtr) = dict;
    dictPtr->internalRep.twoPtrValue.ptr2 = NULL;
    dictPtr->typePtr = &tclDictType;
    return dictPtr;
#endif
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    Tcl_Obj *dictPtr;
    Dict *dict;

    TclDbNewObj(dictPtr, file, line);
    TclInvalidateStringRep(dictPtr);
    dict = ckalloc(sizeof(Dict));
    InitChainTable(dict);
    dict->epoch = 1;
    dict->chain = NULL;
    dict->refCount = 1;
    DICT(dictPtr) = dict;
    dictPtr->internalRep.twoPtrValue.ptr2 = NULL;
    dictPtr->typePtr = &tclDictType;
    return dictPtr;
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    Tcl_Interp *interp,
    int numBytes)
{
    Interp *iPtr = (Interp *) interp;
    int numWords = (numBytes + (sizeof(Tcl_Obj *) - 1))/sizeof(Tcl_Obj *);

    if (iPtr == NULL || iPtr->execEnvPtr == NULL) {
	return (void *) ckalloc(numBytes);
    }

    return (void *) StackAllocWords(interp, numWords);
}

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    Tcl_Interp *interp,
    void *ptr,
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    if (opcode == INST_EXPON) {
	operator = "**";
    } else if (opcode <= INST_LNOT) {
	operator = operatorStrings[opcode - INST_LOR];
    }

    if (GetNumberFromObj(NULL, opndPtr, &ptr, &type) != TCL_OK) {
	int numBytes;
	const char *bytes = TclGetStringFromObj(opndPtr, &numBytes);

	if (numBytes == 0) {
	    description = "empty string";
	} else if (TclCheckBadOctal(NULL, bytes)) {
	    description = "invalid octal number";
	} else {
	    description = "non-numeric string";
	}
    } else if (type == TCL_NUMBER_NAN) {
	description = "non-numeric floating-point value";
    } else if (type == TCL_NUMBER_DOUBLE) {
	description = "floating-point value";
    } else {
	/* TODO: No caller needs this. Eliminate? */
	description = "(big) integer";
    }

    Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, Tcl_ObjPrintf(
	    "can't use %s as operand of \"%s\"", description, operator));

    Tcl_SetErrorCode(interp, "ARITH", "DOMAIN", description, NULL);
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 *
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    }
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    return (void *) StackAllocWords(interp, numWords);
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    } else if (opcode <= INST_LNOT) {
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    }

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	description = "non-numeric string";

    } else if (type == TCL_NUMBER_NAN) {
	description = "non-numeric floating-point value";
    } else if (type == TCL_NUMBER_DOUBLE) {
	description = "floating-point value";
    } else {
	/* TODO: No caller needs this. Eliminate? */
	description = "(big) integer";
    }

    Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, Tcl_ObjPrintf(
	    "can't use %s \"%s\" as operand of \"%s\"", description,
	    Tcl_GetString(opndPtr), operator));
    Tcl_SetErrorCode(interp, "ARITH", "DOMAIN", description, NULL);
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 * TclGetSrcInfoForPc, GetSrcInfoForPc, TclGetSourceFromFrame --

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    register Tcl_HashTable *tablePtr)	/* Table to enlarge. */
{
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    register Tcl_HashEntry **oldChainPtr, **newChainPtr;
    register Tcl_HashEntry *hPtr;
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    } else if (tablePtr->keyType == TCL_ONE_WORD_KEYS) {
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	    || tablePtr->keyType == TCL_CUSTOM_PTR_KEYS) {
	typePtr = tablePtr->typePtr;
    } else {
	typePtr = &tclArrayHashKeyType;
    }

    oldSize = tablePtr->numBuckets;
    oldBuckets = tablePtr->buckets;

    /*
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    register Tcl_HashTable *tablePtr)	/* Table to enlarge. */
{
    int count, index, oldSize = tablePtr->numBuckets;
    Tcl_HashEntry **oldBuckets = tablePtr->buckets;
    register Tcl_HashEntry **oldChainPtr, **newChainPtr;
    register Tcl_HashEntry *hPtr;
    const Tcl_HashKeyType *typePtr;

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    if (oldSize > (int)(UINT_MAX / (4 * sizeof(Tcl_HashEntry *)))) {
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	return;
    }

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	typePtr = &tclStringHashKeyType;
    } else if (tablePtr->keyType == TCL_ONE_WORD_KEYS) {
	typePtr = &tclOneWordHashKeyType;
    } else if (tablePtr->keyType == TCL_CUSTOM_TYPE_KEYS
	    || tablePtr->keyType == TCL_CUSTOM_PTR_KEYS) {
	typePtr = tablePtr->typePtr;
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	result = Tcl_RecordAndEvalObj(interp, cmdPtr, flags);

	/*
	 * Move the interpreter's object result to the string result, then
	 * reset the object result.
	 */

	(void) Tcl_GetStringResult(interp);

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 *----------------------------------------------------------------
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typedef struct Interp {
    /*
     * Note: the first three fields must match exactly the fields in a
     * Tcl_Interp struct (see tcl.h). If you change one, be sure to change the
     * other.
     *
     * The interpreter's result is held in both the string and the
     * objResultPtr fields. These fields hold, respectively, the result's
     * string or object value. The interpreter's result is always in the
     * result field if that is non-empty, otherwise it is in objResultPtr.
     * The two fields are kept consistent unless some C code sets
     * interp->result directly. Programs should not access result and
     * objResultPtr directly; instead, they should always get and set the
     * result using procedures such as Tcl_SetObjResult, Tcl_GetObjResult, and
     * Tcl_GetStringResult. See the SetResult man page for details.
     */

    char *result;		/* If the last command returned a string
				 * result, this points to it. Should not be
				 * accessed directly; see comment above. */
    Tcl_FreeProc *freeProc;	/* Zero means a string result is statically
				 * allocated. TCL_DYNAMIC means string result
				 * was allocated with ckalloc and should be
				 * freed with ckfree. Other values give
				 * address of procedure to invoke to free the
				 * string result. Tcl_Eval must free it before
				 * executing next command. */


    int errorLine;		/* When TCL_ERROR is returned, this gives the
				 * line number in the command where the error
				 * occurred (1 means first line). */
    const struct TclStubs *stubTable;
				/* Pointer to the exported Tcl stub table. On
				 * previous versions of Tcl this is a pointer
				 * to the objResultPtr or a pointer to a
				 * buckets array in a hash table. We therefore
				 * have to do some careful checking before we
				 * can use this. */




    TclHandle handle;		/* Handle used to keep track of when this
				 * interp is deleted. */

    Namespace *globalNsPtr;	/* The interpreter's global namespace. */
    Tcl_HashTable *hiddenCmdTablePtr;
				/* Hash table used by tclBasic.c to keep track
................................................................................
				 * or NULL if no active traces. */
    int returnCode;		/* [return -code] parameter. */
    CallFrame *rootFramePtr;	/* Global frame pointer for this
				 * interpreter. */
    Namespace *lookupNsPtr;	/* Namespace to use ONLY on the next
				 * TCL_EVAL_INVOKE call to Tcl_EvalObjv. */

    /*
     * Information used by Tcl_AppendResult to keep track of partial results.
     * See Tcl_AppendResult code for details.
     */

#ifndef TCL_NO_DEPRECATED
    char *appendResult;		/* Storage space for results generated by
				 * Tcl_AppendResult. Ckalloc-ed. NULL means
				 * not yet allocated. */
    int appendAvl;		/* Total amount of space available at
				 * partialResult. */
    int appendUsed;		/* Number of non-null bytes currently stored
				 * at partialResult. */
#else
    char *appendResultDontUse;
    int appendAvlDontUse;
    int appendUsedDontUse;
#endif

    /*
     * Information about packages. Used only in tclPkg.c.
     */

    Tcl_HashTable packageTable;	/* Describes all of the packages loaded in or
				 * available to this interpreter. Keys are
				 * package names, values are (Package *)
................................................................................

    int cmdCount;		/* Total number of times a command procedure
				 * has been called for this interpreter. */
    int evalFlags;		/* Flags to control next call to Tcl_Eval.
				 * Normally zero, but may be set before
				 * calling Tcl_Eval. See below for valid
				 * values. */
    int unused1;		/* No longer used (was termOffset) */
    LiteralTable literalTable;	/* Contains LiteralEntry's describing all Tcl
				 * objects holding literals of scripts
				 * compiled by the interpreter. Indexed by the
				 * string representations of literals. Used to
				 * avoid creating duplicate objects. */
    unsigned int compileEpoch;	/* Holds the current "compilation epoch" for
				 * this interpreter. This is incremented to
................................................................................
    struct ExecEnv *execEnvPtr;	/* Execution environment for Tcl bytecode
				 * execution. Contains a pointer to the Tcl
				 * evaluation stack. */
    Tcl_Obj *emptyObjPtr;	/* Points to an object holding an empty
				 * string. Returned by Tcl_ObjSetVar2 when
				 * variable traces change a variable in a
				 * gross way. */
#ifndef TCL_NO_DEPRECATED
    char resultSpace[TCL_RESULT_SIZE+1];
				/* Static space holding small results. */
#else
    char resultSpaceDontUse[TCL_RESULT_SIZE+1];
#endif
    Tcl_Obj *objResultPtr;	/* If the last command returned an object
				 * result, this points to it. Should not be
				 * accessed directly; see comment above. */
    Tcl_ThreadId threadId;	/* ID of thread that owns the interpreter. */

    ActiveCommandTrace *activeCmdTracePtr;
				/* First in list of active command traces for
................................................................................
MODULE_SCOPE double	TclBignumToDouble(const mp_int *bignum);
MODULE_SCOPE int	TclByteArrayMatch(const unsigned char *string,
			    int strLen, const unsigned char *pattern,
			    int ptnLen, int flags);
MODULE_SCOPE double	TclCeil(const mp_int *a);
MODULE_SCOPE void	TclChannelPreserve(Tcl_Channel chan);
MODULE_SCOPE void	TclChannelRelease(Tcl_Channel chan);
MODULE_SCOPE int	TclCheckBadOctal(Tcl_Interp *interp,
			    const char *value);
MODULE_SCOPE int	TclChanCaughtErrorBypass(Tcl_Interp *interp,
			    Tcl_Channel chan);
MODULE_SCOPE Tcl_ObjCmdProc TclChannelNamesCmd;
MODULE_SCOPE Tcl_NRPostProc TclClearRootEnsemble;
MODULE_SCOPE ContLineLoc *TclContinuationsEnter(Tcl_Obj *objPtr, int num,
			    int *loc);
MODULE_SCOPE void	TclContinuationsEnterDerived(Tcl_Obj *objPtr,
................................................................................
#   define TclUniCharNcmp(cs,ct,n) memcmp((cs),(ct),(n)*sizeof(Tcl_UniChar))
#else /* !WORDS_BIGENDIAN */
#   define TclUniCharNcmp Tcl_UniCharNcmp
#endif /* WORDS_BIGENDIAN */

/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------
 * Macro used by the Tcl core to increment a namespace's export export epoch
 * counter. The ANSI C "prototype" for this macro is:
 *
 * MODULE_SCOPE void	TclInvalidateNsCmdLookup(Namespace *nsPtr);
 *----------------------------------------------------------------
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    /*
     * The first two fields were named "result" and "freeProc" in earlier
     * versions of Tcl.  They are no longer used within Tcl, and are no
     * longer available to be accessed by extensions.  However, they cannot
     * be removed.  Why?  There is a deployed base of stub-enabled extensions
     * that query the value of iPtr->stubTable.  For them to continue to work,
     * the location of the field "stubTable" within the Interp struct cannot
     * change.  The most robust way to assure that is to leave all fields up to
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    const char *legacyResult;
    void (*legacyFreeProc) (void);
    int errorLine;		/* When TCL_ERROR is returned, this gives the
				 * line number in the command where the error
				 * occurred (1 means first line). */
    const struct TclStubs *stubTable;
				/* Pointer to the exported Tcl stub table.  In
				 * ancient pre-8.1 versions of Tcl this was a
				 * pointer to the objResultPtr or a pointer to a
				 * buckets array in a hash table. Deployed stubs
				 * enabled extensions check for a NULL pointer value
				 * and for a TCL_STUBS_MAGIC value to verify they
				 * are not [load]ing into one of those pre-stubs
				 * interps.
				 */

    TclHandle handle;		/* Handle used to keep track of when this
				 * interp is deleted. */

    Namespace *globalNsPtr;	/* The interpreter's global namespace. */
    Tcl_HashTable *hiddenCmdTablePtr;
				/* Hash table used by tclBasic.c to keep track
................................................................................
				 * or NULL if no active traces. */
    int returnCode;		/* [return -code] parameter. */
    CallFrame *rootFramePtr;	/* Global frame pointer for this
				 * interpreter. */
    Namespace *lookupNsPtr;	/* Namespace to use ONLY on the next
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    /*
     * Information about packages. Used only in tclPkg.c.
     */

    Tcl_HashTable packageTable;	/* Describes all of the packages loaded in or
				 * available to this interpreter. Keys are
				 * package names, values are (Package *)
................................................................................

    int cmdCount;		/* Total number of times a command procedure
				 * has been called for this interpreter. */
    int evalFlags;		/* Flags to control next call to Tcl_Eval.
				 * Normally zero, but may be set before
				 * calling Tcl_Eval. See below for valid
				 * values. */

    LiteralTable literalTable;	/* Contains LiteralEntry's describing all Tcl
				 * objects holding literals of scripts
				 * compiled by the interpreter. Indexed by the
				 * string representations of literals. Used to
				 * avoid creating duplicate objects. */
    unsigned int compileEpoch;	/* Holds the current "compilation epoch" for
				 * this interpreter. This is incremented to
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    struct ExecEnv *execEnvPtr;	/* Execution environment for Tcl bytecode
				 * execution. Contains a pointer to the Tcl
				 * evaluation stack. */
    Tcl_Obj *emptyObjPtr;	/* Points to an object holding an empty
				 * string. Returned by Tcl_ObjSetVar2 when
				 * variable traces change a variable in a
				 * gross way. */






    Tcl_Obj *objResultPtr;	/* If the last command returned an object
				 * result, this points to it. Should not be
				 * accessed directly; see comment above. */
    Tcl_ThreadId threadId;	/* ID of thread that owns the interpreter. */

    ActiveCommandTrace *activeCmdTracePtr;
				/* First in list of active command traces for
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MODULE_SCOPE int	TclByteArrayMatch(const unsigned char *string,
			    int strLen, const unsigned char *pattern,
			    int ptnLen, int flags);
MODULE_SCOPE double	TclCeil(const mp_int *a);
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MODULE_SCOPE void	TclChannelRelease(Tcl_Channel chan);


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			    Tcl_Channel chan);
MODULE_SCOPE Tcl_ObjCmdProc TclChannelNamesCmd;
MODULE_SCOPE Tcl_NRPostProc TclClearRootEnsemble;
MODULE_SCOPE ContLineLoc *TclContinuationsEnter(Tcl_Obj *objPtr, int num,
			    int *loc);
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#else /* !WORDS_BIGENDIAN */
#   define TclUniCharNcmp Tcl_UniCharNcmp
#endif /* WORDS_BIGENDIAN */

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 *----------------------------------------------------------------
 * Macro used by the Tcl core to increment a namespace's export epoch
 * counter. The ANSI C "prototype" for this macro is:
 *
 * MODULE_SCOPE void	TclInvalidateNsCmdLookup(Namespace *nsPtr);
 *----------------------------------------------------------------
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/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * NewListIntRep --
 *
 *	Creates a list internal rep with space for objc elements.  objc
 *	must be > 0.  If objv!=NULL, initializes with the first objc values
 *	in that array.  If objv==NULL, initalize list internal rep to have
 *	0 elements, with space to add objc more.  Flag value "p" indicates
 *	how to behave on failure.
 *
 * Results:
 *	A new List struct with refCount 0 is returned. If some failure

 *	prevents this then if p=0, NULL is returned and otherwise the
 *	routine panics.

 *
 * Side effects:
 *	The ref counts of the elements in objv are incremented since the
 *	resulting list now refers to them.



 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

static List *
NewListIntRep(
    int objc,
................................................................................
    }
    return listRepPtr;
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * AttemptNewList --
 *
 *	Creates a list internal rep with space for objc elements.  objc
 *	must be > 0.  If objv!=NULL, initializes with the first objc values
 *	in that array.  If objv==NULL, initalize list internal rep to have
 *	0 elements, with space to add objc more.
 *
 * Results:
 *	A new List struct with refCount 0 is returned. If some failure
 *	prevents this then NULL is returned, and an error message is left
 *	in the interp result, unless interp is NULL.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	The ref counts of the elements in objv are incremented since the
 *	resulting list now refers to them.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

static List *
AttemptNewList(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,
    int objc,
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_NewListObj --
 *
 *	This function is normally called when not debugging: i.e., when
 *	TCL_MEM_DEBUG is not defined. It creates a new list object from an
 *	(objc,objv) array: that is, each of the objc elements of the array
 *	referenced by objv is inserted as an element into a new Tcl object.
 *
 *	When TCL_MEM_DEBUG is defined, this function just returns the result
 *	of calling the debugging version Tcl_DbNewListObj.
 *
 * Results:
 *	A new list object is returned that is initialized from the object
 *	pointers in objv. If objc is less than or equal to zero, an empty
 *	object is returned. The new object's string representation is left
 *	NULL. The resulting new list object has ref count 0.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	The ref counts of the elements in objv are incremented since the
 *	resulting list now refers to them.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

#ifdef TCL_MEM_DEBUG
#undef Tcl_NewListObj

................................................................................
    return listPtr;
}
#endif /* if TCL_MEM_DEBUG */
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_DbNewListObj --
 *
 *	This function is normally called when debugging: i.e., when
 *	TCL_MEM_DEBUG is defined. It creates new list objects. It is the same
 *	as the Tcl_NewListObj function above except that it calls
 *	Tcl_DbCkalloc directly with the file name and line number from its
 *	caller. This simplifies debugging since then the [memory active]
 *	command will report the correct file name and line number when
 *	reporting objects that haven't been freed.
 *
 *	When TCL_MEM_DEBUG is not defined, this function just returns the
 *	result of calling Tcl_NewListObj.
 *
 * Results:
 *	A new list object is returned that is initialized from the object
 *	pointers in objv. If objc is less than or equal to zero, an empty
 *	object is returned. The new object's string representation is left
 *	NULL. The new list object has ref count 0.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	The ref counts of the elements in objv are incremented since the
 *	resulting list now refers to them.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

#ifdef TCL_MEM_DEBUG

Tcl_Obj *
................................................................................
#endif /* TCL_MEM_DEBUG */
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_SetListObj --
 *
 *	Modify an object to be a list containing each of the objc elements of
 *	the object array referenced by objv.
 *
 * Results:
 *	None.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	The object is made a list object and is initialized from the object
 *	pointers in objv. If objc is less than or equal to zero, an empty
 *	object is returned. The new object's string representation is left
 *	NULL. The ref counts of the elements in objv are incremented since the
 *	list now refers to them. The object's old string and internal
 *	representations are freed and its type is set NULL.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

void
Tcl_SetListObj(
    Tcl_Obj *objPtr,		/* Object whose internal rep to init. */
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * TclListObjCopy --
 *
 *	Makes a "pure list" copy of a list value. This provides for the C
 *	level a counterpart of the [lrange $list 0 end] command, while using
 *	internals details to be as efficient as possible.
 *
 * Results:
 *	Normally returns a pointer to a new Tcl_Obj, that contains the same

 *	list value as *listPtr does. The returned Tcl_Obj has a refCount of
 *	zero. If *listPtr does not hold a list, NULL is returned, and if
 *	interp is non-NULL, an error message is recorded there.

 *
 * Side effects:
 *	None.


 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

Tcl_Obj *
TclListObjCopy(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Used to report errors if not NULL. */
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_ListObjGetElements --
 *
 *	This function returns an (objc,objv) array of the elements in a list
 *	object.
 *
 * Results:
 *	The return value is normally TCL_OK; in this case *objcPtr is set to
 *	the count of list elements and *objvPtr is set to a pointer to an
 *	array of (*objcPtr) pointers to each list element. If listPtr does not
 *	refer to a list object and the object can not be converted to one,
 *	TCL_ERROR is returned and an error message will be left in the
 *	interpreter's result if interp is not NULL.
 *
 *	The objects referenced by the returned array should be treated as
 *	readonly and their ref counts are _not_ incremented; the caller must
 *	do that if it holds on to a reference. Furthermore, the pointer and
 *	length returned by this function may change as soon as any function is
 *	called on the list object; be careful about retaining the pointer in a
 *	local data structure.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	The possible conversion of the object referenced by listPtr
 *	to a list object.



 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

int
Tcl_ListObjGetElements(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Used to report errors if not NULL. */
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_ListObjAppendList --
 *
 *	This function appends the elements in the list value referenced by
 *	elemListPtr to the list value referenced by listPtr.
 *
 * Results:
 *	The return value is normally TCL_OK. If listPtr or elemListPtr do not
 *	refer to list values, TCL_ERROR is returned and an error message is
 *	left in the interpreter's result if interp is not NULL.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	The reference counts of the elements in elemListPtr are incremented
 *	since the list now refers to them. listPtr and elemListPtr are
 *	converted, if necessary, to list objects. Also, appending the new
 *	elements may cause listObj's array of element pointers to grow.
 *	listPtr's old string representation, if any, is invalidated.







 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

int
Tcl_ListObjAppendList(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Used to report errors if not NULL. */
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_ListObjAppendElement --
 *
 *	This function is a special purpose version of Tcl_ListObjAppendList:
 *	it appends a single object referenced by objPtr to the list object
 *	referenced by listPtr. If listPtr is not already a list object, an
 *	attempt will be made to convert it to one.
 *
 * Results:
 *	The return value is normally TCL_OK; in this case objPtr is added to
 *	the end of listPtr's list. If listPtr does not refer to a list object
 *	and the object can not be converted to one, TCL_ERROR is returned and
 *	an error message will be left in the interpreter's result if interp is
 *	not NULL.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	The ref count of objPtr is incremented since the list now refers to
 *	it. listPtr will be converted, if necessary, to a list object. Also,
 *	appending the new element may cause listObj's array of element
 *	pointers to grow. listPtr's old string representation, if any, is
 *	invalidated.



 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

int
Tcl_ListObjAppendElement(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Used to report errors if not NULL. */
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_ListObjIndex --
 *
 *	This function returns a pointer to the index'th object from the list
 *	referenced by listPtr. The first element has index 0. If index is
 *	negative or greater than or equal to the number of elements in the

 *	list, a NULL is returned. If listPtr is not a list object, an attempt
 *	will be made to convert it to a list.
 *
 * Results:


 *	The return value is normally TCL_OK; in this case objPtrPtr is set to
 *	the Tcl_Obj pointer for the index'th list element or NULL if index is
 *	out of range. This object should be treated as readonly and its ref
 *	count is _not_ incremented; the caller must do that if it holds on to
 *	the reference. If listPtr does not refer to a list and can't be
 *	converted to one, TCL_ERROR is returned and an error message is left




 *	in the interpreter's result if interp is not NULL.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	listPtr will be converted, if necessary, to a list object.


 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

int
Tcl_ListObjIndex(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Used to report errors if not NULL. */
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_ListObjLength --
 *
 *	This function returns the number of elements in a list object. If the
 *	object is not already a list object, an attempt will be made to
 *	convert it to one.
 *
 * Results:
 *	The return value is normally TCL_OK; in this case *intPtr will be set
 *	to the integer count of list elements. If listPtr does not refer to a
 *	list object and the object can not be converted to one, TCL_ERROR is
 *	returned and an error message will be left in the interpreter's result
 *	if interp is not NULL.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	The possible conversion of the argument object to a list object.

 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

int
Tcl_ListObjLength(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Used to report errors if not NULL. */
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_ListObjReplace --
 *
 *	This function replaces zero or more elements of the list referenced by
 *	listPtr with the objects from an (objc,objv) array. The objc elements
 *	of the array referenced by objv replace the count elements in listPtr
 *	starting at first.
 *
 *	If the argument first is zero or negative, it refers to the first
 *	element. If first is greater than or equal to the number of elements
 *	in the list, then no elements are deleted; the new elements are
 *	appended to the list. Count gives the number of elements to replace.
 *	If count is zero or negative then no elements are deleted; the new
 *	elements are simply inserted before first.
 *
 *	The argument objv refers to an array of objc pointers to the new
 *	elements to be added to listPtr in place of those that were deleted.
 *	If objv is NULL, no new elements are added. If listPtr is not a list
 *	object, an attempt will be made to convert it to one.
 *
 * Results:
 *	The return value is normally TCL_OK. If listPtr does not refer to a
 *	list object and can not be converted to one, TCL_ERROR is returned and
 *	an error message will be left in the interpreter's result if interp is
 *	not NULL.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	The ref counts of the objc elements in objv are incremented since the
 *	resulting list now refers to them. Similarly, the ref counts for
 *	replaced objects are decremented. listPtr is converted, if necessary,
 *	to a list object. listPtr's old string representation, if any, is
 *	freed.

 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

int
Tcl_ListObjReplace(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Used for error reporting if not NULL. */
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * TclLindexList --
 *
 *	This procedure handles the 'lindex' command when objc==3.
 *
 * Results:
 *	Returns a pointer to the object extracted, or NULL if an error
 *	occurred. The returned object already includes one reference count for
 *	the pointer returned.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	None.
 *



 * Notes:
 *	This procedure is implemented entirely as a wrapper around
 *	TclLindexFlat. All it does is reconfigure the argument format into the
 *	form required by TclLindexFlat, while taking care to manage shimmering
 *	in such a way that we tend to keep the most useful intreps and/or
 *	avoid the most expensive conversions.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

Tcl_Obj *
TclLindexList(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Tcl interpreter. */
................................................................................
    Tcl_DecrRefCount(indexListCopy);
    return listPtr;
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * TclLindexFlat --
 *
 *	This procedure is the core of the 'lindex' command, with all index
 *	arguments presented as a flat list.
 *
 * Results:
 *	Returns a pointer to the object extracted, or NULL if an error
 *	occurred. The returned object already includes one reference count for
 *	the pointer returned.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	None.
 *
 * Notes:
 *	The reference count of the returned object includes one reference

 *	corresponding to the pointer returned. Thus, the calling code will
 *	usually do something like:

 *		Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, result);
 *		Tcl_DecrRefCount(result);

 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

Tcl_Obj *
TclLindexFlat(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Tcl interpreter. */
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * TclLsetList --
 *
 *	Core of the 'lset' command when objc == 4. Objv[2] may be either a
 *	scalar index or a list of indices.
 *
 * Results:
 *	Returns the new value of the list variable, or NULL if there was an
 *	error. The returned object includes one reference count for the
 *	pointer returned.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	None.

 *
 * Notes:
 *	This procedure is implemented entirely as a wrapper around
 *	TclLsetFlat. All it does is reconfigure the argument format into the
 *	form required by TclLsetFlat, while taking care to manage shimmering
 *	in such a way that we tend to keep the most useful intreps and/or
 *	avoid the most expensive conversions.


 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

Tcl_Obj *
TclLsetList(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Tcl interpreter. */
................................................................................
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * TclLsetFlat --
 *
 *	Core engine of the 'lset' command.
 *
 * Results:
 *	Returns the new value of the list variable, or NULL if an error
 *	occurred. The returned object includes one reference count for the
 *	pointer returned.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	On entry, the reference count of the variable value does not reflect
 *	any references held on the stack. The first action of this function is
 *	to determine whether the object is shared, and to duplicate it if it
 *	is. The reference count of the duplicate is incremented. At this
 *	point, the reference count will be 1 for either case, so that the
 *	object will appear to be unshared.
 *
 *	If an error occurs, and the object has been duplicated, the reference
 *	count on the duplicate is decremented so that it is now 0: this
 *	dismisses any memory that was allocated by this function.
 *
 *	If no error occurs, the reference count of the original object is
 *	incremented if the object has not been duplicated, and nothing is done
 *	to a reference count of the duplicate. Now the reference count of an
 *	unduplicated object is 2 (the returned pointer, plus the one stored in
 *	the variable). The reference count of a duplicate object is 1,
 *	reflecting that the returned pointer is the only active reference. The
 *	caller is expected to store the returned value back in the variable
 *	and decrement its reference count. (INST_STORE_* does exactly this.)
 *
 *	Surgery is performed on the unshared list value to produce the result.
 *	TclLsetFlat maintains a linked list of Tcl_Obj's whose string
 *	representations must be spoilt by threading via 'ptr2' of the
 *	two-pointer internal representation. On entry to TclLsetFlat, the



 *	values of 'ptr2' are immaterial; on exit, the 'ptr2' field of any
 *	Tcl_Obj that has been modified is set to NULL.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

Tcl_Obj *
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * TclListObjSetElement --
 *
 *	Set a single element of a list to a specified value
 *
 * Results:
 *	The return value is normally TCL_OK. If listPtr does not refer to a









 *	list object and cannot be converted to one, TCL_ERROR is returned and
 *	an error message will be left in the interpreter result if interp is




 *	not NULL. Similarly, if index designates an element outside the range
 *	[0..listLength-1], where listLength is the count of elements in the
 *	list object designated by listPtr, TCL_ERROR is returned and an error


 *	message is left in the interpreter result.
 *
 * Side effects:

 *	Tcl_Panic if listPtr designates a shared object. Otherwise, attempts
 *	to convert it to a list with a non-shared internal rep. Decrements the
 *	ref count of the object at the specified index within the list,
 *	replaces with the object designated by valuePtr, and increments the
 *	ref count of the replacement object.




 *
 *	It is the caller's responsibility to invalidate the string
 *	representation of the object.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

int
TclListObjSetElement(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Tcl interpreter; used for error reporting
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * FreeListInternalRep --
 *
 *	Deallocate the storage associated with a list object's internal
 *	representation.
 *
 * Results:
 *	None.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	Frees listPtr's List* internal representation and sets listPtr's

 *	internalRep.twoPtrValue.ptr1 to NULL. Decrements the ref counts of all
 *	element objects, which may free them.

 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

static void
FreeListInternalRep(
    Tcl_Obj *listPtr)		/* List object with internal rep to free. */
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * DupListInternalRep --
 *
 *	Initialize the internal representation of a list Tcl_Obj to share the
 *	internal representation of an existing list object.
 *
 * Results:
 *	None.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	The reference count of the List internal rep is incremented.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

static void
DupListInternalRep(
    Tcl_Obj *srcPtr,		/* Object with internal rep to copy. */
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * SetListFromAny --
 *
 *	Attempt to generate a list internal form for the Tcl object "objPtr".
 *
 * Results:
 *	The return value is TCL_OK or TCL_ERROR. If an error occurs during

 *	conversion, an error message is left in the interpreter's result
 *	unless "interp" is NULL.
 *

 * Side effects:
 *	If no error occurs, a list is stored as "objPtr"s internal

 *	representation.




 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

static int
SetListFromAny(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Used for error reporting if not NULL. */
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * UpdateStringOfList --
 *
 *	Update the string representation for a list object. Note: This
 *	function does not invalidate an existing old string rep so storage


 *	will be lost if this has not already been done.
 *
 * Results:
 *	None.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	The object's string is set to a valid string that results from the
 *	list-to-string conversion. This string will be empty if the list has
 *	no elements. The list internal representation should not be NULL and
 *	we assume it is not NULL.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

static void
UpdateStringOfList(
    Tcl_Obj *listPtr)		/* List object with string rep to update. */







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#endif
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * NewListIntRep --
 *
 *	Creates a 'List' structure with space for 'objc' elements.  'objc' must
 *	be > 0.  If 'objv' is not NULL, The list is initialized with first
 *	'objc' values in that array.  Otherwise the list is initialized to have
 *	0 elements, with space to add 'objc' more.  Flag value 'p' indicates
 *	how to behave on failure.
 *
 * Value

 *
 *	A new 'List' structure with refCount 0. If some failure
 *	prevents this NULL is returned if 'p' is 0 , and 'Tcl_Panic'
 *	is called if it is not.
 *
 * Effect


 *
 *	The refCount of each value in 'objv' is incremented as it is added
 *	to the list.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

static List *
NewListIntRep(
    int objc,
................................................................................
    }
    return listRepPtr;
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 *  AttemptNewList --
 *
 *	Like NewListIntRep, but additionally sets an error message on failure. 



 * 









 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

static List *
AttemptNewList(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,
    int objc,
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_NewListObj --
 *
 *	Creates a new list object and adds values to it. When TCL_MEM_DEBUG is
 *	defined, 'Tcl_DbNewListObj' is called instead.
 *
 * Value
 *
 *	A new list 'Tcl_Obj' to which is appended values from 'objv', or if
 *	'objc' is less than or equal to zero, a list 'Tcl_Obj' having no
 *	elements.  The string representation of the new 'Tcl_Obj' is set to
 *	NULL.  The refCount of the list is 0.
 *
 * Effect
 *
 *	The refCount of each elements in 'objv' is incremented as it is added
 *	to the list.



 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

#ifdef TCL_MEM_DEBUG
#undef Tcl_NewListObj

................................................................................
    return listPtr;
}
#endif /* if TCL_MEM_DEBUG */
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 *  Tcl_DbNewListObj --
 * 



 *	Like 'Tcl_NewListObj', but it calls Tcl_DbCkalloc directly with the
 *	file name and line number from its caller.  This simplifies debugging
 *	since the [memory active] command will report the correct file
 *	name and line number when reporting objects that haven't been freed.
 * 
 *	When TCL_MEM_DEBUG is not defined, 'Tcl_NewListObj' is called instead.











 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

#ifdef TCL_MEM_DEBUG

Tcl_Obj *
................................................................................
#endif /* TCL_MEM_DEBUG */
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_SetListObj --
 *
 *	Like 'Tcl_NewListObj', but operates on an existing 'Tcl_Obj'instead of
 *	creating a new one.











 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

void
Tcl_SetListObj(
    Tcl_Obj *objPtr,		/* Object whose internal rep to init. */
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * TclListObjCopy --
 *
 *	Creates a new 'Tcl_Obj' which is a pure copy of a list value. This
 *	provides for the C level a counterpart of the [lrange $list 0 end]
 *	command, while using internals details to be as efficient as possible.
 *
 * Value

 *
 *	The address of the new 'Tcl_Obj' which shares its internal
 *	representation with 'listPtr', and whose refCount is 0.  If 'listPtr'
 *	is not actually a list, the value is NULL, and an error message is left
 *	in 'interp' if it is not NULL.
 *
 * Effect

 *
 *	'listPtr' is converted to a list if it isn't one already.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

Tcl_Obj *
TclListObjCopy(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Used to report errors if not NULL. */
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_ListObjGetElements --
 *
 *	Retreive the elements in a list 'Tcl_Obj'.
 *
 * Value
 *
 *	TCL_OK
 *
 *	    A count of list elements is stored, 'objcPtr', And a pointer to the
 *	    array of elements in the list is stored in 'objvPtr'.
 *
 *	    The elements accessible via 'objvPtr' should be treated as readonly
 *	    and the refCount for each object is _not_ incremented; the caller
 *	    must do that if it holds on to a reference. Furthermore, the
 *	    pointer and length returned by this function may change as soon as
 *	    any function is called on the list object. Be careful about
 *	    retaining the pointer in a local data structure.
 *
 *	TCL_ERROR
 *
 *	    'listPtr' is not a valid list. An error message is left in the
 *	    interpreter's result if 'interp' is not NULL.
 *
 * Effect
 *
 *	'listPtr' is converted to a list object if it isn't one already.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

int
Tcl_ListObjGetElements(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Used to report errors if not NULL. */
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_ListObjAppendList --
 *
 *	Appends the elements of elemListPtr to those of listPtr.
 *
 * Value
 *
 *	TCL_OK
 *
 *	    Success.
 *
 *	TCL_ERROR
 *
 *	    'listPtr' or 'elemListPtr' are not valid lists.  An error
 *	    message is left in the interpreter's result if 'interp' is not NULL.
 *
 * Effect
 *
 *	The reference count of each element of 'elemListPtr' as it is added to
 *	'listPtr'. 'listPtr' and 'elemListPtr' are converted to 'tclListType'
 *	if they are not already. Appending the new elements may cause the
 *	array of element pointers in 'listObj' to grow.  If any objects are
 *	appended to 'listPtr'. Any preexisting string representation of
 *	'listPtr' is invalidated.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

int
Tcl_ListObjAppendList(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Used to report errors if not NULL. */
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_ListObjAppendElement --
 *
 *	Like 'Tcl_ListObjAppendList', but Appends a single value to a list.
 *
 * Value
 *
 *	TCL_OK
 *
 *	    'objPtr' is appended to the elements of 'listPtr'.
 *
 *	TCL_ERROR
 *
 *	    listPtr does not refer to a list object and the object can not be
 *	    converted to one. An error message will be left in the
 *	    interpreter's result if interp is not NULL.
 *
 * Effect
 *
 *	If 'listPtr' is not already of type 'tclListType', it is converted.
 *	The 'refCount' of 'objPtr' is incremented as it is added to 'listPtr'.
 *	Appending the new element may cause the the array of element pointers
 *	in 'listObj' to grow.  Any preexisting string representation of
 *	'listPtr' is invalidated.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

int
Tcl_ListObjAppendElement(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Used to report errors if not NULL. */
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_ListObjIndex --
 *
 * 	Retrieve a pointer to the element of 'listPtr' at 'index'.  The index
 * 	of the first element is 0.

 *
 * Value

 *

 * 	TCL_OK
 *
 *	    A pointer to the element at 'index' is stored in 'objPtrPtr'.  If
 *	    'index' is out of range, NULL is stored in 'objPtrPtr'.  This
 *	    object should be treated as readonly and its 'refCount' is _not_
 *	    incremented. The caller must do that if it holds on to the
 *	    reference.

 * 
 * 	TCL_ERROR
 *
 * 	    'listPtr' is not a valid list. An an error message is left in the
 * 	    interpreter's result if 'interp' is not NULL.
 *
 *  Effect

 *
 * 	If 'listPtr' is not already of type 'tclListType', it is converted.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

int
Tcl_ListObjIndex(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Used to report errors if not NULL. */
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_ListObjLength --
 *
 * 	Retrieve the number of elements in a list.
 *
 * Value
 *
 *	TCL_OK
 *
 *	    A count of list elements is stored at the address provided by
 *	    'intPtr'. If 'listPtr' is not already of type 'tclListPtr', it is
 *	    converted.
 *
 *	TCL_ERROR
 *
 *	    'listPtr' is not a valid list.  An error message will be left in
 *	    the interpreter's result if 'interp' is not NULL.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

int
Tcl_ListObjLength(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Used to report errors if not NULL. */
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_ListObjReplace --
 *
 *	Replace values in a list.
 *
 *	If 'first' is zero or negative, it refers to the first element. If
 *	'first' outside the range of elements in the list, no elements are
 *	deleted.
 *
 *	If 'count' is zero or negative no elements are deleted, and any new
 *	elements are inserted at the beginning of the list.
 *
 * Value
 *
 *	TCL_OK
 *
 *	    The first 'objc' values of 'objv' replaced 'count' elements in 'listPtr'
 *	    starting at 'first'.  If 'objc' 0, no new elements are added.
 *
 *	TCL_ERROR
 *
 *	    'listPtr' is not a valid list.   An error message is left in the
 *	    interpreter's result if 'interp' is not NULL.
 *
 * Effect
 *
 *	If 'listPtr' is not of type 'tclListType', it is converted if possible.
 *
 *	The 'refCount' of each element appended to the list is incremented.
 *	Similarly, the 'refCount' for each replaced element is decremented.
 *
 *	If 'listPtr' is modified, any previous string representation is
 *	invalidated.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

int
Tcl_ListObjReplace(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Used for error reporting if not NULL. */
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * TclLindexList --
 *
 *	Implements the 'lindex' command when objc==3.
 *
 *	Implemented entirely as a wrapper around 'TclLindexFlat'. Reconfigures
 *	the argument format into required form while taking care to manage
 *	shimmering so as to tend to keep the most useful intreps
 *	and/or avoid the most expensive conversions.
 *
 * Value

 *
 *	A pointer to the specified element, with its 'refCount' incremented, or
 *	NULL if an error occurred.
 *
 * Notes





 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

Tcl_Obj *
TclLindexList(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Tcl interpreter. */
................................................................................
    Tcl_DecrRefCount(indexListCopy);
    return listPtr;
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 *  TclLindexFlat --
 *
 * 	The core of the 'lindex' command, with all index
 * 	arguments presented as a flat list.
 *
 *  Value



 *





 *	A pointer to the object extracted, with its 'refCount' incremented,  or
 *	NULL if an error occurred.  Thus, the calling code will usually do
 *	something like:
 *
 * 		Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, result);
 * 		Tcl_DecrRefCount(result);
 *
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

Tcl_Obj *
TclLindexFlat(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Tcl interpreter. */
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * TclLsetList --
 *
 *	The core of [lset] when objc == 4. Objv[2] may be either a
 *	scalar index or a list of indices.
 *
 *	Implemented entirely as a wrapper around 'TclLindexFlat', as described
 *	for 'TclLindexList'.


 *


 * Value
 *






 *	The new list, with the 'refCount' of 'valuPtr' incremented, or NULL if
 *	there was an error.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

Tcl_Obj *
TclLsetList(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Tcl interpreter. */
................................................................................
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * TclLsetFlat --
 *
 *	Core engine of the 'lset' command.
 *
 * Value
 *
 *	The resulting list
 *
 *	    The 'refCount' of 'valuePtr' is incremented.  If 'listPtr' was not
 *	    duplicated, its 'refCount' is incremented.  The reference count of
 *	    an unduplicated object is therefore 2 (one for the returned pointer
 *	    and one for the variable that holds it).  The reference count of a
 *	    duplicate object is 1, reflecting that result is the only active
 *	    reference. The caller is expected to store the result in the
 *	    variable and decrement its reference count. (INST_STORE_* does
 *	    exactly this.)
 * 
 *	NULL
 *	
 *	    An error occurred.  If 'listPtr' was duplicated, the reference
 *	    count on the duplicate is decremented so that it is 0, causing any
 *	    memory allocated by this function to be freed.
 *
 *
 * Effect
 *
 *	On entry, the reference count of 'listPtr' does not reflect any
 *	references held on the stack. The first action of this function is to
 *	determine whether 'listPtr' is shared and to create a duplicate
 *	unshared copy if it is.  The reference count of the duplicate is
 *	incremented. At this point, the reference count is 1 in either case so
 *	that the object is considered unshared.
 *
 *	The unshared list is altered directly to produce the result.
 *	'TclLsetFlat' maintains a linked list of 'Tcl_Obj' values whose string
 *	representations must be spoilt by threading via 'ptr2' of the
 *	two-pointer internal representation. On entry to 'TclLsetFlat', the
 *	values of 'ptr2' are immaterial; on exit, the 'ptr2' field of any
 *	Tcl_Obj that has been modified is set to NULL.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

Tcl_Obj *
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * TclListObjSetElement --
 *
 *	Set a single element of a list to a specified value.
 *
 *	It is the caller's responsibility to invalidate the string
 *	representation of the 'listPtr'.
 *
 * Value
 *
 * 	TCL_OK
 *
 *	    Success.
 *
 *	TCL_ERROR
 *
 *	    'listPtr' does not refer to a list object and cannot be converted
 *	    to one.  An error message will be left in the interpreter result if
 *	    interp is not NULL.
 *
 *	TCL_ERROR
 *
 *	    An index designates an element outside the range [0..listLength-1],


 *	    where 'listLength' is the count of elements in the list object
 *	    designated by 'listPtr'.  An error message is left in the
 *	    interpreter result.
 *
 * Effect
 *
 *	If 'listPtr' designates a shared object, 'Tcl_Panic' is called.  If




 *	'listPtr' is not already of type 'tclListType', it is converted and the
 *	internal representation is unshared. The 'refCount' of the element at
 *	'index' is decremented and replaced in the list with the 'valuePtr',
 *	whose 'refCount' in turn is incremented.
 *


 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

int
TclListObjSetElement(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Tcl interpreter; used for error reporting
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * FreeListInternalRep --
 *
 *	Deallocate the storage associated with the internal representation of a
 *	a list object.
 *
 * Effect

 *


 *	The storage for the internal 'List' pointer of 'listPtr' is freed, the
 *	'internalRep.twoPtrValue.ptr1' of 'listPtr' is set to NULL, and the 'refCount'

 *	of each element of the list is decremented.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

static void
FreeListInternalRep(
    Tcl_Obj *listPtr)		/* List object with internal rep to free. */
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * DupListInternalRep --
 *
 *	Initialize the internal representation of a list 'Tcl_Obj' to share the
 *	internal representation of an existing list object.
 *
 * Effect

 *

 *	The 'refCount' of the List internal rep is incremented.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

static void
DupListInternalRep(
    Tcl_Obj *srcPtr,		/* Object with internal rep to copy. */
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * SetListFromAny --
 *
 *	Convert any object to a list.
 *
 * Value

 *
 *    TCL_OK

 *
 *	Success.  The internal representation of 'objPtr' is set, and the type
 *	of 'objPtr' is 'tclListType'.

 *
 *    TCL_ERROR
 *
 *	An error occured during conversion. An error message is left in the
 *	interpreter's result if 'interp' is not NULL.
 *
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

static int
SetListFromAny(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Used for error reporting if not NULL. */
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * UpdateStringOfList --
 *
 *	Update the string representation for a list object.

 *
 *	Any previously-exising string representation is not invalidated, so
 *	storage is lost if this has not been taken care of.
 *

 * Effect
 *
 *	The string representation of 'listPtr' is set to the resulting string.

 *	This string will be empty if the list has no elements. It is assumed
 *	that the list internal representation is not NULL.

 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

static void
UpdateStringOfList(
    Tcl_Obj *listPtr)		/* List object with string rep to update. */

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    /*
     * Test for whether the initialization failed. If so, transfer the error
     * from the target interpreter to the originating one.
     */

    if (code != TCL_OK) {











	Tcl_TransferResult(target, code, interp);
	goto done;
    }

    /*
     * Record the fact that the package has been loaded in the target
     * interpreter.







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    /*
     * Test for whether the initialization failed. If so, transfer the error
     * from the target interpreter to the originating one.
     */

    if (code != TCL_OK) {
	Interp *iPtr = (Interp *) target;
	if (iPtr->legacyResult && !iPtr->legacyFreeProc) {
	    /*
	     * A call to Tcl_InitStubs() determined the caller extension and
	     * this interp are incompatible in their stubs mechanisms, and
	     * recorded the error in the oldest legacy place we have to do so.
	     */
	    Tcl_SetObjResult(target, Tcl_NewStringObj(iPtr->legacyResult, -1));
	    iPtr->legacyResult = NULL;
	    iPtr->legacyFreeProc = (void (*) (void))-1;
	}
	Tcl_TransferResult(target, code, interp);
	goto done;
    }

    /*
     * Record the fact that the package has been loaded in the target
     * interpreter.

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/*
 * ----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * AllocObject --
 *
 *	Allocate an object of basic type. Does not splice the object into its
 *	class's instance list.

 *
 * ----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

static Object *
AllocObject(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Interpreter within which to create the
................................................................................
	 * to. Once that's done, we need to repatch the object to have the
	 * right class since AllocClass interferes with that.
	 */

	AllocClass(interp, oPtr);
	oPtr->selfCls = classPtr;
	TclOOAddToSubclasses(oPtr->classPtr, fPtr->objectCls);


    }

    /*
     * Run constructors, except when objc < 0 (a special flag case used for
     * object cloning only).
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 * ----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * AllocObject --
 *
 *	Allocate an object of basic type. Does not splice the object into its
 *	class's instance list.  The caller must set the classPtr on the object,
 *	either to a class or to NULL.
 *
 * ----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

static Object *
AllocObject(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Interpreter within which to create the
................................................................................
	 * to. Once that's done, we need to repatch the object to have the
	 * right class since AllocClass interferes with that.
	 */

	AllocClass(interp, oPtr);
	oPtr->selfCls = classPtr;
	TclOOAddToSubclasses(oPtr->classPtr, fPtr->objectCls);
    } else {
	oPtr->classPtr = NULL;
    }

    /*
     * Run constructors, except when objc < 0 (a special flag case used for
     * object cloning only).
     */

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/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_GetIntFromObj --
 *
 *	Attempt to return an int from the Tcl object "objPtr". If the object
 *	is not already an int, an attempt will be made to convert it to one.
 *
 *	Integer and long integer objects share the same "integer" type
 *	implementation. We store all integers as longs and Tcl_GetIntFromObj
 *	checks whether the current value of the long can be represented by an
 *	int.
 *
 * Results:
 *	The return value is a standard Tcl object result. If an error occurs
 *	during conversion or if the long integer held by the object can not be
 *	represented by an int, an error message is left in the interpreter's
 *	result unless "interp" is NULL.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	If the object is not already an int, the conversion will free any old
 *	internal representation.



 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

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/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_GetIntFromObj --
 *
 *	Retrieve the integer value of 'objPtr'.
 *
 * Value
 *
 *	TCL_OK
 *
 *	    Success.
 *
 *	TCL_ERROR
 *	
 *	    An error occurred during conversion or the integral value can not
 *	    be represented as an integer (it might be too large). An error
 *	    message is left in the interpreter's result if 'interp' is not
 *	    NULL.
 *
 * Effect
 *
 *	'objPtr' is converted to an integer if necessary if it is not one
 *	already.  The conversion frees any previously-existing internal
 *	representation.
 *
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 */

int
Tcl_GetIntFromObj(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,         /* Used for error reporting if not NULL. */

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    Namespace *nsPtr,		/* Namespace containing this proc. */
    const char *procName,	/* Unqualified name of this proc. */
    Tcl_Obj *argsPtr,		/* Description of arguments. */
    Tcl_Obj *bodyPtr,		/* Command body. */
    Proc **procPtrPtr)		/* Returns: pointer to proc data. */
{
    Interp *iPtr = (Interp *) interp;
    const char **argArray = NULL;

    register Proc *procPtr;
    int i, length, result, numArgs;

    const char *args, *bytes, *p;
    register CompiledLocal *localPtr = NULL;
    Tcl_Obj *defPtr;
    int precompiled = 0;

    if (bodyPtr->typePtr == &tclProcBodyType) {
	/*
	 * Because the body is a TclProProcBody, the actual body is already
	 * compiled, and it is not shared with anyone else, so it's OK not to
	 * unshare it (as a matter of fact, it is bad to unshare it, because
................................................................................
	 * means that the same code can not be shared by two procedures that
	 * have a different number of arguments, even if their bodies are
	 * identical. Note that we don't use Tcl_DuplicateObj since we would
	 * not want any bytecode internal representation.
	 */

	if (Tcl_IsShared(bodyPtr)) {

	    Tcl_Obj *sharedBodyPtr = bodyPtr;

	    bytes = TclGetStringFromObj(bodyPtr, &length);
	    bodyPtr = Tcl_NewStringObj(bytes, length);

	    /*
	     * TIP #280.
................................................................................
    }

    /*
     * Break up the argument list into argument specifiers, then process each
     * argument specifier. If the body is precompiled, processing is limited
     * to checking that the parsed argument is consistent with the one stored
     * in the Proc.
     *
     * THIS FAILS IF THE ARG LIST OBJECT'S STRING REP CONTAINS NULS.
     */

    args = TclGetStringFromObj(argsPtr, &length);
    result = Tcl_SplitList(interp, args, &numArgs, &argArray);

    if (result != TCL_OK) {
	goto procError;
    }

    if (precompiled) {
	if (numArgs > procPtr->numArgs) {
	    Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, Tcl_ObjPrintf(
................................................................................
	procPtr->numArgs = numArgs;
	procPtr->numCompiledLocals = numArgs;
    }

    for (i = 0; i < numArgs; i++) {
	int fieldCount, nameLength;
	size_t valueLength;
	const char **fieldValues;

	/*
	 * Now divide the specifier up into name and default.
	 */

	result = Tcl_SplitList(interp, argArray[i], &fieldCount,
		&fieldValues);
	if (result != TCL_OK) {
	    goto procError;
	}
	if (fieldCount > 2) {
	    ckfree(fieldValues);
	    Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, Tcl_ObjPrintf(
		    "too many fields in argument specifier \"%s\"",
		    argArray[i]));


	    Tcl_SetErrorCode(interp, "TCL", "OPERATION", "PROC",
		    "FORMALARGUMENTFORMAT", NULL);
	    goto procError;
	}
	if ((fieldCount == 0) || (*fieldValues[0] == 0)) {
	    ckfree(fieldValues);
	    Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, Tcl_NewStringObj(
		    "argument with no name", -1));
	    Tcl_SetErrorCode(interp, "TCL", "OPERATION", "PROC",
		    "FORMALARGUMENTFORMAT", NULL);
	    goto procError;
	}

	nameLength = strlen(fieldValues[0]);
	if (fieldCount == 2) {

	    valueLength = strlen(fieldValues[1]);
	} else {
	    valueLength = 0;
	}

	/*
	 * Check that the formal parameter name is a scalar.
	 */

	p = fieldValues[0];


	while (*p != '\0') {
	    if (*p == '(') {
		const char *q = p;
		do {
		    q++;
		} while (*q != '\0');
		q--;
		if (*q == ')') {	/* We have an array element. */
		    Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, Tcl_ObjPrintf(
			    "formal parameter \"%s\" is an array element",
			    fieldValues[0]));
		    ckfree(fieldValues);
		    Tcl_SetErrorCode(interp, "TCL", "OPERATION", "PROC",
			    "FORMALARGUMENTFORMAT", NULL);
		    goto procError;
		}
	    } else if ((*p == ':') && (*(p+1) == ':')) {
		Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, Tcl_ObjPrintf(
			"formal parameter \"%s\" is not a simple name",
			fieldValues[0]));

		ckfree(fieldValues);
		Tcl_SetErrorCode(interp, "TCL", "OPERATION", "PROC",
			"FORMALARGUMENTFORMAT", NULL);
		goto procError;
	    }
	    p++;
	}

	if (precompiled) {
	    /*
	     * Compare the parsed argument with the stored one. Note that the
	     * only flag value that makes sense at this point is VAR_ARGUMENT
	     * (its value was kept the same as pre VarReform to simplify
................................................................................
	     *
	     * The only other flag vlaue that is important to retrieve from
	     * precompiled procs is VAR_TEMPORARY (also unchanged). It is
	     * needed later when retrieving the variable names.
	     */

	    if ((localPtr->nameLength != nameLength)
		    || (strcmp(localPtr->name, fieldValues[0]))
		    || (localPtr->frameIndex != i)
		    || !(localPtr->flags & VAR_ARGUMENT)
		    || (localPtr->defValuePtr == NULL && fieldCount == 2)
		    || (localPtr->defValuePtr != NULL && fieldCount != 2)) {
		Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, Tcl_ObjPrintf(
			"procedure \"%s\": formal parameter %d is "
			"inconsistent with precompiled body", procName, i));
		ckfree(fieldValues);
		Tcl_SetErrorCode(interp, "TCL", "OPERATION", "PROC",
			"BYTECODELIES", NULL);
		goto procError;
	    }

	    /*
	     * Compare the default value if any.
................................................................................
	     */

	    if (localPtr->defValuePtr != NULL) {
		const char *tmpPtr = TclGetString(localPtr->defValuePtr);
		size_t tmpLength = localPtr->defValuePtr->length;

		if ((valueLength != tmpLength) ||
			strncmp(fieldValues[1], tmpPtr, tmpLength)) {
		    Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, Tcl_ObjPrintf(
			    "procedure \"%s\": formal parameter \"%s\" has "
			    "default value inconsistent with precompiled body",
			    procName, fieldValues[0]));
		    ckfree(fieldValues);

		    Tcl_SetErrorCode(interp, "TCL", "OPERATION", "PROC",
			    "BYTECODELIES", NULL);
		    goto procError;
		}
	    }
	    if ((i == numArgs - 1)
		    && (localPtr->nameLength == 4)
................................................................................
	    localPtr = localPtr->nextPtr;
	} else {
	    /*
	     * Allocate an entry in the runtime procedure frame's array of
	     * local variables for the argument.
	     */

	    localPtr = ckalloc(TclOffset(CompiledLocal, name) + nameLength+1);
	    if (procPtr->firstLocalPtr == NULL) {
		procPtr->firstLocalPtr = procPtr->lastLocalPtr = localPtr;
	    } else {
		procPtr->lastLocalPtr->nextPtr = localPtr;
		procPtr->lastLocalPtr = localPtr;
	    }
	    localPtr->nextPtr = NULL;
	    localPtr->nameLength = nameLength;
	    localPtr->frameIndex = i;
	    localPtr->flags = VAR_ARGUMENT;
	    localPtr->resolveInfo = NULL;

	    if (fieldCount == 2) {
		localPtr->defValuePtr =
			Tcl_NewStringObj(fieldValues[1], valueLength);
		Tcl_IncrRefCount(localPtr->defValuePtr);
	    } else {
		localPtr->defValuePtr = NULL;
	    }
	    memcpy(localPtr->name, fieldValues[0], nameLength + 1);
	    if ((i == numArgs - 1)
		    && (localPtr->nameLength == 4)
		    && (localPtr->name[0] == 'a')
		    && (strcmp(localPtr->name, "args") == 0)) {
		localPtr->flags |= VAR_IS_ARGS;
	    }
	}

	ckfree(fieldValues);
    }

    *procPtrPtr = procPtr;
    ckfree(argArray);
    return TCL_OK;

  procError:
    if (precompiled) {
	procPtr->refCount--;
    } else {
	Tcl_DecrRefCount(bodyPtr);
................................................................................
		Tcl_DecrRefCount(defPtr);
	    }

	    ckfree(localPtr);
	}
	ckfree(procPtr);
    }
    if (argArray != NULL) {
	ckfree(argArray);
    }
    return TCL_ERROR;
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * TclGetFrame --







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    const char *procName,	/* Unqualified name of this proc. */
    Tcl_Obj *argsPtr,		/* Description of arguments. */
    Tcl_Obj *bodyPtr,		/* Command body. */
    Proc **procPtrPtr)		/* Returns: pointer to proc data. */
{
    Interp *iPtr = (Interp *) interp;


    register Proc *procPtr;
    int i, result, numArgs, plen;
    const char *bytes, *argname, *argnamei;
    char argnamelast;
    register CompiledLocal *localPtr = NULL;
    Tcl_Obj *defPtr, *errorObj, **argArray;
    int precompiled = 0;

    if (bodyPtr->typePtr == &tclProcBodyType) {
	/*
	 * Because the body is a TclProProcBody, the actual body is already
	 * compiled, and it is not shared with anyone else, so it's OK not to
	 * unshare it (as a matter of fact, it is bad to unshare it, because
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	 * means that the same code can not be shared by two procedures that
	 * have a different number of arguments, even if their bodies are
	 * identical. Note that we don't use Tcl_DuplicateObj since we would
	 * not want any bytecode internal representation.
	 */

	if (Tcl_IsShared(bodyPtr)) {
	    int length;
	    Tcl_Obj *sharedBodyPtr = bodyPtr;

	    bytes = TclGetStringFromObj(bodyPtr, &length);
	    bodyPtr = Tcl_NewStringObj(bytes, length);

	    /*
	     * TIP #280.
................................................................................
    }

    /*
     * Break up the argument list into argument specifiers, then process each
     * argument specifier. If the body is precompiled, processing is limited
     * to checking that the parsed argument is consistent with the one stored
     * in the Proc.
     */





    result = Tcl_ListObjGetElements(interp , argsPtr ,&numArgs ,&argArray);
    if (result != TCL_OK) {
	goto procError;
    }

    if (precompiled) {
	if (numArgs > procPtr->numArgs) {
	    Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, Tcl_ObjPrintf(
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	procPtr->numArgs = numArgs;
	procPtr->numCompiledLocals = numArgs;
    }

    for (i = 0; i < numArgs; i++) {
	int fieldCount, nameLength;
	size_t valueLength;
	Tcl_Obj **fieldValues;

	/*
	 * Now divide the specifier up into name and default.
	 */

	result = Tcl_ListObjGetElements(interp, argArray[i], &fieldCount,
		&fieldValues);
	if (result != TCL_OK) {
	    goto procError;
	}
	if (fieldCount > 2) {
	    errorObj = Tcl_NewStringObj(

		"too many fields in argument specifier \"", -1);
	    Tcl_AppendObjToObj(errorObj, argArray[i]);
	    Tcl_AppendToObj(errorObj, "\"", -1);
	    Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, errorObj);
	    Tcl_SetErrorCode(interp, "TCL", "OPERATION", "PROC",
		    "FORMALARGUMENTFORMAT", NULL);
	    goto procError;
	}
	if ((fieldCount == 0) || (fieldValues[0]->length == 0)) {

	    Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, Tcl_NewStringObj(
		    "argument with no name", -1));
	    Tcl_SetErrorCode(interp, "TCL", "OPERATION", "PROC",
		    "FORMALARGUMENTFORMAT", NULL);
	    goto procError;
	}

	nameLength = Tcl_NumUtfChars(Tcl_GetString(fieldValues[0]), fieldValues[0]->length);
	if (fieldCount == 2) {
	    valueLength = Tcl_NumUtfChars(Tcl_GetString(fieldValues[1]),
		fieldValues[1]->length);
	} else {
	    valueLength = 0;
	}

	/*
	 * Check that the formal parameter name is a scalar.
	 */

	argname = Tcl_GetStringFromObj(fieldValues[0], &plen);
	argnamei = argname;
	argnamelast = argname[plen-1];
	while (plen--) {
	    if (argnamei[0] == '(') {





		if (argnamelast == ')') {	/* We have an array element. */
		    Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, Tcl_ObjPrintf(
			    "formal parameter \"%s\" is an array element",
			    Tcl_GetString(fieldValues[0])));

		    Tcl_SetErrorCode(interp, "TCL", "OPERATION", "PROC",
			    "FORMALARGUMENTFORMAT", NULL);
		    goto procError;
		}
	    } else if ((argnamei[0] == ':') && (argnamei[1] == ':')) {

		errorObj = Tcl_NewStringObj("formal parameter \"", -1);
		Tcl_AppendObjToObj(errorObj, fieldValues[0]);
		Tcl_AppendToObj(errorObj, "\" is not a simple name", -1);
		Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, errorObj);
		Tcl_SetErrorCode(interp, "TCL", "OPERATION", "PROC",
			"FORMALARGUMENTFORMAT", NULL);
		goto procError;
	    }
	    argnamei = Tcl_UtfNext(argnamei);
	}

	if (precompiled) {
	    /*
	     * Compare the parsed argument with the stored one. Note that the
	     * only flag value that makes sense at this point is VAR_ARGUMENT
	     * (its value was kept the same as pre VarReform to simplify
................................................................................
	     *
	     * The only other flag vlaue that is important to retrieve from
	     * precompiled procs is VAR_TEMPORARY (also unchanged). It is
	     * needed later when retrieving the variable names.
	     */

	    if ((localPtr->nameLength != nameLength)
		    || (Tcl_UtfNcmp(localPtr->name, argname, nameLength))
		    || (localPtr->frameIndex != i)
		    || !(localPtr->flags & VAR_ARGUMENT)
		    || (localPtr->defValuePtr == NULL && fieldCount == 2)
		    || (localPtr->defValuePtr != NULL && fieldCount != 2)) {
		Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, Tcl_ObjPrintf(
			"procedure \"%s\": formal parameter %d is "
			"inconsistent with precompiled body", procName, i));

		Tcl_SetErrorCode(interp, "TCL", "OPERATION", "PROC",
			"BYTECODELIES", NULL);
		goto procError;
	    }

	    /*
	     * Compare the default value if any.
................................................................................
	     */

	    if (localPtr->defValuePtr != NULL) {
		const char *tmpPtr = TclGetString(localPtr->defValuePtr);
		size_t tmpLength = localPtr->defValuePtr->length;

		if ((valueLength != tmpLength) ||
			Tcl_UtfNcmp(Tcl_GetString(fieldValues[1]), tmpPtr, tmpLength)) {
		    errorObj = Tcl_ObjPrintf(
			    "procedure \"%s\": formal parameter \"" ,procName);
		    Tcl_AppendObjToObj(errorObj, fieldValues[0]);
		    Tcl_AppendToObj(errorObj, "\" has "
			"default value inconsistent with precompiled body", -1);
		    Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, errorObj);
		    Tcl_SetErrorCode(interp, "TCL", "OPERATION", "PROC",
			    "BYTECODELIES", NULL);
		    goto procError;
		}
	    }
	    if ((i == numArgs - 1)
		    && (localPtr->nameLength == 4)
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	    localPtr = localPtr->nextPtr;
	} else {
	    /*
	     * Allocate an entry in the runtime procedure frame's array of
	     * local variables for the argument.
	     */

	    localPtr = ckalloc(TclOffset(CompiledLocal, name) + fieldValues[0]->length +1);
	    if (procPtr->firstLocalPtr == NULL) {
		procPtr->firstLocalPtr = procPtr->lastLocalPtr = localPtr;
	    } else {
		procPtr->lastLocalPtr->nextPtr = localPtr;
		procPtr->lastLocalPtr = localPtr;
	    }
	    localPtr->nextPtr = NULL;
	    localPtr->nameLength = Tcl_NumUtfChars(argname, fieldValues[0]->length);
	    localPtr->frameIndex = i;
	    localPtr->flags = VAR_ARGUMENT;
	    localPtr->resolveInfo = NULL;

	    if (fieldCount == 2) {
		localPtr->defValuePtr = fieldValues[1];

		Tcl_IncrRefCount(localPtr->defValuePtr);
	    } else {
		localPtr->defValuePtr = NULL;
	    }
	    memcpy(localPtr->name, argname, fieldValues[0]->length + 1);
	    if ((i == numArgs - 1)
		    && (localPtr->nameLength == 4)
		    && (localPtr->name[0] == 'a')
		    && (strcmp(localPtr->name, "args") == 0)) {
		localPtr->flags |= VAR_IS_ARGS;
	    }
	}


    }

    *procPtrPtr = procPtr;

    return TCL_OK;

  procError:
    if (precompiled) {
	procPtr->refCount--;
    } else {
	Tcl_DecrRefCount(bodyPtr);
................................................................................
		Tcl_DecrRefCount(defPtr);
	    }

	    ckfree(localPtr);
	}
	ckfree(procPtr);
    }



    return TCL_ERROR;
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * TclGetFrame --

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/*
 * Function prototypes for local functions in this file:
 */

static Tcl_Obj **	GetKeys(void);
static void		ReleaseKeys(ClientData clientData);
static void		ResetObjResult(Interp *iPtr);
#ifndef TCL_NO_DEPRECATED
static void		SetupAppendBuffer(Interp *iPtr, int newSpace);
#endif /* !TCL_NO_DEPRECATED */

/*
 * This structure is used to take a snapshot of the interpreter state in
 * Tcl_SaveInterpState. You can snapshot the state, execute a command, and
 * then back up to the result or the error that was previously in progress.
 */

................................................................................

    /*
     * Move the result object into the save state. Note that we don't need to
     * change its refcount because we're moving it, not adding a new
     * reference. Put an empty object into the interpreter.
     */

    statePtr->objResultPtr = iPtr->objResultPtr;
    iPtr->objResultPtr = Tcl_NewObj();
    Tcl_IncrRefCount(iPtr->objResultPtr);

    /*
     * Save the string result.
     */

    statePtr->freeProc = iPtr->freeProc;
    if (iPtr->result == iPtr->resultSpace) {
	/*
	 * Copy the static string data out of the interp buffer.
	 */

	statePtr->result = statePtr->resultSpace;
	strcpy(statePtr->result, iPtr->result);
	statePtr->appendResult = NULL;
    } else if (iPtr->result == iPtr->appendResult) {
	/*
	 * Move the append buffer out of the interp.
	 */

	statePtr->appendResult = iPtr->appendResult;
	statePtr->appendAvl = iPtr->appendAvl;
	statePtr->appendUsed = iPtr->appendUsed;
	statePtr->result = statePtr->appendResult;
	iPtr->appendResult = NULL;
	iPtr->appendAvl = 0;
	iPtr->appendUsed = 0;
    } else {
	/*
	 * Move the dynamic or static string out of the interpreter.
	 */

	statePtr->result = iPtr->result;
	statePtr->appendResult = NULL;
    }

    iPtr->result = iPtr->resultSpace;
    iPtr->resultSpace[0] = 0;
    iPtr->freeProc = 0;
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_RestoreResult --
 *
................................................................................
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Interpreter being restored. */
    Tcl_SavedResult *statePtr)	/* State returned by Tcl_SaveResult. */
{
    Interp *iPtr = (Interp *) interp;

    Tcl_ResetResult(interp);

    /*
     * Restore the string result.
     */

    iPtr->freeProc = statePtr->freeProc;
    if (statePtr->result == statePtr->resultSpace) {
	/*
	 * Copy the static string data into the interp buffer.
	 */

	iPtr->result = iPtr->resultSpace;
	strcpy(iPtr->result, statePtr->result);
    } else if (statePtr->result == statePtr->appendResult) {
	/*
	 * Move the append buffer back into the interp.
	 */

	if (iPtr->appendResult != NULL) {
	    ckfree(iPtr->appendResult);
	}

	iPtr->appendResult = statePtr->appendResult;
	iPtr->appendAvl = statePtr->appendAvl;
	iPtr->appendUsed = statePtr->appendUsed;
	iPtr->result = iPtr->appendResult;
    } else {
	/*
	 * Move the dynamic or static string back into the interpreter.
	 */

	iPtr->result = statePtr->result;
    }

    /*
     * Restore the object result.
     */

    Tcl_DecrRefCount(iPtr->objResultPtr);
    iPtr->objResultPtr = statePtr->objResultPtr;
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_DiscardResult --
 *
................................................................................
 */

#undef Tcl_DiscardResult
void
Tcl_DiscardResult(
    Tcl_SavedResult *statePtr)	/* State returned by Tcl_SaveResult. */
{
    TclDecrRefCount(statePtr->objResultPtr);

    if (statePtr->result == statePtr->appendResult) {
	ckfree(statePtr->appendResult);
    } else if (statePtr->freeProc == TCL_DYNAMIC) {
        ckfree(statePtr->result);
    } else if (statePtr->freeProc) {
        statePtr->freeProc(statePtr->result);
    }
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_SetResult --
 *
................................................................................
				 * return value. */
    register char *result,	/* Value to be returned. If NULL, the result
				 * is set to an empty string. */
    Tcl_FreeProc *freeProc)	/* Gives information about the string:
				 * TCL_STATIC, TCL_VOLATILE, or the address of
				 * a Tcl_FreeProc such as free. */
{
    Interp *iPtr = (Interp *) interp;
    register Tcl_FreeProc *oldFreeProc = iPtr->freeProc;
    char *oldResult = iPtr->result;

    if (result == NULL) {
	iPtr->resultSpace[0] = 0;
	iPtr->result = iPtr->resultSpace;
	iPtr->freeProc = 0;
    } else if (freeProc == TCL_VOLATILE) {
	int length = strlen(result);

	if (length > TCL_RESULT_SIZE) {
	    iPtr->result = ckalloc(length + 1);
	    iPtr->freeProc = TCL_DYNAMIC;
	} else {
	    iPtr->result = iPtr->resultSpace;
	    iPtr->freeProc = 0;
	}
	memcpy(iPtr->result, result, (unsigned) length+1);
    } else {
	iPtr->result = (char *) result;
	iPtr->freeProc = freeProc;
    }

    /*
     * If the old result was dynamically-allocated, free it up. Do it here,
     * rather than at the beginning, in case the new result value was part of
     * the old result value.
     */

    if (oldFreeProc != 0) {
	if (oldFreeProc == TCL_DYNAMIC) {
	    ckfree(oldResult);
	} else {
	    oldFreeProc(oldResult);
	}
    }

    /*
     * Reset the object result since we just set the string result.
     */

    ResetObjResult(iPtr);
}
#endif /* !TCL_NO_DEPRECATED */
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_GetStringResult --
................................................................................
 */

const char *
Tcl_GetStringResult(
    register Tcl_Interp *interp)/* Interpreter whose result to return. */
{
    Interp *iPtr = (Interp *) interp;
#ifdef TCL_NO_DEPRECATED
    return Tcl_GetString(iPtr->objResultPtr);
#else
    /*
     * If the string result is empty, move the object result to the string
     * result, then reset the object result.
     */

    if (*(iPtr->result) == 0) {
	Tcl_SetResult(interp, TclGetString(Tcl_GetObjResult(interp)),
		TCL_VOLATILE);
    }
    return iPtr->result;
#endif

}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_SetObjResult --
 *
................................................................................

    /*
     * We wait until the end to release the old object result, in case we are
     * setting the result to itself.
     */

    TclDecrRefCount(oldObjResult);

#ifndef TCL_NO_DEPRECATED
    /*
     * Reset the string result since we just set the result object.
     */

    if (iPtr->freeProc != NULL) {
	if (iPtr->freeProc == TCL_DYNAMIC) {
	    ckfree(iPtr->result);
	} else {
	    iPtr->freeProc(iPtr->result);
	}
	iPtr->freeProc = 0;
    }
    iPtr->result = iPtr->resultSpace;
    iPtr->resultSpace[0] = 0;
#endif
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_GetObjResult --
 *
................................................................................
 */

Tcl_Obj *
Tcl_GetObjResult(
    Tcl_Interp *interp)		/* Interpreter whose result to return. */
{
    register Interp *iPtr = (Interp *) interp;
#ifndef TCL_NO_DEPRECATED
    Tcl_Obj *objResultPtr;
    int length;

    /*
     * If the string result is non-empty, move the string result to the object
     * result, then reset the string result.
     */

    if (iPtr->result[0] != 0) {
	ResetObjResult(iPtr);

	objResultPtr = iPtr->objResultPtr;
	length = strlen(iPtr->result);
	TclInitStringRep(objResultPtr, iPtr->result, length);

	if (iPtr->freeProc != NULL) {
	    if (iPtr->freeProc == TCL_DYNAMIC) {
		ckfree(iPtr->result);
	    } else {
		iPtr->freeProc(iPtr->result);
	    }
	    iPtr->freeProc = 0;
	}
	iPtr->result = iPtr->resultSpace;
	iPtr->result[0] = 0;
    }
#endif /* !TCL_NO_DEPRECATED */
    return iPtr->objResultPtr;
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_AppendResultVA --
................................................................................
    Tcl_Obj *objPtr = Tcl_GetObjResult(interp);

    if (Tcl_IsShared(objPtr)) {
	objPtr = Tcl_DuplicateObj(objPtr);
    }
    Tcl_AppendStringsToObjVA(objPtr, argList);
    Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, objPtr);

    /*
     * Strictly we should call Tcl_GetStringResult(interp) here to make sure
     * that interp->result is correct according to the old contract, but that
     * makes the performance of much code (e.g. in Tk) absolutely awful. So we
     * leave it out; code that really wants interp->result can just insert the
     * calls to Tcl_GetStringResult() itself. [Patch 1041072 discussion]
     */

#ifdef USE_INTERP_RESULT
    /*
     * Ensure that the interp->result is legal so old Tcl 7.* code still
     * works. There's still embarrasingly much of it about...
     */

    (void) Tcl_GetStringResult(interp);
#endif /* USE_INTERP_RESULT */
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_AppendResult --
 *
................................................................................
Tcl_AppendElement(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Interpreter whose result is to be
				 * extended. */
    const char *element)	/* String to convert to list element and add
				 * to result. */
{
    Interp *iPtr = (Interp *) interp;
#ifdef TCL_NO_DEPRECATED
    Tcl_Obj *elementPtr = Tcl_NewStringObj(element, -1);
    Tcl_Obj *listPtr = Tcl_NewListObj(1, &elementPtr);
    const char *bytes;

    if (Tcl_IsShared(iPtr->objResultPtr)) {
	Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, Tcl_DuplicateObj(iPtr->objResultPtr));
    }
    bytes = TclGetString(iPtr->objResultPtr);
    if (TclNeedSpace(bytes, bytes+iPtr->objResultPtr->length)) {
	Tcl_AppendToObj(iPtr->objResultPtr, " ", 1);
    }
    Tcl_AppendObjToObj(iPtr->objResultPtr, listPtr);
    Tcl_DecrRefCount(listPtr);
#else
    char *dst;
    int size;
    int flags;

    /*
     * If the string result is empty, move the object result to the string
     * result, then reset the object result.
     */

    (void) Tcl_GetStringResult(interp);

    /*
     * See how much space is needed, and grow the append buffer if needed to
     * accommodate the list element.
     */

    size = Tcl_ScanElement(element, &flags) + 1;
    if ((iPtr->result != iPtr->appendResult)
	    || (iPtr->appendResult[iPtr->appendUsed] != 0)
	    || ((size + iPtr->appendUsed) >= iPtr->appendAvl)) {
	SetupAppendBuffer(iPtr, size+iPtr->appendUsed);
    }

    /*
     * Convert the string into a list element and copy it to the buffer that's
     * forming, with a space separator if needed.
     */

    dst = iPtr->appendResult + iPtr->appendUsed;
    if (TclNeedSpace(iPtr->appendResult, dst)) {
	iPtr->appendUsed++;
	*dst = ' ';
	dst++;

	/*
	 * If we need a space to separate this element from preceding stuff,
	 * then this element will not lead a list, and need not have it's
	 * leading '#' quoted.
	 */

	flags |= TCL_DONT_QUOTE_HASH;
    }
    iPtr->appendUsed += Tcl_ConvertElement(element, dst, flags);
#endif /* !TCL_NO_DEPRECATED */
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * SetupAppendBuffer --
 *
 *	This function makes sure that there is an append buffer properly
 *	initialized, if necessary, from the interpreter's result, and that it
 *	has at least enough room to accommodate newSpace new bytes of
 *	information.
 *
 * Results:
 *	None.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	None.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

#ifndef TCL_NO_DEPRECATED
static void
SetupAppendBuffer(
    Interp *iPtr,		/* Interpreter whose result is being set up. */
    int newSpace)		/* Make sure that at least this many bytes of
				 * new information may be added. */
{
    int totalSpace;

    /*
     * Make the append buffer larger, if that's necessary, then copy the
     * result into the append buffer and make the append buffer the official
     * Tcl result.
     */

    if (iPtr->result != iPtr->appendResult) {
	/*
	 * If an oversized buffer was used recently, then free it up so we go
	 * back to a smaller buffer. This avoids tying up memory forever after
	 * a large operation.
	 */

	if (iPtr->appendAvl > 500) {
	    ckfree(iPtr->appendResult);
	    iPtr->appendResult = NULL;
	    iPtr->appendAvl = 0;
	}
	iPtr->appendUsed = strlen(iPtr->result);
    } else if (iPtr->result[iPtr->appendUsed] != 0) {
	/*
	 * Most likely someone has modified a result created by
	 * Tcl_AppendResult et al. so that it has a different size. Just
	 * recompute the size.
	 */

	iPtr->appendUsed = strlen(iPtr->result);
    }

    totalSpace = newSpace + iPtr->appendUsed;
    if (totalSpace >= iPtr->appendAvl) {
	char *new;

	if (totalSpace < 100) {
	    totalSpace = 200;
	} else {
	    totalSpace *= 2;
	}
	new = ckalloc(totalSpace);
	strcpy(new, iPtr->result);
	if (iPtr->appendResult != NULL) {
	    ckfree(iPtr->appendResult);
	}
	iPtr->appendResult = new;
	iPtr->appendAvl = totalSpace;
    } else if (iPtr->result != iPtr->appendResult) {
	strcpy(iPtr->appendResult, iPtr->result);
    }

    Tcl_FreeResult((Tcl_Interp *) iPtr);
    iPtr->result = iPtr->appendResult;
}
#endif /* !TCL_NO_DEPRECATED */
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_FreeResult --
 *
 *	This function frees up the memory associated with an interpreter's
 *	string result. It also resets the interpreter's result object.
 *	Tcl_FreeResult is most commonly used when a function is about to
 *	replace one result value with another.
 *
 * Results:
 *	None.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	Frees the memory associated with interp's string result and sets
 *	interp->freeProc to zero, but does not change interp->result or clear
 *	error state. Resets interp's result object to an unshared empty
 *	object.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

void
Tcl_FreeResult(
    register Tcl_Interp *interp)/* Interpreter for which to free result. */
{
    register Interp *iPtr = (Interp *) interp;

#ifndef TCL_NO_DEPRECATED
    if (iPtr->freeProc != NULL) {
	if (iPtr->freeProc == TCL_DYNAMIC) {
	    ckfree(iPtr->result);
	} else {
	    iPtr->freeProc(iPtr->result);
	}
	iPtr->freeProc = 0;
    }

#endif /* !TCL_NO_DEPRECATED */
    ResetObjResult(iPtr);
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_ResetResult --
................................................................................
void
Tcl_ResetResult(
    register Tcl_Interp *interp)/* Interpreter for which to clear result. */
{
    register Interp *iPtr = (Interp *) interp;

    ResetObjResult(iPtr);
#ifndef TCL_NO_DEPRECATED
    if (iPtr->freeProc != NULL) {
	if (iPtr->freeProc == TCL_DYNAMIC) {
	    ckfree(iPtr->result);
	} else {
	    iPtr->freeProc(iPtr->result);
	}
	iPtr->freeProc = 0;
    }
    iPtr->result = iPtr->resultSpace;
    iPtr->resultSpace[0] = 0;
#endif /* !TCL_NO_DEPRECATED */
    if (iPtr->errorCode) {
	/* Legacy support */
	if (iPtr->flags & ERR_LEGACY_COPY) {
	    Tcl_ObjSetVar2(interp, iPtr->ecVar, NULL,
		    iPtr->errorCode, TCL_GLOBAL_ONLY);
	}
	Tcl_DecrRefCount(iPtr->errorCode);







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/*
 * Function prototypes for local functions in this file:
 */

static Tcl_Obj **	GetKeys(void);
static void		ReleaseKeys(ClientData clientData);
static void		ResetObjResult(Interp *iPtr);




/*
 * This structure is used to take a snapshot of the interpreter state in
 * Tcl_SaveInterpState. You can snapshot the state, execute a command, and
 * then back up to the result or the error that was previously in progress.
 */

................................................................................

    /*
     * Move the result object into the save state. Note that we don't need to
     * change its refcount because we're moving it, not adding a new
     * reference. Put an empty object into the interpreter.
     */

    *statePtr = iPtr->objResultPtr;
    iPtr->objResultPtr = Tcl_NewObj();
    Tcl_IncrRefCount(iPtr->objResultPtr);






































}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_RestoreResult --
 *
................................................................................
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Interpreter being restored. */
    Tcl_SavedResult *statePtr)	/* State returned by Tcl_SaveResult. */
{
    Interp *iPtr = (Interp *) interp;

    Tcl_ResetResult(interp);


































    /*
     * Restore the object result.
     */

    Tcl_DecrRefCount(iPtr->objResultPtr);
    iPtr->objResultPtr = *statePtr;
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_DiscardResult --
 *
................................................................................
 */

#undef Tcl_DiscardResult
void
Tcl_DiscardResult(
    Tcl_SavedResult *statePtr)	/* State returned by Tcl_SaveResult. */
{
    Tcl_DecrRefCount(*statePtr);








}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_SetResult --
 *
................................................................................
				 * return value. */
    register char *result,	/* Value to be returned. If NULL, the result
				 * is set to an empty string. */
    Tcl_FreeProc *freeProc)	/* Gives information about the string:
				 * TCL_STATIC, TCL_VOLATILE, or the address of
				 * a Tcl_FreeProc such as free. */
{
    Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, Tcl_NewStringObj(result, -1));
    if (result == NULL || freeProc == NULL || freeProc == TCL_VOLATILE) {
	return;
    }




    if (freeProc == TCL_DYNAMIC) {
	ckfree(result);




    } else {

	(*freeProc)(result);
    }

























}
#endif /* !TCL_NO_DEPRECATED */
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_GetStringResult --
................................................................................
 */

const char *
Tcl_GetStringResult(
    register Tcl_Interp *interp)/* Interpreter whose result to return. */
{
    Interp *iPtr = (Interp *) interp;














    return Tcl_GetString(iPtr->objResultPtr);
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_SetObjResult --
 *
................................................................................

    /*
     * We wait until the end to release the old object result, in case we are
     * setting the result to itself.
     */

    TclDecrRefCount(oldObjResult);

















}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_GetObjResult --
 *
................................................................................
 */

Tcl_Obj *
Tcl_GetObjResult(
    Tcl_Interp *interp)		/* Interpreter whose result to return. */
{
    register Interp *iPtr = (Interp *) interp;




























    return iPtr->objResultPtr;
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_AppendResultVA --
................................................................................
    Tcl_Obj *objPtr = Tcl_GetObjResult(interp);

    if (Tcl_IsShared(objPtr)) {
	objPtr = Tcl_DuplicateObj(objPtr);
    }
    Tcl_AppendStringsToObjVA(objPtr, argList);
    Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, objPtr);

















}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_AppendResult --
 *
................................................................................
Tcl_AppendElement(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Interpreter whose result is to be
				 * extended. */
    const char *element)	/* String to convert to list element and add
				 * to result. */
{
    Interp *iPtr = (Interp *) interp;

    Tcl_Obj *elementPtr = Tcl_NewStringObj(element, -1);
    Tcl_Obj *listPtr = Tcl_NewListObj(1, &elementPtr);
    const char *bytes;

    if (Tcl_IsShared(iPtr->objResultPtr)) {
	Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, Tcl_DuplicateObj(iPtr->objResultPtr));
    }
    bytes = TclGetString(iPtr->objResultPtr);
    if (TclNeedSpace(bytes, bytes+iPtr->objResultPtr->length)) {
	Tcl_AppendToObj(iPtr->objResultPtr, " ", 1);
    }
    Tcl_AppendObjToObj(iPtr->objResultPtr, listPtr);
    Tcl_DecrRefCount(listPtr);




}




 


/*



































 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *


















































































 * Tcl_FreeResult --
 *
 *	This function frees up the memory associated with an interpreter's
 *	result, resetting the interpreter's result object.  Tcl_FreeResult is
 *	most commonly used when a function is about to replace one result
 *	value with another.
 *
 * Results:
 *	None.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	Frees the memory associated with interp's result but does not change
 *	any part of the error dictionary (i.e., the errorinfo and errorcode
 *	remain the same).

 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

void
Tcl_FreeResult(
    register Tcl_Interp *interp)/* Interpreter for which to free result. */
{
    register Interp *iPtr = (Interp *) interp;












    ResetObjResult(iPtr);
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_ResetResult --
................................................................................
void
Tcl_ResetResult(
    register Tcl_Interp *interp)/* Interpreter for which to clear result. */
{
    register Interp *iPtr = (Interp *) interp;

    ResetObjResult(iPtr);












    if (iPtr->errorCode) {
	/* Legacy support */
	if (iPtr->flags & ERR_LEGACY_COPY) {
	    Tcl_ObjSetVar2(interp, iPtr->ecVar, NULL,
		    iPtr->errorCode, TCL_GLOBAL_ONLY);
	}
	Tcl_DecrRefCount(iPtr->errorCode);

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	    break;
	}
	case 'c':
	    /*
	     * Scan a single Unicode character.
	     */

	    string += TclUtfToUniChar(string, &sch);








	    if (!(flags & SCAN_SUPPRESS)) {
		objPtr = Tcl_NewIntObj((int)sch);
		Tcl_IncrRefCount(objPtr);
		CLANG_ASSERT(objs);
		objs[objIndex++] = objPtr;
	    }
	    break;

	case 'i':







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	}
	case 'c':
	    /*
	     * Scan a single Unicode character.
	     */

	    offset = TclUtfToUniChar(string, &sch);
	    i = (int)sch;
#if TCL_UTF_MAX == 4
	    if (!offset) {
		offset = Tcl_UtfToUniChar(string, &sch);
		i = (((i<<10) & 0x0FFC00) + 0x10000) + (sch & 0x3FF);
	    }
#endif
	    string += offset;
	    if (!(flags & SCAN_SUPPRESS)) {
		objPtr = Tcl_NewIntObj(i);
		Tcl_IncrRefCount(objPtr);
		CLANG_ASSERT(objs);
		objs[objIndex++] = objPtr;
	    }
	    break;

	case 'i':

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    const char **endPtrPtr,	/* Place to store pointer to the character
				 * that terminated the scan. */
    int flags)			/* Flags governing the parse. */
{
    enum State {
	INITIAL, SIGNUM, ZERO, ZERO_X,
	ZERO_O, ZERO_B, ZERO_D, BINARY,
	HEXADECIMAL, OCTAL, BAD_OCTAL, DECIMAL,
	LEADING_RADIX_POINT, FRACTION,
	EXPONENT_START, EXPONENT_SIGNUM, EXPONENT,
	sI, sIN, sINF, sINFI, sINFIN, sINFINI, sINFINIT, sINFINITY
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	, sN, sNA, sNAN, sNANPAREN, sNANHEX, sNANFINISH
#endif
    } state = INITIAL;
................................................................................
				 * an acceptable number. */
    size_t acceptLen;		/* Number of characters following that
				 * point. */
    int status = TCL_OK;	/* Status to return to caller. */
    char d = 0;			/* Last hexadecimal digit scanned; initialized
				 * to avoid a compiler warning. */
    int shift = 0;		/* Amount to shift when accumulating binary */
    int explicitOctal = 0;

#define ALL_BITS	(~(Tcl_WideUInt)0)
#define MOST_BITS	(ALL_BITS >> 1)

    /*
     * Initialize bytes to start of the object's string rep if the caller
     * didn't pass anything else.
................................................................................
		state = ZERO_B;
		break;
	    }
	    if (flags & TCL_PARSE_BINARY_ONLY) {
		goto zerob;
	    }
	    if (c == 'o' || c == 'O') {
		explicitOctal = 1;
		state = ZERO_O;
		break;
	    }
	    if (c == 'd' || c == 'D') {
		state = ZERO_D;
		break;
	    }
#ifdef TCL_NO_DEPRECATED
	    goto decimal;
#endif
	    /* FALLTHROUGH */

	case OCTAL:
	    /*
	     * Scanned an optional + or -, followed by a string of octal
	     * digits. Acceptable inputs are more digits, period, or E. If 8
	     * or 9 is encountered, commit to floating point.
	     */
................................................................................
		} else {
		    numSigDigs = 1;
		}
		numTrailZeros = 0;
		state = OCTAL;
		break;
	    }
	    /* FALLTHROUGH */

	case BAD_OCTAL:
	    if (explicitOctal) {
		/*
		 * No forgiveness for bad digits in explicitly octal numbers.
		 */

		goto endgame;
	    }
	    if (flags & TCL_PARSE_INTEGER_ONLY) {
		/*
		 * No seeking floating point when parsing only integer.
		 */

		goto endgame;
	    }
#ifndef TCL_NO_DEPRECATED

	    /*
	     * Scanned a number with a leading zero that contains an 8, 9,
	     * radix point or E. This is an invalid octal number, but might
	     * still be floating point.
	     */

	    if (c == '0') {
		numTrailZeros++;
		state = BAD_OCTAL;
		break;
	    } else if (isdigit(UCHAR(c))) {
		if (objPtr != NULL) {
		    significandOverflow = AccumulateDecimalDigit(
			    (unsigned)(c-'0'), numTrailZeros,
			    &significandWide, &significandBig,
			    significandOverflow);
		}
		if (numSigDigs != 0) {
		    numSigDigs += (numTrailZeros + 1);
		} else {
		    numSigDigs = 1;
		}
		numTrailZeros = 0;
		state = BAD_OCTAL;
		break;
	    } else if (c == '.') {
		state = FRACTION;
		break;
	    } else if (c == 'E' || c == 'e') {
		state = EXPONENT_START;
		break;
	    }
#endif
	    goto endgame;

	    /*
	     * Scanned 0x. If state is HEXADECIMAL, scanned at least one
	     * character following the 0x. The only acceptable inputs are
	     * hexadecimal digits.
	     */
................................................................................

	case DECIMAL:
	    /*
	     * Scanned an optional + or - followed by a string of decimal
	     * digits.
	     */

#ifdef TCL_NO_DEPRECATED
	decimal:
#endif
	    acceptState = state;
	    acceptPoint = p;
	    acceptLen = len;
	    if (c == '0') {
		numTrailZeros++;
		state = DECIMAL;
		break;
................................................................................
     * Generate and store the appropriate internal rep.
     */

    if (status == TCL_OK && objPtr != NULL) {
	TclFreeIntRep(objPtr);
	switch (acceptState) {
	case SIGNUM:
	case BAD_OCTAL:
	case ZERO_X:
	case ZERO_O:
	case ZERO_B:
	case ZERO_D:
	case LEADING_RADIX_POINT:
	case EXPONENT_START:
	case EXPONENT_SIGNUM:
................................................................................
    if (status != TCL_OK) {
	if (interp != NULL) {
	    Tcl_Obj *msg = Tcl_ObjPrintf("expected %s but got \"",
		    expected);

	    Tcl_AppendLimitedToObj(msg, bytes, numBytes, 50, "");
	    Tcl_AppendToObj(msg, "\"", -1);
	    if (state == BAD_OCTAL) {
		Tcl_AppendToObj(msg, " (looks like invalid octal number)", -1);
	    }
	    Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, msg);
	    Tcl_SetErrorCode(interp, "TCL", "VALUE", "NUMBER", NULL);
	}
    }

    /*
     * Free memory.







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				 * that terminated the scan. */
    int flags)			/* Flags governing the parse. */
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    enum State {
	INITIAL, SIGNUM, ZERO, ZERO_X,
	ZERO_O, ZERO_B, ZERO_D, BINARY,
	HEXADECIMAL, OCTAL, DECIMAL,
	LEADING_RADIX_POINT, FRACTION,
	EXPONENT_START, EXPONENT_SIGNUM, EXPONENT,
	sI, sIN, sINF, sINFI, sINFIN, sINFINI, sINFINIT, sINFINITY
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	, sN, sNA, sNAN, sNANPAREN, sNANHEX, sNANFINISH
#endif
    } state = INITIAL;
................................................................................
				 * an acceptable number. */
    size_t acceptLen;		/* Number of characters following that
				 * point. */
    int status = TCL_OK;	/* Status to return to caller. */
    char d = 0;			/* Last hexadecimal digit scanned; initialized
				 * to avoid a compiler warning. */
    int shift = 0;		/* Amount to shift when accumulating binary */


#define ALL_BITS	(~(Tcl_WideUInt)0)
#define MOST_BITS	(ALL_BITS >> 1)

    /*
     * Initialize bytes to start of the object's string rep if the caller
     * didn't pass anything else.
................................................................................
		state = ZERO_B;
		break;
	    }
	    if (flags & TCL_PARSE_BINARY_ONLY) {
		goto zerob;
	    }
	    if (c == 'o' || c == 'O') {

		state = ZERO_O;
		break;
	    }
	    if (c == 'd' || c == 'D') {
		state = ZERO_D;
		break;
	    }

	    goto decimal;



	case OCTAL:
	    /*
	     * Scanned an optional + or -, followed by a string of octal
	     * digits. Acceptable inputs are more digits, period, or E. If 8
	     * or 9 is encountered, commit to floating point.
	     */
................................................................................
		} else {
		    numSigDigs = 1;
		}
		numTrailZeros = 0;
		state = OCTAL;
		break;
	    }




















































	    goto endgame;

	    /*
	     * Scanned 0x. If state is HEXADECIMAL, scanned at least one
	     * character following the 0x. The only acceptable inputs are
	     * hexadecimal digits.
	     */
................................................................................

	case DECIMAL:
	    /*
	     * Scanned an optional + or - followed by a string of decimal
	     * digits.
	     */


	decimal:

	    acceptState = state;
	    acceptPoint = p;
	    acceptLen = len;
	    if (c == '0') {
		numTrailZeros++;
		state = DECIMAL;
		break;
................................................................................
     * Generate and store the appropriate internal rep.
     */

    if (status == TCL_OK && objPtr != NULL) {
	TclFreeIntRep(objPtr);
	switch (acceptState) {
	case SIGNUM:

	case ZERO_X:
	case ZERO_O:
	case ZERO_B:
	case ZERO_D:
	case LEADING_RADIX_POINT:
	case EXPONENT_START:
	case EXPONENT_SIGNUM:
................................................................................
    if (status != TCL_OK) {
	if (interp != NULL) {
	    Tcl_Obj *msg = Tcl_ObjPrintf("expected %s but got \"",
		    expected);

	    Tcl_AppendLimitedToObj(msg, bytes, numBytes, 50, "");
	    Tcl_AppendToObj(msg, "\"", -1);



	    Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, msg);
	    Tcl_SetErrorCode(interp, "TCL", "VALUE", "NUMBER", NULL);
	}
    }

    /*
     * Free memory.

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	    /*
	     * Create a non-empty, pure unicode value, so we can coax
	     * Tcl_SetObjLength into growing the unicode rep buffer.
	     */

	    ch = 0;
	    objPtr = Tcl_NewUnicodeObj(&ch, 1);
	    Tcl_SetObjLength(objPtr, stringPtr->numChars);
	    to = Tcl_GetUnicode(objPtr);
	    while (--src >= from) {
		*to++ = *src;
	    }
	} else {
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    Tcl_Obj *objPtr,
    const char *bytes,
    int numBytes,
    int numAppendChars)
{
    String *stringPtr = GET_STRING(objPtr);
    int needed, numOrigChars = 0;
    Tcl_UniChar *dst;

    if (stringPtr->hasUnicode) {
	numOrigChars = stringPtr->numChars;
    }
    if (numAppendChars == -1) {
	TclNumUtfChars(numAppendChars, bytes, numBytes);
    }
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    stringPtr->hasUnicode = 1;
    if (bytes) {
	stringPtr->numChars = needed;
    } else {
	numAppendChars = 0;
    }
    for (dst=stringPtr->unicode + numOrigChars; numAppendChars-- > 0; dst++) {
	bytes += TclUtfToUniChar(bytes, dst);

    }
    *dst = 0;
}
 
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	    /*
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	     * Tcl_SetObjLength into growing the unicode rep buffer.
	     */


	    objPtr = Tcl_NewUnicodeObj(&ch, 1);
	    Tcl_SetObjLength(objPtr, stringPtr->numChars);
	    to = Tcl_GetUnicode(objPtr);
	    while (--src >= from) {
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	    }
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    const char *bytes,
    int numBytes,
    int numAppendChars)
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    int needed, numOrigChars = 0;
    Tcl_UniChar *dst, unichar = 0;

    if (stringPtr->hasUnicode) {
	numOrigChars = stringPtr->numChars;
    }
    if (numAppendChars == -1) {
	TclNumUtfChars(numAppendChars, bytes, numBytes);
    }
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    if (bytes) {
	stringPtr->numChars = needed;
    } else {
	numAppendChars = 0;
    }
    for (dst=stringPtr->unicode + numOrigChars; numAppendChars-- > 0; dst++) {
	bytes += TclUtfToUniChar(bytes, &unichar);
	*dst = unichar;
    }
    *dst = 0;
}
 
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     * We can't optimize this check by caching tclStubsPtr because that
     * prevents apps from being able to load/unload Tcl dynamically multiple
     * times. [Bug 615304]
     */

    if (!stubsPtr || (stubsPtr->magic != (((exact&0xff00) >= 0x900) ? magic : TCL_STUB_MAGIC))) {
	iPtr->result = (char *)"interpreter uses an incompatible stubs mechanism";
	iPtr->freeProc = 0;
	return NULL;
    }

    actualVersion = stubsPtr->tcl_PkgRequireEx(interp, "Tcl", version, 0, &pkgData);
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     * We can't optimize this check by caching tclStubsPtr because that
     * prevents apps from being able to load/unload Tcl dynamically multiple
     * times. [Bug 615304]
     */

    if (!stubsPtr || (stubsPtr->magic != (((exact&0xff00) >= 0x900) ? magic : TCL_STUB_MAGIC))) {
	iPtr->legacyResult = "interpreter uses an incompatible stubs mechanism";
	iPtr->legacyFreeProc = 0; /* TCL_STATIC */
	return NULL;
    }

    actualVersion = stubsPtr->tcl_PkgRequireEx(interp, "Tcl", version, 0, &pkgData);
    if (actualVersion == NULL) {
	return NULL;
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TestsaveresultCmd(
    ClientData dummy,		/* Not used. */
    register Tcl_Interp *interp,/* Current interpreter. */
    int objc,			/* Number of arguments. */
    Tcl_Obj *const objv[])	/* The argument objects. */
{
    Interp* iPtr = (Interp*) interp;
    int discard, result, index;
    Tcl_SavedResult state;
    Tcl_Obj *objPtr;
    static const char *const optionStrings[] = {
	"append", "dynamic", "free", "object", "small", NULL
    };
    enum options {
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	Tcl_DiscardResult(&state);
    } else {
	Tcl_RestoreResult(interp, &state);
	result = TCL_OK;
    }

    switch ((enum options) index) {
    case RESULT_DYNAMIC: {
	int presentOrFreed = (iPtr->freeProc == TestsaveresultFree) ^ freeCount;

	Tcl_AppendElement(interp, presentOrFreed ? "presentOrFreed" : "missingOrLeak");
	break;
    }
    case RESULT_OBJECT:
	Tcl_AppendElement(interp, Tcl_GetObjResult(interp) == objPtr
		? "same" : "different");
	break;
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	break;
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    ClientData dummy,		/* Not used. */
    register Tcl_Interp *interp,/* Current interpreter. */
    int objc,			/* Number of arguments. */
    Tcl_Obj *const objv[])	/* The argument objects. */
{

    int discard, result, index;
    Tcl_SavedResult state;
    Tcl_Obj *objPtr;
    static const char *const optionStrings[] = {
	"append", "dynamic", "free", "object", "small", NULL
    };
    enum options {
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	Tcl_DiscardResult(&state);
    } else {
	Tcl_RestoreResult(interp, &state);
	result = TCL_OK;
    }

    switch ((enum options) index) {
    case RESULT_DYNAMIC:


	Tcl_AppendElement(interp, freeCount ? "freed" : "leak");
	break;

    case RESULT_OBJECT:
	Tcl_AppendElement(interp, Tcl_GetObjResult(interp) == objPtr
		? "same" : "different");
	break;
    default:
	break;
    }

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Tcl_DStringGetResult(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Interpreter whose result is to be reset. */
    Tcl_DString *dsPtr)		/* Dynamic string that is to become the result
				 * of interp. */
{
#ifdef TCL_NO_DEPRECATED
    Tcl_Obj *obj = Tcl_GetObjResult(interp);
    const char *bytes = TclGetString(obj);

    Tcl_DStringFree(dsPtr);
    Tcl_DStringAppend(dsPtr, bytes, obj->length);
    Tcl_ResetResult(interp);
#else
    Interp *iPtr = (Interp *) interp;

    if (dsPtr->string != dsPtr->staticSpace) {
	ckfree(dsPtr->string);
    }

    /*
     * Do more efficient transfer when we know the result is a Tcl_Obj. When
     * there's no string result, we only have to deal with two cases:
     *
     *  1. When the string rep is the empty string, when we don't copy but
     *     instead use the staticSpace in the DString to hold an empty string.

     *  2. When the string rep is not there or there's a real string rep, when
     *     we use Tcl_GetString to fetch (or generate) the string rep - which
     *     we know to have been allocated with ckalloc() - and use it to
     *     populate the DString space. Then, we free the internal rep. and set
     *     the object's string representation back to the canonical empty
     *     string.
     */

    if (!iPtr->result[0] && iPtr->objResultPtr
	    && !Tcl_IsShared(iPtr->objResultPtr)) {
	if (iPtr->objResultPtr->bytes == &tclEmptyString) {
	    dsPtr->string = dsPtr->staticSpace;
	    dsPtr->string[0] = 0;
	    dsPtr->length = 0;
	    dsPtr->spaceAvl = TCL_DSTRING_STATIC_SIZE;
	} else {
	    dsPtr->string = TclGetString(iPtr->objResultPtr);
	    dsPtr->length = iPtr->objResultPtr->length;
	    dsPtr->spaceAvl = dsPtr->length + 1;
	    TclFreeIntRep(iPtr->objResultPtr);
	    iPtr->objResultPtr->bytes = &tclEmptyString;
	    iPtr->objResultPtr->length = 0;
	}
	return;
    }

    /*
     * If the string result is empty, move the object result to the string
     * result, then reset the object result.
     */

    (void) Tcl_GetStringResult(interp);

    dsPtr->length = strlen(iPtr->result);
    if (iPtr->freeProc != NULL) {
	if (iPtr->freeProc == TCL_DYNAMIC) {
	    dsPtr->string = iPtr->result;
	    dsPtr->spaceAvl = dsPtr->length+1;
	} else {
	    dsPtr->string = ckalloc(dsPtr->length+1);
	    memcpy(dsPtr->string, iPtr->result, (unsigned) dsPtr->length+1);
	    iPtr->freeProc(iPtr->result);
	}
	dsPtr->spaceAvl = dsPtr->length+1;
	iPtr->freeProc = NULL;
    } else {
	if (dsPtr->length < TCL_DSTRING_STATIC_SIZE) {
	    dsPtr->string = dsPtr->staticSpace;
	    dsPtr->spaceAvl = TCL_DSTRING_STATIC_SIZE;
	} else {
	    dsPtr->string = ckalloc(dsPtr->length+1);
	    dsPtr->spaceAvl = dsPtr->length + 1;
	}
	memcpy(dsPtr->string, iPtr->result, (unsigned) dsPtr->length+1);
    }

    iPtr->result = iPtr->resultSpace;
    iPtr->resultSpace[0] = 0;
#endif /* !TCL_NO_DEPRECATED */
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * TclDStringToObj --
 *
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * TclGetIntForIndex --
 *
 *	This function returns an integer corresponding to the list index held
 *	in a Tcl object. The Tcl object's value is expected to be in the
 *	format integer([+-]integer)? or the format end([+-]integer)?.
 *
 * Results:
 *	The return value is normally TCL_OK, which means that the index was
 *	successfully stored into the location referenced by "indexPtr". If the


 *	Tcl object referenced by "objPtr" has the value "end", the value
 *	stored is "endValue". If "objPtr"s values is not of one of the
 *	expected formats, TCL_ERROR is returned and, if "interp" is non-NULL,




 *	an error message is left in the interpreter's result object.

 *
 * Side effects:

 *	The object referenced by "objPtr" might be converted to an integer,
 *	wide integer, or end-based-index object.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

int
TclGetIntForIndex(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Interpreter to use for error reporting. If
				 * NULL, then no error message is left after
................................................................................
	bytes = TclGetString(objPtr);
	Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, Tcl_ObjPrintf(
		"bad index \"%s\": must be integer?[+-]integer? or"
		" end?[+-]integer?", bytes));
	if (!strncmp(bytes, "end-", 4)) {
	    bytes += 4;
	}
	TclCheckBadOctal(interp, bytes);
	Tcl_SetErrorCode(interp, "TCL", "VALUE", "INDEX", NULL);
    }

    return TCL_ERROR;
}
 
/*
................................................................................

    TclFreeIntRep(objPtr);
    objPtr->internalRep.wideValue = offset;
    objPtr->typePtr = &tclEndOffsetType;

    return TCL_OK;
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * TclCheckBadOctal --
 *
 *	This function checks for a bad octal value and appends a meaningful
 *	error to the interp's result.
 *
 * Results:
 *	1 if the argument was a bad octal, else 0.
 *
 * Side effects:
 *	The interpreter's result is modified.
 *
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 */

int
TclCheckBadOctal(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Interpreter to use for error reporting. If
				 * NULL, then no error message is left after
				 * errors. */
    const char *value)		/* String to check. */
{
    register const char *p = value;

    /*
     * A frequent mistake is invalid octal values due to an unwanted leading
     * zero. Try to generate a meaningful error message.
     */

    while (TclIsSpaceProc(*p)) {
	p++;
    }
    if (*p == '+' || *p == '-') {
	p++;
    }
    if (*p == '0') {
	if ((p[1] == 'o') || p[1] == 'O') {
	    p += 2;
	}
	while (isdigit(UCHAR(*p))) {	/* INTL: digit. */
	    p++;
	}
	while (TclIsSpaceProc(*p)) {
	    p++;
	}
	if (*p == '\0') {
	    /*
	     * Reached end of string.
	     */

	    if (interp != NULL) {
		/*
		 * Don't reset the result here because we want this result to
		 * be added to an existing error message as extra info.
		 */

		Tcl_AppendToObj(Tcl_GetObjResult(interp),
			" (looks like invalid octal number)", -1);
	    }
	    return 1;
	}
    }
    return 0;
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * ClearHash --
 *
 *	Remove all the entries in the hash table *tablePtr.







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    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Interpreter whose result is to be reset. */
    Tcl_DString *dsPtr)		/* Dynamic string that is to become the result
				 * of interp. */
{
    int length;

    char *bytes = TclGetStringFromObj(Tcl_GetObjResult(interp), &length);

    Tcl_DStringFree(dsPtr);
    Tcl_DStringAppend(dsPtr, bytes, length);
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/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * TclDStringToObj --
 *
................................................................................
}
 
/*
 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * TclGetIntForIndex --
 *
 *	Provides an integer corresponding to the list index held in a Tcl
 *	object. The string value 'objPtr' is expected have the format
 *	integer([+-]integer)? or end([+-]integer)?.
 *
 * Value
 * 	TCL_OK

 *      
 * 	    The index is stored at the address given by by 'indexPtr'. If
 * 	    'objPtr' has the value "end", the value stored is 'endValue'.


 * 
 * 	TCL_ERROR
 *      
 * 	    The value of 'objPtr' does not have one of the expected formats. If
 * 	    'interp' is non-NULL, an error message is left in the interpreter's
 * 	    result object.
 * 
 * Effect
 * 
 * 	The object referenced by 'objPtr' is converted, as needed, to an
 * 	integer, wide integer, or end-based-index object.
 * 
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 */

int
TclGetIntForIndex(
    Tcl_Interp *interp,		/* Interpreter to use for error reporting. If
				 * NULL, then no error message is left after
................................................................................
	bytes = TclGetString(objPtr);
	Tcl_SetObjResult(interp, Tcl_ObjPrintf(
		"bad index \"%s\": must be integer?[+-]integer? or"
		" end?[+-]integer?", bytes));
	if (!strncmp(bytes, "end-", 4)) {
	    bytes += 4;
	}

	Tcl_SetErrorCode(interp, "TCL", "VALUE", "INDEX", NULL);
    }

    return TCL_ERROR;
}
 
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    TclFreeIntRep(objPtr);
    objPtr->internalRep.wideValue = offset;
    objPtr->typePtr = &tclEndOffsetType;

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/*
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 *
 * ClearHash --
 *
 *	Remove all the entries in the hash table *tablePtr.

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	if (lookGlobal) {
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	} else {
	    if (flags & TCL_AVOID_RESOLVERS) {
		flags = (flags | TCL_NAMESPACE_ONLY);
	    }
	    if (flags & TCL_NAMESPACE_ONLY) {
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	    }
	}

	/*
	 * Don't pass TCL_LEAVE_ERR_MSG, we may yet create the variable, or
	 * otherwise generate our own error!
	 */

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	}
    }

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	    flags, &nsPtr[0], &nsPtr[1], &cxtNsPtr, &simpleName);

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	} else {

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	}
    }

    /*
     * Find the namespace(s) that contain the variable.
     */

    if (!(flags & TCL_GLOBAL_ONLY)) {
	flags |= TCL_NAMESPACE_ONLY;
    }

    TclGetNamespaceForQualName(interp, name, (Namespace *) contextNsPtr,
	    flags, &nsPtr[0], &nsPtr[1], &cxtNsPtr, &simpleName);

    /*
     * Look for the variable in the variable table of its namespace. Be sure
     * to check both possible search paths: from the specified namespace

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#

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if {[info commands package] == ""} {
    error "version mismatch: library\nscripts expect Tcl version 7.5b1 or later but the loaded version is\nonly [info patchlevel]"
}
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# by opt)

# This is even more complicated by the boolean flags with no values that
# we had the bad idea to support for the sake of user simplicity in
# create/init but which makes life hard in configure...
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    switch [llength $args] {
	1 {
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    switch [llength $args] {
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	ReleaseUniversal10.5SDK:    build against the 10.5 SDK (with 10.5
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	Note that the non-SDK configurations have their deployment target set to
	10.5 (Tcl.xcode) resp. 10.6 (Tcl.xcodeproj).
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path '../../tcl', if your tcl source directory is named differently, e.g.
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	export CFLAGS="-arch i386 -arch x86_64 -arch ppc"
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omitted, but _not_ Xcode 2.1) and will work on any architecture (on PowerPC
................................................................................

Detailed Instructions for building with macosx/GNUmakefile
----------------------------------------------------------

- Unpack the Tcl source release archive.

- The following instructions assume the Tcl source tree is named "tcl${ver}",
(where ${ver} is a shell variable containing the Tcl version number e.g. '8.7').
Setup this shell variable as follows:
	ver="8.7"
If you are building from CVS, omit this step (CVS source tree names usually do
not contain a version number).

- Setup environment variables as desired, e.g. for a universal build on 10.5:
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TCL_SRCROOT user build setting, by default this is set to the project-relative
path '../../tcl', if your tcl source directory is named differently, e.g.
'../../tcl9.0', you need to manually change the TCL_SRCROOT setting by editing
your ${USER}.pbxuser file (located inside the Tcl.xcodeproj bundle directory)
with a text editor.

- To build universal binaries outside of the Xcode IDE, set CFLAGS as follows:
	export CFLAGS="-arch i386 -arch x86_64 -arch ppc"
This requires Mac OS X 10.4 and Xcode 2.4 (or Xcode 2.2 if -arch x86_64 is
omitted, but _not_ Xcode 2.1) and will work on any architecture (on PowerPC
................................................................................

Detailed Instructions for building with macosx/GNUmakefile
----------------------------------------------------------

- Unpack the Tcl source release archive.

- The following instructions assume the Tcl source tree is named "tcl${ver}",
(where ${ver} is a shell variable containing the Tcl version number e.g. '9.0').
Setup this shell variable as follows:
	ver="9.0"
If you are building from CVS, omit this step (CVS source tree names usually do
not contain a version number).

- Setup environment variables as desired, e.g. for a universal build on 10.5:
	CFLAGS="-arch i386 -arch x86_64 -arch ppc -mmacosx-version-min=10.5"
	export CFLAGS

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    -body {
	assemble {
	    push NaN; uplus
	}
    }
    -returnCodes error
    -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "+"}
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    -body {
	assemble {
	    push NaN; uplus
	}
    }
    -returnCodes error
    -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "NaN" as operand of "+"}
}
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    -body {
	assemble {
	    push NaN; tryCvtToNumeric
	}
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test compExpr-old-6.8 {CompileBitXorExpr: error compiling bitxor arm} -body {
    expr 2^x
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test compExpr-old-6.9 {CompileBitXorExpr: runtime error in bitxor arm} {
    list [catch {expr {24.0^3}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value as operand of "^"}}
test compExpr-old-6.10 {CompileBitXorExpr: runtime error in bitxor arm} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"^"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "^"}}

test compExpr-old-7.1 {CompileBitAndExpr: just equality expr} {expr 3==2} 0
test compExpr-old-7.2 {CompileBitAndExpr: just equality expr} {expr 2.0==2} 1
test compExpr-old-7.3 {CompileBitAndExpr: just equality expr} {expr 3.2!=2.2} 1
test compExpr-old-7.4 {CompileBitAndExpr: just equality expr} {expr {"abc" == "abd"}} 0
test compExpr-old-7.5 {CompileBitAndExpr: error in equality expr} -body {
    expr x==3
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    expr 2***3&6
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test compExpr-old-7.11 {CompileBitAndExpr: error compiling bitand arm} -body {
    expr 2&x
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test compExpr-old-7.12 {CompileBitAndExpr: runtime error in bitand arm} {
    list [catch {expr {24.0&3}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value as operand of "&"}}
test compExpr-old-7.13 {CompileBitAndExpr: runtime error in bitand arm} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"&"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "&"}}

test compExpr-old-8.1 {CompileEqualityExpr: just relational expr} {expr 3>=2} 1
test compExpr-old-8.2 {CompileEqualityExpr: just relational expr} {expr 2<=2.1} 1
test compExpr-old-8.3 {CompileEqualityExpr: just relational expr} {expr 3.2>"2.2"} 1
test compExpr-old-8.4 {CompileEqualityExpr: just relational expr} {expr {"0y"<"0x12"}} 0
test compExpr-old-8.5 {CompileEqualityExpr: error in relational expr} -body {
    expr x>3
................................................................................
    expr 2***3>>6
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test compExpr-old-10.9 {CompileShiftExpr: error compiling shift arm} -body {
    expr 2<<x
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test compExpr-old-10.10 {CompileShiftExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {24.0>>43}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value as operand of ">>"}}
test compExpr-old-10.11 {CompileShiftExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"<<"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "<<"}}

test compExpr-old-11.1 {CompileAddExpr: just multiply expr} {expr 4*-2} -8
test compExpr-old-11.2 {CompileAddExpr: just multiply expr} {expr 0xff%2} 1
test compExpr-old-11.3 {CompileAddExpr: just multiply expr} {expr -1/2} -1
test compExpr-old-11.4 {CompileAddExpr: just multiply expr} {expr 7891%0o123} 6
test compExpr-old-11.5 {CompileAddExpr: error in multiply expr} -body {
    expr x*3
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    expr 2***3+6
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test compExpr-old-11.9 {CompileAddExpr: error compiling add arm} -body {
    expr 2-x
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test compExpr-old-11.10 {CompileAddExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {24.0+"xx"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "+"}}
test compExpr-old-11.11 {CompileAddExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"-"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "-"}}
test compExpr-old-11.12 {CompileAddExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {3/0}} msg] $msg
} {1 {divide by zero}}
test compExpr-old-11.13a {CompileAddExpr: runtime error} ieeeFloatingPoint {
    list [catch {expr {2.3/0.0}} msg] $msg
} {0 Inf}
test compExpr-old-11.13b {CompileAddExpr: runtime error} !ieeeFloatingPoint {
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    expr 2*3%%6
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test compExpr-old-12.9 {CompileMultiplyExpr: error compiling multiply arm} -body {
    expr 2*x
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test compExpr-old-12.10 {CompileMultiplyExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {24.0*"xx"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "*"}}
test compExpr-old-12.11 {CompileMultiplyExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"/"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "/"}}

test compExpr-old-13.1 {CompileUnaryExpr: unary exprs} {expr -0xff} -255
test compExpr-old-13.2 {CompileUnaryExpr: unary exprs} {expr +0o00123} 83
test compExpr-old-13.3 {CompileUnaryExpr: unary exprs} {expr +--++36} 36
test compExpr-old-13.4 {CompileUnaryExpr: unary exprs} {expr !2} 0
test compExpr-old-13.5 {CompileUnaryExpr: unary exprs} {expr +--+-62.0} -62.0
test compExpr-old-13.6 {CompileUnaryExpr: unary exprs} {expr !0.0} 1
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} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test compExpr-old-13.9 {CompileUnaryExpr: error compiling unary expr} -body {
    expr !1.x
    set msg
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test compExpr-old-13.10 {CompileUnaryExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {~"xx"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "~"}}
test compExpr-old-13.11 {CompileUnaryExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr ~4.0} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value as operand of "~"}}
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test compExpr-old-13.13 {CompileUnaryExpr: just primary expr} {
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    list [catch {expr {24.0^3}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value "24.0" as operand of "^"}}
test compExpr-old-6.10 {CompileBitXorExpr: runtime error in bitxor arm} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"^"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "^"}}

test compExpr-old-7.1 {CompileBitAndExpr: just equality expr} {expr 3==2} 0
test compExpr-old-7.2 {CompileBitAndExpr: just equality expr} {expr 2.0==2} 1
test compExpr-old-7.3 {CompileBitAndExpr: just equality expr} {expr 3.2!=2.2} 1
test compExpr-old-7.4 {CompileBitAndExpr: just equality expr} {expr {"abc" == "abd"}} 0
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    expr x==3
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} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test compExpr-old-7.11 {CompileBitAndExpr: error compiling bitand arm} -body {
    expr 2&x
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test compExpr-old-7.12 {CompileBitAndExpr: runtime error in bitand arm} {
    list [catch {expr {24.0&3}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value "24.0" as operand of "&"}}
test compExpr-old-7.13 {CompileBitAndExpr: runtime error in bitand arm} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"&"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "&"}}

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test compExpr-old-8.2 {CompileEqualityExpr: just relational expr} {expr 2<=2.1} 1
test compExpr-old-8.3 {CompileEqualityExpr: just relational expr} {expr 3.2>"2.2"} 1
test compExpr-old-8.4 {CompileEqualityExpr: just relational expr} {expr {"0y"<"0x12"}} 0
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    expr x>3
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} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test compExpr-old-10.9 {CompileShiftExpr: error compiling shift arm} -body {
    expr 2<<x
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test compExpr-old-10.10 {CompileShiftExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {24.0>>43}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value "24.0" as operand of ">>"}}
test compExpr-old-10.11 {CompileShiftExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"<<"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "<<"}}

test compExpr-old-11.1 {CompileAddExpr: just multiply expr} {expr 4*-2} -8
test compExpr-old-11.2 {CompileAddExpr: just multiply expr} {expr 0xff%2} 1
test compExpr-old-11.3 {CompileAddExpr: just multiply expr} {expr -1/2} -1
test compExpr-old-11.4 {CompileAddExpr: just multiply expr} {expr 7891%0o123} 6
test compExpr-old-11.5 {CompileAddExpr: error in multiply expr} -body {
    expr x*3
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} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test compExpr-old-11.9 {CompileAddExpr: error compiling add arm} -body {
    expr 2-x
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test compExpr-old-11.10 {CompileAddExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {24.0+"xx"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "xx" as operand of "+"}}
test compExpr-old-11.11 {CompileAddExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"-"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "-"}}
test compExpr-old-11.12 {CompileAddExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {3/0}} msg] $msg
} {1 {divide by zero}}
test compExpr-old-11.13a {CompileAddExpr: runtime error} ieeeFloatingPoint {
    list [catch {expr {2.3/0.0}} msg] $msg
} {0 Inf}
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    expr 2*3%%6
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test compExpr-old-12.9 {CompileMultiplyExpr: error compiling multiply arm} -body {
    expr 2*x
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test compExpr-old-12.10 {CompileMultiplyExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {24.0*"xx"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "xx" as operand of "*"}}
test compExpr-old-12.11 {CompileMultiplyExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"/"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "/"}}

test compExpr-old-13.1 {CompileUnaryExpr: unary exprs} {expr -0xff} -255
test compExpr-old-13.2 {CompileUnaryExpr: unary exprs} {expr +0o00123} 83
test compExpr-old-13.3 {CompileUnaryExpr: unary exprs} {expr +--++36} 36
test compExpr-old-13.4 {CompileUnaryExpr: unary exprs} {expr !2} 0
test compExpr-old-13.5 {CompileUnaryExpr: unary exprs} {expr +--+-62.0} -62.0
test compExpr-old-13.6 {CompileUnaryExpr: unary exprs} {expr !0.0} 1
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    expr !1.x
    set msg
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test compExpr-old-13.10 {CompileUnaryExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {~"xx"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "xx" as operand of "~"}}
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    list [catch {expr ~4.0} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value "4.0" as operand of "~"}}
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test compExpr-old-13.13 {CompileUnaryExpr: just primary expr} {
    set a 27
    expr $a
} 27
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    apply {{} { set r [list foobar] ; string index a bogus }}
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    apply {{} { set r [list foobar] ; string index a 0o9 }}
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test compile-11.4 {Tcl_Append*: ensure Tcl_ResetResult is used properly} -body {
    apply {{} { set r [list foobar] ; array set var {one two many} }}
} -returnCodes error -result {list must have an even number of elements}
test compile-11.5 {Tcl_Append*: ensure Tcl_ResetResult is used properly} -body {
    apply {{} { set r [list foobar] ; incr foo bar baz}}
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test compile-11.3 {Tcl_Append*: ensure Tcl_ResetResult is used properly} -body {
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    apply {{} { set r [list foobar] ; incr foo bar baz}}
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test execute-3.5 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_ADD, op1 is string double} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 0 1.0]
    expr {$x + 1}
} 2.0
test execute-3.6 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_ADD, op1 is non-numeric} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 0 foo]
    list [catch {expr {$x + 1}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "+"}}
test execute-3.7 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_ADD, op2 is int} {testobj} {
    set x [testintobj set 0 1]
    expr {1 + $x}
} 2
test execute-3.8 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_ADD, op2 is double} {testobj} {
    set x [testdoubleobj set 0 1]
    expr {1 + $x}
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test execute-3.11 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_ADD, op2 is string double} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 0 1.0]
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} 2.0
test execute-3.12 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_ADD, op2 is non-numeric} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 0 foo]
    list [catch {expr {1 + $x}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "+"}}

# INST_SUB is partially tested:
test execute-3.13 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_SUB, op1 is int} {testobj} {
    set x [testintobj set 0 1]
    expr {$x - 1}
} 0
test execute-3.14 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_SUB, op1 is double} {testobj} {
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test execute-3.17 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_SUB, op1 is string double} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 0 1.0]
    expr {$x - 1}
} 0.0
test execute-3.18 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_SUB, op1 is non-numeric} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 0 foo]
    list [catch {expr {$x - 1}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "-"}}
test execute-3.19 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_SUB, op2 is int} {testobj} {
    set x [testintobj set 0 1]
    expr {1 - $x}
} 0
test execute-3.20 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_SUB, op2 is double} {testobj} {
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    expr {1 - $x}
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test execute-3.23 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_SUB, op2 is string double} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 0 1.0]
    expr {1 - $x}
} 0.0
test execute-3.24 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_SUB, op2 is non-numeric} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 0 foo]
    list [catch {expr {1 - $x}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "-"}}

# INST_MULT is partially tested:
test execute-3.25 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_MULT, op1 is int} {testobj} {
    set x [testintobj set 1 1]
    expr {$x * 1}
} 1
test execute-3.26 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_MULT, op1 is double} {testobj} {
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test execute-3.29 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_MULT, op1 is string double} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 1 1.0]
    expr {$x * 1}
} 1.0
test execute-3.30 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_MULT, op1 is non-numeric} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 1 foo]
    list [catch {expr {$x * 1}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "*"}}
test execute-3.31 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_MULT, op2 is int} {testobj} {
    set x [testintobj set 1 1]
    expr {1 * $x}
} 1
test execute-3.32 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_MULT, op2 is double} {testobj} {
    set x [testdoubleobj set 1 2.0]
    expr {1 * $x}
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test execute-3.35 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_MULT, op2 is string double} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 1 1.0]
    expr {1 * $x}
} 1.0
test execute-3.36 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_MULT, op2 is non-numeric} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 1 foo]
    list [catch {expr {1 * $x}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "*"}}

# INST_DIV is partially tested:
test execute-3.37 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_DIV, op1 is int} {testobj} {
    set x [testintobj set 1 1]
    expr {$x / 1}
} 1
test execute-3.38 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_DIV, op1 is double} {testobj} {
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test execute-3.41 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_DIV, op1 is string double} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 1 1.0]
    expr {$x / 1}
} 1.0
test execute-3.42 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_DIV, op1 is non-numeric} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 1 foo]
    list [catch {expr {$x / 1}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "/"}}
test execute-3.43 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_DIV, op2 is int} {testobj} {
    set x [testintobj set 1 1]
    expr {2 / $x}
} 2
test execute-3.44 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_DIV, op2 is double} {testobj} {
    set x [testdoubleobj set 1 1.0]
    expr {2 / $x}
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test execute-3.47 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_DIV, op2 is string double} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 1 1.0]
    expr {2 / $x}
} 2.0
test execute-3.48 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_DIV, op2 is non-numeric} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 1 foo]
    list [catch {expr {1 / $x}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "/"}}

# INST_UPLUS is partially tested:
test execute-3.49 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_UPLUS, op is int} {testobj} {
    set x [testintobj set 1 1]
    expr {+ $x}
} 1
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test execute-3.53 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_UPLUS, op is string double} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 1 1.0]
    expr {+ $x}
} 1.0
test execute-3.54 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_UPLUS, op is non-numeric} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 1 foo]
    list [catch {expr {+ $x}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "+"}}

# INST_UMINUS is partially tested:
test execute-3.55 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_UMINUS, op is int} {testobj} {
    set x [testintobj set 1 1]
    expr {- $x}
} -1
test execute-3.56 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_UMINUS, op is double} {testobj} {
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test execute-3.59 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_UMINUS, op is string double} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 1 1.0]
    expr {- $x}
} -1.0
test execute-3.60 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_UMINUS, op is non-numeric} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 1 foo]
    list [catch {expr {- $x}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "-"}}

# INST_LNOT is partially tested:
test execute-3.61 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_LNOT, op is int} {testobj} {
    set x [testintobj set 1 2]
    expr {! $x}
} 0
test execute-3.62 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_LNOT, op is int} {testobj} {
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test execute-3.70 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_LNOT, op is string double} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 1 0.0]
    expr {! $x}
} 1
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    set x [teststringobj set 1 foo]
    list [catch {expr {! $x}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "!"}}

# INST_BITNOT not tested
# INST_CALL_BUILTIN_FUNC1 not tested
# INST_CALL_FUNC1 not tested

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test execute-3.5 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_ADD, op1 is string double} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 0 1.0]
    expr {$x + 1}
} 2.0
test execute-3.6 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_ADD, op1 is non-numeric} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 0 foo]
    list [catch {expr {$x + 1}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "foo" as operand of "+"}}
test execute-3.7 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_ADD, op2 is int} {testobj} {
    set x [testintobj set 0 1]
    expr {1 + $x}
} 2
test execute-3.8 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_ADD, op2 is double} {testobj} {
    set x [testdoubleobj set 0 1]
    expr {1 + $x}
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test execute-3.11 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_ADD, op2 is string double} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 0 1.0]
    expr {1 + $x}
} 2.0
test execute-3.12 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_ADD, op2 is non-numeric} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 0 foo]
    list [catch {expr {1 + $x}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "foo" as operand of "+"}}

# INST_SUB is partially tested:
test execute-3.13 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_SUB, op1 is int} {testobj} {
    set x [testintobj set 0 1]
    expr {$x - 1}
} 0
test execute-3.14 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_SUB, op1 is double} {testobj} {
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test execute-3.17 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_SUB, op1 is string double} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 0 1.0]
    expr {$x - 1}
} 0.0
test execute-3.18 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_SUB, op1 is non-numeric} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 0 foo]
    list [catch {expr {$x - 1}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "foo" as operand of "-"}}
test execute-3.19 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_SUB, op2 is int} {testobj} {
    set x [testintobj set 0 1]
    expr {1 - $x}
} 0
test execute-3.20 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_SUB, op2 is double} {testobj} {
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    expr {1 - $x}
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test execute-3.23 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_SUB, op2 is string double} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 0 1.0]
    expr {1 - $x}
} 0.0
test execute-3.24 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_SUB, op2 is non-numeric} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 0 foo]
    list [catch {expr {1 - $x}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "foo" as operand of "-"}}

# INST_MULT is partially tested:
test execute-3.25 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_MULT, op1 is int} {testobj} {
    set x [testintobj set 1 1]
    expr {$x * 1}
} 1
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test execute-3.29 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_MULT, op1 is string double} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 1 1.0]
    expr {$x * 1}
} 1.0
test execute-3.30 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_MULT, op1 is non-numeric} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 1 foo]
    list [catch {expr {$x * 1}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "foo" as operand of "*"}}
test execute-3.31 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_MULT, op2 is int} {testobj} {
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    expr {1 * $x}
} 1
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test execute-3.35 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_MULT, op2 is string double} {testobj} {
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} 1.0
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    list [catch {expr {1 * $x}} msg] $msg
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# INST_DIV is partially tested:
test execute-3.37 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_DIV, op1 is int} {testobj} {
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} 1
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    expr {$x / 1}
} 1.0
test execute-3.42 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_DIV, op1 is non-numeric} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 1 foo]
    list [catch {expr {$x / 1}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "foo" as operand of "/"}}
test execute-3.43 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_DIV, op2 is int} {testobj} {
    set x [testintobj set 1 1]
    expr {2 / $x}
} 2
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    expr {2 / $x}
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test execute-3.47 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_DIV, op2 is string double} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 1 1.0]
    expr {2 / $x}
} 2.0
test execute-3.48 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_DIV, op2 is non-numeric} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 1 foo]
    list [catch {expr {1 / $x}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "foo" as operand of "/"}}

# INST_UPLUS is partially tested:
test execute-3.49 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_UPLUS, op is int} {testobj} {
    set x [testintobj set 1 1]
    expr {+ $x}
} 1
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test execute-3.53 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_UPLUS, op is string double} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 1 1.0]
    expr {+ $x}
} 1.0
test execute-3.54 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_UPLUS, op is non-numeric} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 1 foo]
    list [catch {expr {+ $x}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "foo" as operand of "+"}}

# INST_UMINUS is partially tested:
test execute-3.55 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_UMINUS, op is int} {testobj} {
    set x [testintobj set 1 1]
    expr {- $x}
} -1
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test execute-3.59 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_UMINUS, op is string double} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 1 1.0]
    expr {- $x}
} -1.0
test execute-3.60 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_UMINUS, op is non-numeric} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 1 foo]
    list [catch {expr {- $x}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "foo" as operand of "-"}}

# INST_LNOT is partially tested:
test execute-3.61 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_LNOT, op is int} {testobj} {
    set x [testintobj set 1 2]
    expr {! $x}
} 0
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test execute-3.70 {TclExecuteByteCode, INST_LNOT, op is string double} {testobj} {
    set x [teststringobj set 1 0.0]
    expr {! $x}
} 1
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    set x [teststringobj set 1 foo]
    list [catch {expr {! $x}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "foo" as operand of "!"}}

# INST_BITNOT not tested
# INST_CALL_BUILTIN_FUNC1 not tested
# INST_CALL_FUNC1 not tested

# INST_TRY_CVT_TO_NUMERIC is partially tested:
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test expr-old-3.1 {illegal floating-point operations} {
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test expr-old-3.2 {illegal floating-point operations} {
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test expr-old-3.3 {illegal floating-point operations} {
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test expr-old-3.4 {illegal floating-point operations} {
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test expr-old-3.5 {illegal floating-point operations} {
    list [catch {expr 3<<1.0} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value as operand of "<<"}}
test expr-old-3.6 {illegal floating-point operations} {
    list [catch {expr 24.0>>3} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value as operand of ">>"}}
test expr-old-3.7 {illegal floating-point operations} {
    list [catch {expr 24>>3.0} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value as operand of ">>"}}
test expr-old-3.8 {illegal floating-point operations} {
    list [catch {expr 24&3.0} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value as operand of "&"}}
test expr-old-3.9 {illegal floating-point operations} {
    list [catch {expr 24.0|3} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value as operand of "|"}}
test expr-old-3.10 {illegal floating-point operations} {
    list [catch {expr 24.0^3} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value as operand of "^"}}

# Check the string operators individually.

test expr-old-4.1 {string operators} {expr {"abc" > "def"}} 0
test expr-old-4.2 {string operators} {expr {"def" > "def"}} 0
test expr-old-4.3 {string operators} {expr {"g" > "def"}} 1
test expr-old-4.4 {string operators} {expr {"abc" < "abd"}} 1
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test expr-old-4.31 {string operators} {expr {1?"foo":"bar"}} foo
test expr-old-4.32 {string operators} {expr {0?"foo":"bar"}} bar

# Operators that aren't legal on string operands.

test expr-old-5.1 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {-"a"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "-"}}
test expr-old-5.2 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {+"a"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "+"}}
test expr-old-5.3 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {~"a"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "~"}}
test expr-old-5.4 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {!"a"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "!"}}
test expr-old-5.5 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"*"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "*"}}
test expr-old-5.6 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"/"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "/"}}
test expr-old-5.7 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"%"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "%"}}
test expr-old-5.8 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"+"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "+"}}
test expr-old-5.9 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"-"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "-"}}
test expr-old-5.10 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"<<"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "<<"}}
test expr-old-5.11 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {"a">>"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of ">>"}}
test expr-old-5.12 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"&"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "&"}}
test expr-old-5.13 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"^"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "^"}}
test expr-old-5.14 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"|"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "|"}}
test expr-old-5.15 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"&&"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {expected boolean value but got "a"}}
test expr-old-5.16 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"||"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {expected boolean value but got "a"}}
test expr-old-5.17 {illegal string operations} {
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test expr-old-25.19 {type conversions} {expr 2.0e15} 2000000000000000.0
test expr-old-25.20 {type conversions} {expr 10.0} 10.0

# Various error conditions.

test expr-old-26.1 {error conditions} {
    list [catch {expr 2+"a"} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "+"}}
test expr-old-26.2 {error conditions} -body {
    expr 2+4*
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-old-26.3 {error conditions} -body {
    expr 2+4*(
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
unset -nocomplain _non_existent_
test expr-old-26.4 {error conditions} {
    list [catch {expr 2+$_non_existent_} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't read "_non_existent_": no such variable}}
set a xx
test expr-old-26.5 {error conditions} {
    list [catch {expr {2+$a}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "+"}}
test expr-old-26.6 {error conditions} {
    list [catch {expr {2+[set a]}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "+"}}
test expr-old-26.7 {error conditions} -body {
    expr {2+(4}
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-old-26.8 {error conditions} {
    list [catch {expr 2/0} msg] $msg $errorCode
} {1 {divide by zero} {ARITH DIVZERO {divide by zero}}}
test expr-old-26.9 {error conditions} {
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    expr 2#
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-old-26.12 {error conditions} -body {
    expr a.b
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-old-26.13 {error conditions} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"/"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "/"}}
test expr-old-26.14 {error conditions} -body {
    expr 2:3
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-old-26.15 {error conditions} -body {
    expr a@b
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-old-26.16 {error conditions} {
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test expr-old-36.1 {ExprLooksLikeInt procedure} -body {
    expr 0o289
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result {*invalid octal number*}
test expr-old-36.2 {ExprLooksLikeInt procedure} {
    set x 0o289
    list [catch {expr {$x+1}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use invalid octal number as operand of "+"}}
test expr-old-36.3 {ExprLooksLikeInt procedure} {
    list [catch {expr 0289.1} msg] $msg
} {0 289.1}
test expr-old-36.4 {ExprLooksLikeInt procedure} {
    set x 0289.1
    list [catch {expr {$x+1}} msg] $msg
} {0 290.1}
................................................................................
    expr {$x+1}
} 665802003400000000000001

# tests for [Bug #587140]
test expr-old-36.12 {ExprLooksLikeInt procedure} {
    set x "10;"
    list [catch {expr {$x+1}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "+"}}
test expr-old-36.13 {ExprLooksLikeInt procedure} {
    set x " +"
    list [catch {expr {$x+1}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "+"}}
test expr-old-36.14 {ExprLooksLikeInt procedure} {
    set x "123456789012345678901234567890 "
    expr {$x+1}
} 123456789012345678901234567891
test expr-old-36.15 {ExprLooksLikeInt procedure} {
    set x "0o99 "
    list [catch {expr {$x+1}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use invalid octal number as operand of "+"}}
test expr-old-36.16 {ExprLooksLikeInt procedure} {
    set x " 0xffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff  "
    expr {$x+1}
} [expr 0x100000000000000000000000000000000000000]

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# Operators that aren't legal on floating-point numbers

test expr-old-3.1 {illegal floating-point operations} {
    list [catch {expr ~4.0} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value "4.0" as operand of "~"}}
test expr-old-3.2 {illegal floating-point operations} {
    list [catch {expr 27%4.0} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value "4.0" as operand of "%"}}
test expr-old-3.3 {illegal floating-point operations} {
    list [catch {expr 27.0%4} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value "27.0" as operand of "%"}}
test expr-old-3.4 {illegal floating-point operations} {
    list [catch {expr 1.0<<3} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value "1.0" as operand of "<<"}}
test expr-old-3.5 {illegal floating-point operations} {
    list [catch {expr 3<<1.0} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value "1.0" as operand of "<<"}}
test expr-old-3.6 {illegal floating-point operations} {
    list [catch {expr 24.0>>3} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value "24.0" as operand of ">>"}}
test expr-old-3.7 {illegal floating-point operations} {
    list [catch {expr 24>>3.0} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value "3.0" as operand of ">>"}}
test expr-old-3.8 {illegal floating-point operations} {
    list [catch {expr 24&3.0} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value "3.0" as operand of "&"}}
test expr-old-3.9 {illegal floating-point operations} {
    list [catch {expr 24.0|3} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value "24.0" as operand of "|"}}
test expr-old-3.10 {illegal floating-point operations} {
    list [catch {expr 24.0^3} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value "24.0" as operand of "^"}}

# Check the string operators individually.

test expr-old-4.1 {string operators} {expr {"abc" > "def"}} 0
test expr-old-4.2 {string operators} {expr {"def" > "def"}} 0
test expr-old-4.3 {string operators} {expr {"g" > "def"}} 1
test expr-old-4.4 {string operators} {expr {"abc" < "abd"}} 1
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test expr-old-4.31 {string operators} {expr {1?"foo":"bar"}} foo
test expr-old-4.32 {string operators} {expr {0?"foo":"bar"}} bar

# Operators that aren't legal on string operands.

test expr-old-5.1 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {-"a"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "-"}}
test expr-old-5.2 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {+"a"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "+"}}
test expr-old-5.3 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {~"a"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "~"}}
test expr-old-5.4 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {!"a"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "!"}}
test expr-old-5.5 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"*"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "*"}}
test expr-old-5.6 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"/"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "/"}}
test expr-old-5.7 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"%"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "%"}}
test expr-old-5.8 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"+"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "+"}}
test expr-old-5.9 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"-"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "-"}}
test expr-old-5.10 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"<<"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "<<"}}
test expr-old-5.11 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {"a">>"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of ">>"}}
test expr-old-5.12 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"&"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "&"}}
test expr-old-5.13 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"^"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "^"}}
test expr-old-5.14 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"|"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "|"}}
test expr-old-5.15 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"&&"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {expected boolean value but got "a"}}
test expr-old-5.16 {illegal string operations} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"||"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {expected boolean value but got "a"}}
test expr-old-5.17 {illegal string operations} {
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test expr-old-25.19 {type conversions} {expr 2.0e15} 2000000000000000.0
test expr-old-25.20 {type conversions} {expr 10.0} 10.0

# Various error conditions.

test expr-old-26.1 {error conditions} {
    list [catch {expr 2+"a"} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "+"}}
test expr-old-26.2 {error conditions} -body {
    expr 2+4*
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-old-26.3 {error conditions} -body {
    expr 2+4*(
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
unset -nocomplain _non_existent_
test expr-old-26.4 {error conditions} {
    list [catch {expr 2+$_non_existent_} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't read "_non_existent_": no such variable}}
set a xx
test expr-old-26.5 {error conditions} {
    list [catch {expr {2+$a}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "xx" as operand of "+"}}
test expr-old-26.6 {error conditions} {
    list [catch {expr {2+[set a]}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "xx" as operand of "+"}}
test expr-old-26.7 {error conditions} -body {
    expr {2+(4}
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-old-26.8 {error conditions} {
    list [catch {expr 2/0} msg] $msg $errorCode
} {1 {divide by zero} {ARITH DIVZERO {divide by zero}}}
test expr-old-26.9 {error conditions} {
................................................................................
    expr 2#
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-old-26.12 {error conditions} -body {
    expr a.b
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-old-26.13 {error conditions} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"/"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "/"}}
test expr-old-26.14 {error conditions} -body {
    expr 2:3
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-old-26.15 {error conditions} -body {
    expr a@b
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-old-26.16 {error conditions} {
................................................................................

test expr-old-36.1 {ExprLooksLikeInt procedure} -body {
    expr 0o289
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result {*invalid octal number*}
test expr-old-36.2 {ExprLooksLikeInt procedure} {
    set x 0o289
    list [catch {expr {$x+1}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "0o289" as operand of "+"}}
test expr-old-36.3 {ExprLooksLikeInt procedure} {
    list [catch {expr 0289.1} msg] $msg
} {0 289.1}
test expr-old-36.4 {ExprLooksLikeInt procedure} {
    set x 0289.1
    list [catch {expr {$x+1}} msg] $msg
} {0 290.1}
................................................................................
    expr {$x+1}
} 665802003400000000000001

# tests for [Bug #587140]
test expr-old-36.12 {ExprLooksLikeInt procedure} {
    set x "10;"
    list [catch {expr {$x+1}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "10;" as operand of "+"}}
test expr-old-36.13 {ExprLooksLikeInt procedure} {
    set x " +"
    list [catch {expr {$x+1}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string " +" as operand of "+"}}
test expr-old-36.14 {ExprLooksLikeInt procedure} {
    set x "123456789012345678901234567890 "
    expr {$x+1}
} 123456789012345678901234567891
test expr-old-36.15 {ExprLooksLikeInt procedure} {
    set x "0o99 "
    list [catch {expr {$x+1}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "0o99 " as operand of "+"}}
test expr-old-36.16 {ExprLooksLikeInt procedure} {
    set x " 0xffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff  "
    expr {$x+1}
} [expr 0x100000000000000000000000000000000000000]

test expr-old-37.1 {Check that Tcl_ExprLong doesn't modify interpreter result if no error} testexprlong {
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    set a "abcdefghijkl"
    set i 7
    expr {[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]] || [string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]] || [string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]] || [string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]}
} 1
test expr-4.10 {CompileLorExpr: error compiling ! operand} {
    list [catch {expr {!"a"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "!"}}
test expr-4.11 {CompileLorExpr: error compiling land arms} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"||0}} msg] $msg
} {1 {expected boolean value but got "a"}}
test expr-4.12 {CompileLorExpr: error compiling land arms} {
    list [catch {expr {0||"a"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {expected boolean value but got "a"}}

................................................................................
    expr 2***3|6
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-6.8 {CompileBitXorExpr: error compiling bitxor arm} -body {
    expr 2^x
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-6.9 {CompileBitXorExpr: runtime error in bitxor arm} {
    list [catch {expr {24.0^3}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value as operand of "^"}}
test expr-6.10 {CompileBitXorExpr: runtime error in bitxor arm} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"^"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "^"}}

test expr-7.1 {CompileBitAndExpr: just equality expr} {expr 3==2} 0
test expr-7.2 {CompileBitAndExpr: just equality expr} {expr 2.0==2} 1
test expr-7.3 {CompileBitAndExpr: just equality expr} {expr 3.2!=2.2} 1
test expr-7.4 {CompileBitAndExpr: just equality expr} {expr {"abc" == "abd"}} 0
test expr-7.5 {CompileBitAndExpr: error in equality expr} -body {
    expr x==3
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    expr 2***3&6
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-7.11 {CompileBitAndExpr: error compiling bitand arm} -body {
    expr 2&x
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-7.12 {CompileBitAndExpr: runtime error in bitand arm} {
    list [catch {expr {24.0&3}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value as operand of "&"}}
test expr-7.13 {CompileBitAndExpr: runtime error in bitand arm} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"&"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "&"}}
test expr-7.14 {CompileBitAndExpr: equality expr} {expr 3eq2} 0
test expr-7.18 {CompileBitAndExpr: equality expr} {expr {"abc" eq "abd"}} 0
test expr-7.20 {CompileBitAndExpr: error in equality expr} -body {
    expr xne3
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *

test expr-8.1 {CompileEqualityExpr: just relational expr} {expr 3>=2} 1
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    expr 2***3>>6
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-10.9 {CompileShiftExpr: error compiling shift arm} -body {
    expr 2<<x
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-10.10 {CompileShiftExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {24.0>>43}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value as operand of ">>"}}
test expr-10.11 {CompileShiftExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"<<"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "<<"}}

test expr-11.1 {CompileAddExpr: just multiply expr} {expr 4*-2} -8
test expr-11.2 {CompileAddExpr: just multiply expr} {expr 0xff%2} 1
test expr-11.3 {CompileAddExpr: just multiply expr} {expr -1/2} -1
test expr-11.4 {CompileAddExpr: just multiply expr} {expr 7891%0o123} 6
test expr-11.5 {CompileAddExpr: error in multiply expr} -body {
    expr x*3
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    expr 2***3+6
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-11.9 {CompileAddExpr: error compiling add arm} -body {
    expr 2-x
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-11.10 {CompileAddExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {24.0+"xx"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "+"}}
test expr-11.11 {CompileAddExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"-"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "-"}}
test expr-11.12 {CompileAddExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {3/0}} msg] $msg
} {1 {divide by zero}}
test expr-11.13a {CompileAddExpr: runtime error} !ieeeFloatingPoint {
    list [catch {expr {2.3/0.0}} msg] $msg
} {1 {divide by zero}}
test expr-11.13b {CompileAddExpr: runtime error} ieeeFloatingPoint {
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    expr 2*3%%6
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-12.9 {CompileMultiplyExpr: error compiling multiply arm} -body {
    expr 2*x
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-12.10 {CompileMultiplyExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {24.0*"xx"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "*"}}
test expr-12.11 {CompileMultiplyExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"/"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "/"}}

test expr-13.1 {CompileUnaryExpr: unary exprs} {expr -0xff} -255
test expr-13.2 {CompileUnaryExpr: unary exprs} {expr +0o00123} 83
test expr-13.3 {CompileUnaryExpr: unary exprs} {expr +--++36} 36
test expr-13.4 {CompileUnaryExpr: unary exprs} {expr !2} 0
test expr-13.5 {CompileUnaryExpr: unary exprs} {expr +--+-62.0} -62.0
test expr-13.6 {CompileUnaryExpr: unary exprs} {expr !0.0} 1
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    expr ~x
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-13.9 {CompileUnaryExpr: error compiling unary expr} -body {
    expr !1.x
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-13.10 {CompileUnaryExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {~"xx"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "~"}}
test expr-13.11 {CompileUnaryExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr ~4.0} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value as operand of "~"}}
test expr-13.12 {CompileUnaryExpr: just primary expr} {expr 0x123} 291
test expr-13.13 {CompileUnaryExpr: just primary expr} {
    set a 27
    expr $a
} 27
test expr-13.14 {CompileUnaryExpr: just primary expr} {
    expr double(27)
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test expr-21.11 {non-numeric boolean literals} {expr !no   } 1
test expr-21.12 {non-numeric boolean literals} {expr !yes  } 0
test expr-21.13 {non-numeric boolean literals} -body {
    expr !truef
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-21.14 {non-numeric boolean literals} {
    list [catch {expr !"truef"} err] $err
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "!"}}
test expr-21.15 {non-numeric boolean variables} {
    set v truef
    list [catch {expr {!$v}} err] $err
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "!"}}
test expr-21.16 {non-numeric boolean variables} {
    set v "true "
    list [catch {expr {!$v}} err] $err
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "!"}}
test expr-21.17 {non-numeric boolean variables} {
    set v "tru"
    list [catch {expr {!$v}} err] $err
} {0 0}
test expr-21.18 {non-numeric boolean variables} {
    set v "fal"
    list [catch {expr {!$v}} err] $err
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test expr-21.20 {non-numeric boolean variables} {
    set v "of"
    list [catch {expr {!$v}} err] $err
} {0 1}
test expr-21.21 {non-numeric boolean variables} {
    set v "o"
    list [catch {expr {!$v}} err] $err
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "!"}}
test expr-21.22 {non-numeric boolean variables} {
    set v ""
    list [catch {expr {!$v}} err] $err
} {1 {can't use empty string as operand of "!"}}

# Test for non-numeric float handling.
test expr-22.1 {non-numeric floats} {
    list [catch {expr {NaN + 1}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "+"}}
test expr-22.2 {non-numeric floats} !ieeeFloatingPoint {
    list [catch {expr {Inf + 1}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use infinite floating-point value as operand of "+"}}
test expr-22.3 {non-numeric floats} {
    set nan NaN
    list [catch {expr {$nan + 1}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "+"}}
test expr-22.4 {non-numeric floats} !ieeeFloatingPoint {
    set inf Inf
    list [catch {expr {$inf + 1}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use infinite floating-point value as operand of "+"}}
test expr-22.5 {non-numeric floats} {
    list [catch {expr NaN} msg] $msg
} {1 {domain error: argument not in valid range}}
test expr-22.6 {non-numeric floats} !ieeeFloatingPoint {
    list [catch {expr Inf} msg] $msg
} {1 {floating-point value too large to represent}}
test expr-22.7 {non-numeric floats} {
    list [catch {expr {1 / NaN}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "/"}}
test expr-22.8 {non-numeric floats} !ieeeFloatingPoint {
    list [catch {expr {1 / Inf}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use infinite floating-point value as operand of "/"}}
# Make sure [Bug 761471] stays fixed.
test expr-22.9 {non-numeric floats: shared object equality and NaN} {
    set x NaN
    expr {$x == $x}
................................................................................
    expr (-3-)**6
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-23.8 {CompileExponentialExpr: error compiling expo arm} -body {
    expr 2**x
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-23.9 {CompileExponentialExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {24.0**"xx"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "**"}}
test expr-23.10 {CompileExponentialExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"**2}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "**"}}
test expr-23.11 {CompileExponentialExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {0**-1}} msg] $msg
} {1 {exponentiation of zero by negative power}}
test expr-23.12 {CompileExponentialExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {0.0**-1.0}} msg] $msg
} {1 {exponentiation of zero by negative power}}
test expr-23.13 {CompileExponentialExpr: runtime error} {







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test expr-4.9 {CompileLorExpr: long lor arm} {
    set a "abcdefghijkl"
    set i 7
    expr {[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]] || [string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]] || [string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]] || [string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]&&[string compare [format %c $i] [string index $a $i]]}
} 1
test expr-4.10 {CompileLorExpr: error compiling ! operand} {
    list [catch {expr {!"a"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "!"}}
test expr-4.11 {CompileLorExpr: error compiling land arms} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"||0}} msg] $msg
} {1 {expected boolean value but got "a"}}
test expr-4.12 {CompileLorExpr: error compiling land arms} {
    list [catch {expr {0||"a"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {expected boolean value but got "a"}}

................................................................................
    expr 2***3|6
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-6.8 {CompileBitXorExpr: error compiling bitxor arm} -body {
    expr 2^x
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-6.9 {CompileBitXorExpr: runtime error in bitxor arm} {
    list [catch {expr {24.0^3}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value "24.0" as operand of "^"}}
test expr-6.10 {CompileBitXorExpr: runtime error in bitxor arm} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"^"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "^"}}

test expr-7.1 {CompileBitAndExpr: just equality expr} {expr 3==2} 0
test expr-7.2 {CompileBitAndExpr: just equality expr} {expr 2.0==2} 1
test expr-7.3 {CompileBitAndExpr: just equality expr} {expr 3.2!=2.2} 1
test expr-7.4 {CompileBitAndExpr: just equality expr} {expr {"abc" == "abd"}} 0
test expr-7.5 {CompileBitAndExpr: error in equality expr} -body {
    expr x==3
................................................................................
    expr 2***3&6
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-7.11 {CompileBitAndExpr: error compiling bitand arm} -body {
    expr 2&x
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-7.12 {CompileBitAndExpr: runtime error in bitand arm} {
    list [catch {expr {24.0&3}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value "24.0" as operand of "&"}}
test expr-7.13 {CompileBitAndExpr: runtime error in bitand arm} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"&"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "&"}}
test expr-7.14 {CompileBitAndExpr: equality expr} {expr 3eq2} 0
test expr-7.18 {CompileBitAndExpr: equality expr} {expr {"abc" eq "abd"}} 0
test expr-7.20 {CompileBitAndExpr: error in equality expr} -body {
    expr xne3
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *

test expr-8.1 {CompileEqualityExpr: just relational expr} {expr 3>=2} 1
................................................................................
    expr 2***3>>6
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-10.9 {CompileShiftExpr: error compiling shift arm} -body {
    expr 2<<x
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-10.10 {CompileShiftExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {24.0>>43}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value "24.0" as operand of ">>"}}
test expr-10.11 {CompileShiftExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"<<"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "<<"}}

test expr-11.1 {CompileAddExpr: just multiply expr} {expr 4*-2} -8
test expr-11.2 {CompileAddExpr: just multiply expr} {expr 0xff%2} 1
test expr-11.3 {CompileAddExpr: just multiply expr} {expr -1/2} -1
test expr-11.4 {CompileAddExpr: just multiply expr} {expr 7891%0o123} 6
test expr-11.5 {CompileAddExpr: error in multiply expr} -body {
    expr x*3
................................................................................
    expr 2***3+6
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-11.9 {CompileAddExpr: error compiling add arm} -body {
    expr 2-x
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-11.10 {CompileAddExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {24.0+"xx"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "xx" as operand of "+"}}
test expr-11.11 {CompileAddExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"-"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "-"}}
test expr-11.12 {CompileAddExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {3/0}} msg] $msg
} {1 {divide by zero}}
test expr-11.13a {CompileAddExpr: runtime error} !ieeeFloatingPoint {
    list [catch {expr {2.3/0.0}} msg] $msg
} {1 {divide by zero}}
test expr-11.13b {CompileAddExpr: runtime error} ieeeFloatingPoint {
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    expr 2*3%%6
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-12.9 {CompileMultiplyExpr: error compiling multiply arm} -body {
    expr 2*x
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-12.10 {CompileMultiplyExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {24.0*"xx"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "xx" as operand of "*"}}
test expr-12.11 {CompileMultiplyExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"/"b"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "/"}}

test expr-13.1 {CompileUnaryExpr: unary exprs} {expr -0xff} -255
test expr-13.2 {CompileUnaryExpr: unary exprs} {expr +0o00123} 83
test expr-13.3 {CompileUnaryExpr: unary exprs} {expr +--++36} 36
test expr-13.4 {CompileUnaryExpr: unary exprs} {expr !2} 0
test expr-13.5 {CompileUnaryExpr: unary exprs} {expr +--+-62.0} -62.0
test expr-13.6 {CompileUnaryExpr: unary exprs} {expr !0.0} 1
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    expr ~x
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-13.9 {CompileUnaryExpr: error compiling unary expr} -body {
    expr !1.x
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-13.10 {CompileUnaryExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {~"xx"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "xx" as operand of "~"}}
test expr-13.11 {CompileUnaryExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr ~4.0} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use floating-point value "4.0" as operand of "~"}}
test expr-13.12 {CompileUnaryExpr: just primary expr} {expr 0x123} 291
test expr-13.13 {CompileUnaryExpr: just primary expr} {
    set a 27
    expr $a
} 27
test expr-13.14 {CompileUnaryExpr: just primary expr} {
    expr double(27)
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test expr-21.11 {non-numeric boolean literals} {expr !no   } 1
test expr-21.12 {non-numeric boolean literals} {expr !yes  } 0
test expr-21.13 {non-numeric boolean literals} -body {
    expr !truef
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-21.14 {non-numeric boolean literals} {
    list [catch {expr !"truef"} err] $err
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "truef" as operand of "!"}}
test expr-21.15 {non-numeric boolean variables} {
    set v truef
    list [catch {expr {!$v}} err] $err
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "truef" as operand of "!"}}
test expr-21.16 {non-numeric boolean variables} {
    set v "true "
    list [catch {expr {!$v}} err] $err
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "true " as operand of "!"}}
test expr-21.17 {non-numeric boolean variables} {
    set v "tru"
    list [catch {expr {!$v}} err] $err
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test expr-21.18 {non-numeric boolean variables} {
    set v "fal"
    list [catch {expr {!$v}} err] $err
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test expr-21.20 {non-numeric boolean variables} {
    set v "of"
    list [catch {expr {!$v}} err] $err
} {0 1}
test expr-21.21 {non-numeric boolean variables} {
    set v "o"
    list [catch {expr {!$v}} err] $err
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "o" as operand of "!"}}
test expr-21.22 {non-numeric boolean variables} {
    set v ""
    list [catch {expr {!$v}} err] $err
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "" as operand of "!"}}

# Test for non-numeric float handling.
test expr-22.1 {non-numeric floats} {
    list [catch {expr {NaN + 1}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "NaN" as operand of "+"}}
test expr-22.2 {non-numeric floats} !ieeeFloatingPoint {
    list [catch {expr {Inf + 1}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use infinite floating-point value as operand of "+"}}
test expr-22.3 {non-numeric floats} {
    set nan NaN
    list [catch {expr {$nan + 1}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "NaN" as operand of "+"}}
test expr-22.4 {non-numeric floats} !ieeeFloatingPoint {
    set inf Inf
    list [catch {expr {$inf + 1}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use infinite floating-point value as operand of "+"}}
test expr-22.5 {non-numeric floats} {
    list [catch {expr NaN} msg] $msg
} {1 {domain error: argument not in valid range}}
test expr-22.6 {non-numeric floats} !ieeeFloatingPoint {
    list [catch {expr Inf} msg] $msg
} {1 {floating-point value too large to represent}}
test expr-22.7 {non-numeric floats} {
    list [catch {expr {1 / NaN}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "NaN" as operand of "/"}}
test expr-22.8 {non-numeric floats} !ieeeFloatingPoint {
    list [catch {expr {1 / Inf}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use infinite floating-point value as operand of "/"}}
# Make sure [Bug 761471] stays fixed.
test expr-22.9 {non-numeric floats: shared object equality and NaN} {
    set x NaN
    expr {$x == $x}
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    expr (-3-)**6
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-23.8 {CompileExponentialExpr: error compiling expo arm} -body {
    expr 2**x
} -returnCodes error -match glob -result *
test expr-23.9 {CompileExponentialExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {24.0**"xx"}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "xx" as operand of "**"}}
test expr-23.10 {CompileExponentialExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {"a"**2}} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "**"}}
test expr-23.11 {CompileExponentialExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {0**-1}} msg] $msg
} {1 {exponentiation of zero by negative power}}
test expr-23.12 {CompileExponentialExpr: runtime error} {
    list [catch {expr {0.0**-1.0}} msg] $msg
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# Bug 7114ac6141
test get-3.3 {tcl_GetInt with iffy numbers} testgetint {
    lmap x {0 " 0" "0 " " 0 " " 0xa " " 007 " " 0o10 " " 0b10 "} {
	catch {testgetint 44 $x} x
	set x
    }
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test get-3.4 {Tcl_GetDouble with iffy numbers} testdoubleobj {
    lmap x {0 0.0 " .0" ".0 " " 0e0 " "07" "- 0" "-0" "0o12" "0b10"} {
	catch {testdoubleobj set 1 $x} x
	set x
    }
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# Bug 7114ac6141
test get-3.3 {tcl_GetInt with iffy numbers} testgetint {
    lmap x {0 " 0" "0 " " 0 " " 0xa " " 010 " " 0o10 " " 0b10 "} {
	catch {testgetint 44 $x} x
	set x
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    lmap x {0 0.0 " .0" ".0 " " 0e0 " "09" "- 0" "-0" "0o12" "0b10"} {
	catch {testdoubleobj set 1 $x} x
	set x
    }
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} {{} {}}
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    set x 0o8
    list [catch { testevalex {lindex {a b c} $x} } result] $result
} -match glob -result {1 {*invalid octal number*}}
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} -match glob -result {1 {*invalid octal number*}}
test lindex-3.7 {indexes don't shimmer wide ints} {
    set x [expr {(wide(1)<<31) - 2}]
    list $x [lindex {1 2 3} $x] [incr x] [incr x]
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test lindex-4.5 {index = end-3} testevalex {
    set x end-3
    list [testevalex {lindex {a b c} $x}] [testevalex {lindex {a b c} $x}]
} {{} {}}
test lindex-4.6 {bad octal} -constraints testevalex -body {
    set x end-0o8
    list [catch { testevalex {lindex {a b c} $x} } result] $result
} -match glob -result {1 {*invalid octal number*}}
test lindex-4.7 {bad octal} -constraints testevalex -body {
    set x end--0o9
    list [catch { testevalex {lindex {a b c} $x} } result] $result
} -match glob -result {1 {*invalid octal number*}}
test lindex-4.8 {bad integer, not octal} testevalex {
    set x end-0a2
    list [catch { testevalex {lindex {a b c} $x} } result] $result
} {1 {bad index "end-0a2": must be integer?[+-]integer? or end?[+-]integer?}}
test lindex-4.9 {obsolete test} testevalex {
    set x end
    list [testevalex {lindex {a b c} $x}] [testevalex {lindex {a b c} $x}]
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	list [lindex {a b c} $x] [lindex {a b c} $x]
    } result
    set result
} {{} {}}
test lindex-11.5 {bad octal} -body {
    set x 0o8
    list [catch { lindex {a b c} $x } result] $result
} -match glob -result {1 {*invalid octal number*}}
test lindex-11.6 {bad octal} -body {
    set x -0o9
    list [catch { lindex {a b c} $x } result] $result
} -match glob -result {1 {*invalid octal number*}}

# Indices relative to end

test lindex-12.1 {index = end} {
    set x end
    catch {
	list [lindex {a b c} $x] [lindex {a b c} $x]
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	list [lindex {a b c} $x] [lindex {a b c} $x]
    } result
    set result
} {{} {}}
test lindex-12.6 {bad octal} -body {
    set x end-0o8
    list [catch { lindex {a b c} $x } result] $result
} -match glob -result {1 {*invalid octal number*}}
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    set x end--0o9
    list [catch { lindex {a b c} $x } result] $result
} -match glob -result {1 {*invalid octal number*}}
test lindex-12.8 {bad integer, not octal} {
    set x end-0a2
    list [catch { lindex {a b c} $x } result] $result
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    set x [expr {(wide(1)<<31) - 2}]
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test lindex-11.6 {bad octal} -body {
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    test mathop-1.12 {compiled +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	+ nan 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "+"}
    test mathop-1.13 {compiled +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	+ 0 x
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "+"}
    test mathop-1.14 {compiled +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	+ 0 nan
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "+"}
    test mathop-1.15 {compiled +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	+ 0o8 0
    } -result {can't use invalid octal number as operand of "+"}
    test mathop-1.16 {compiled +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	+ 0 0o8
    } -result {can't use invalid octal number as operand of "+"}
    test mathop-1.17 {compiled +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	+ 0 [error expectedError]
    } -result expectedError
    test mathop-1.18 {compiled +: argument processing order} -body {
	# Bytecode compilation known hard for 3+ arguments
	list [catch {
	    + [set x 0] [incr x] NaN [incr x] [error expected] [incr x]
................................................................................
    test mathop-1.24 {interpreted +} { $op 1 2 3.0 } 6.0
    test mathop-1.25 {interpreted +} { $op 100000000000 2 3 } 100000000005
    test mathop-1.26 {interpreted +} { $op 1 2 300000000000 } 300000000003
    test mathop-1.27 {interpreted +} { $op 1000000000000000000000 2 3 } 1000000000000000000005
    test mathop-1.28 {interpreted +} { $op 1 2 3000000000000000000000 } 3000000000000000000003
    test mathop-1.29 {interpreted +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op x 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "+"}
    test mathop-1.30 {interpreted +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op nan 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "+"}
    test mathop-1.31 {interpreted +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 x
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "+"}
    test mathop-1.32 {interpreted +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 nan
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "+"}
    test mathop-1.33 {interpreted +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0o8 0
    } -result {can't use invalid octal number as operand of "+"}
    test mathop-1.34 {interpreted +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 0o8
    } -result {can't use invalid octal number as operand of "+"}
    test mathop-1.35 {interpreted +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 [error expectedError]
    } -result expectedError
    test mathop-1.36 {interpreted +: argument processing order} -body {
	list [catch {
	    $op [set x 0] [incr x] NaN [incr x] [error expected] [incr x]
	} msg] $msg $x
................................................................................
    test mathop-2.6 {compiled *} { * 1 2 3.0 } 6.0
    test mathop-2.7 {compiled *} { * 100000000000 2 3 } 600000000000
    test mathop-2.8 {compiled *} { * 1 2 300000000000 } 600000000000
    test mathop-2.9 {compiled *} { * 1000000000000000000000 2 3 } 6000000000000000000000
    test mathop-2.10 {compiled *} { * 1 2 3000000000000000000000 } 6000000000000000000000
    test mathop-2.11 {compiled *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	* x 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "*"}
    test mathop-2.12 {compiled *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	* nan 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "*"}
    test mathop-2.13 {compiled *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	* 0 x
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "*"}
    test mathop-2.14 {compiled *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	* 0 nan
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "*"}
    test mathop-2.15 {compiled *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	* 0o8 0
    } -result {can't use invalid octal number as operand of "*"}
    test mathop-2.16 {compiled *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	* 0 0o8
    } -result {can't use invalid octal number as operand of "*"}
    test mathop-2.17 {compiled *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	* 0 [error expectedError]
    } -result expectedError
    test mathop-2.18 {compiled *: argument processing order} -body {
	# Bytecode compilation known hard for 3+ arguments
	list [catch {
	    * [set x 0] [incr x] NaN [incr x] [error expected] [incr x]
................................................................................
    test mathop-2.24 {interpreted *} { $op 1 2 3.0 } 6.0
    test mathop-2.25 {interpreted *} { $op 100000000000 2 3 } 600000000000
    test mathop-2.26 {interpreted *} { $op 1 2 300000000000 } 600000000000
    test mathop-2.27 {interpreted *} { $op 1000000000000000000000 2 3 } 6000000000000000000000
    test mathop-2.28 {interpreted *} { $op 1 2 3000000000000000000000 } 6000000000000000000000
    test mathop-2.29 {interpreted *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op x 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "*"}
    test mathop-2.30 {interpreted *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op nan 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "*"}
    test mathop-2.31 {interpreted *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 x
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "*"}
    test mathop-2.32 {interpreted *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 nan
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "*"}
    test mathop-2.33 {interpreted *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0o8 0
    } -result {can't use invalid octal number as operand of "*"}
    test mathop-2.34 {interpreted *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 0o8
    } -result {can't use invalid octal number as operand of "*"}
    test mathop-2.35 {interpreted *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 [error expectedError]
    } -result expectedError
    test mathop-2.36 {interpreted *: argument processing order} -body {
	list [catch {
	    $op [set x 0] [incr x] NaN [incr x] [error expected] [incr x]
	} msg] $msg $x
................................................................................
    test mathop-3.3 {compiled !} {! false} 1
    test mathop-3.4 {compiled !} {! true} 0
    test mathop-3.5 {compiled !} {! 0.0} 1
    test mathop-3.6 {compiled !} {! 10000000000} 0
    test mathop-3.7 {compiled !} {! 10000000000000000000000000} 0
    test mathop-3.8 {compiled !: errors} -body {
	! foobar
    } -returnCodes error -result {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "!"}
    test mathop-3.9 {compiled !: errors} -body {
	! 0 0
    } -returnCodes error -result "wrong # args: should be \"! boolean\""
    test mathop-3.10 {compiled !: errors} -body {
	!
    } -returnCodes error -result "wrong # args: should be \"! boolean\""
    set op !
................................................................................
    test mathop-3.13 {interpreted !} {$op false} 1
    test mathop-3.14 {interpreted !} {$op true} 0
    test mathop-3.15 {interpreted !} {$op 0.0} 1
    test mathop-3.16 {interpreted !} {$op 10000000000} 0
    test mathop-3.17 {interpreted !} {$op 10000000000000000000000000} 0
    test mathop-3.18 {interpreted !: errors} -body {
	$op foobar
    } -returnCodes error -result {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "!"}
    test mathop-3.19 {interpreted !: errors} -body {
	$op 0 0
    } -returnCodes error -result "wrong # args: should be \"! boolean\""
    test mathop-3.20 {interpreted !: errors} -body {
	$op
    } -returnCodes error -result "wrong # args: should be \"! boolean\""
    test mathop-3.21 {compiled !: error} -returnCodes error -body {
	! NaN
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "!"}
    test mathop-3.22 {interpreted !: error} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op NaN
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "!"}

    test mathop-4.1 {compiled ~} {~ 0} -1
    test mathop-4.2 {compiled ~} {~ 1} -2
    test mathop-4.3 {compiled ~} {~ 31} -32
    test mathop-4.4 {compiled ~} {~ -127} 126
    test mathop-4.5 {compiled ~} {~ -0} -1
    test mathop-4.6 {compiled ~} {~ 10000000000} -10000000001
    test mathop-4.7 {compiled ~} {~ 10000000000000000000000000} -10000000000000000000000001
    test mathop-4.8 {compiled ~: errors} -body {
	~ foobar
    } -returnCodes error -result {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "~"}
    test mathop-4.9 {compiled ~: errors} -body {
	~ 0 0
    } -returnCodes error -result "wrong # args: should be \"~ integer\""
    test mathop-4.10 {compiled ~: errors} -body {
	~
    } -returnCodes error -result "wrong # args: should be \"~ integer\""
    test mathop-4.11 {compiled ~: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	~ 0.0
    } -result {can't use floating-point value as operand of "~"}
    test mathop-4.12 {compiled ~: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	~ NaN
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "~"}
    set op ~
    test mathop-4.13 {interpreted ~} {$op 0} -1
    test mathop-4.14 {interpreted ~} {$op 1} -2
    test mathop-4.15 {interpreted ~} {$op 31} -32
    test mathop-4.16 {interpreted ~} {$op -127} 126
    test mathop-4.17 {interpreted ~} {$op -0} -1
    test mathop-4.18 {interpreted ~} {$op 10000000000} -10000000001
    test mathop-4.19 {interpreted ~} {$op 10000000000000000000000000} -10000000000000000000000001
    test mathop-4.20 {interpreted ~: errors} -body {
	$op foobar
    } -returnCodes error -result {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "~"}
    test mathop-4.21 {interpreted ~: errors} -body {
	$op 0 0
    } -returnCodes error -result "wrong # args: should be \"~ integer\""
    test mathop-4.22 {interpreted ~: errors} -body {
	$op
    } -returnCodes error -result "wrong # args: should be \"~ integer\""
    test mathop-4.23 {interpreted ~: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0.0
    } -result {can't use floating-point value as operand of "~"}
    test mathop-4.24 {interpreted ~: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op NaN
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "~"}

    test mathop-5.1 {compiled eq} {eq {} a} 0
    test mathop-5.2 {compiled eq} {eq a a} 1
    test mathop-5.3 {compiled eq} {eq a {}} 0
    test mathop-5.4 {compiled eq} {eq a b} 0
    test mathop-5.5 {compiled eq} { eq } 1
    test mathop-5.6 {compiled eq} {eq a} 1
................................................................................

    test mathop-6.1 {compiled &} { & } -1
    test mathop-6.2 {compiled &} { & 1 } 1
    test mathop-6.3 {compiled &} { & 1 2 } 0
    test mathop-6.4 {compiled &} { & 3 7 6 } 2
    test mathop-6.5 {compiled &} -returnCodes error -body {
	& 1.0 2 3
    } -result {can't use floating-point value as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.6 {compiled &} -returnCodes error -body {
	& 1 2 3.0
    } -result {can't use floating-point value as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.7 {compiled &} { & 100000000002 18 -126 } 2
    test mathop-6.8 {compiled &} { & 0xff 0o377 333333333333 } 85
    test mathop-6.9 {compiled &} { & 1000000000000000000002 18 -126 } 2
    test mathop-6.10 {compiled &} { & 0xff 0o377 3333333333333333333333 } 85
    test mathop-6.11 {compiled &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	& x 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.12 {compiled &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	& nan 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.13 {compiled &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	& 0 x
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.14 {compiled &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	& 0 nan
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.15 {compiled &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	& 0o8 0
    } -result {can't use invalid octal number as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.16 {compiled &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	& 0 0o8
    } -result {can't use invalid octal number as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.17 {compiled &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	& 0 [error expectedError]
    } -result expectedError
    test mathop-6.18 {compiled &: argument processing order} -body {
	# Bytecode compilation known hard for 3+ arguments
	list [catch {
	    & [set x 0] [incr x] NaN [incr x] [error expected] [incr x]
................................................................................
    set op &
    test mathop-6.19 {interpreted &} { $op } -1
    test mathop-6.20 {interpreted &} { $op 1 } 1
    test mathop-6.21 {interpreted &} { $op 1 2 } 0
    test mathop-6.22 {interpreted &} { $op 3 7 6 } 2
    test mathop-6.23 {interpreted &} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 1.0 2 3
    } -result {can't use floating-point value as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.24 {interpreted &} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 1 2 3.0
    } -result {can't use floating-point value as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.25 {interpreted &} { $op 100000000002 18 -126 } 2
    test mathop-6.26 {interpreted &} { $op 0xff 0o377 333333333333 } 85
    test mathop-6.27 {interpreted &} { $op 1000000000000000000002 18 -126 } 2
    test mathop-6.28 {interpreted &} { $op 0xff 0o377 3333333333333333333333 } 85
    test mathop-6.29 {interpreted &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op x 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.30 {interpreted &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op nan 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.31 {interpreted &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 x
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.32 {interpreted &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 nan
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.33 {interpreted &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0o8 0
    } -result {can't use invalid octal number as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.34 {interpreted &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 0o8
    } -result {can't use invalid octal number as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.35 {interpreted &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 [error expectedError]
    } -result expectedError
    test mathop-6.36 {interpreted &: argument processing order} -body {
	list [catch {
	    $op [set x 0] [incr x] NaN [incr x] [error expected] [incr x]
	} msg] $msg $x
................................................................................

    test mathop-7.1 {compiled |} { | } 0
    test mathop-7.2 {compiled |} { | 1 } 1
    test mathop-7.3 {compiled |} { | 1 2 } 3
    test mathop-7.4 {compiled |} { | 3 7 6 } 7
    test mathop-7.5 {compiled |} -returnCodes error -body {
	| 1.0 2 3
    } -result {can't use floating-point value as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.6 {compiled |} -returnCodes error -body {
	| 1 2 3.0
    } -result {can't use floating-point value as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.7 {compiled |} { | 100000000002 18 -126 } -110
    test mathop-7.8 {compiled |} { | 0xff 0o377 333333333333 } 333333333503
    test mathop-7.9 {compiled |} { | 1000000000000000000002 18 -126 } -110
    test mathop-7.10 {compiled |} { | 0xff 0o377 3333333333333333333333 } 3333333333333333333503
    test mathop-7.11 {compiled |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	| x 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.12 {compiled |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	| nan 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.13 {compiled |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	| 0 x
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.14 {compiled |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	| 0 nan
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.15 {compiled |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	| 0o8 0
    } -result {can't use invalid octal number as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.16 {compiled |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	| 0 0o8
    } -result {can't use invalid octal number as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.17 {compiled |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	| 0 [error expectedError]
    } -result expectedError
    test mathop-7.18 {compiled |: argument processing order} -body {
	# Bytecode compilation known hard for 3+ arguments
	list [catch {
	    | [set x 0] [incr x] NaN [incr x] [error expected] [incr x]
................................................................................
    set op |
    test mathop-7.19 {interpreted |} { $op } 0
    test mathop-7.20 {interpreted |} { $op 1 } 1
    test mathop-7.21 {interpreted |} { $op 1 2 } 3
    test mathop-7.22 {interpreted |} { $op 3 7 6 } 7
    test mathop-7.23 {interpreted |} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 1.0 2 3
    } -result {can't use floating-point value as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.24 {interpreted |} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 1 2 3.0
    } -result {can't use floating-point value as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.25 {interpreted |} { $op 100000000002 18 -126 } -110
    test mathop-7.26 {interpreted |} { $op 0xff 0o377 333333333333 } 333333333503
    test mathop-7.27 {interpreted |} { $op 1000000000000000000002 18 -126 } -110
    test mathop-7.28 {interpreted |} { $op 0xff 0o377 3333333333333333333333 } 3333333333333333333503
    test mathop-7.29 {interpreted |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op x 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.30 {interpreted |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op nan 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.31 {interpreted |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 x
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.32 {interpreted |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 nan
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.33 {interpreted |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0o8 0
    } -result {can't use invalid octal number as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.34 {interpreted |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 0o8
    } -result {can't use invalid octal number as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.35 {interpreted |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 [error expectedError]
    } -result expectedError
    test mathop-7.36 {interpreted |: argument processing order} -body {
	list [catch {
	    $op [set x 0] [incr x] NaN [incr x] [error expected] [incr x]
	} msg] $msg $x
................................................................................

    test mathop-8.1 {compiled ^} { ^ } 0
    test mathop-8.2 {compiled ^} { ^ 1 } 1
    test mathop-8.3 {compiled ^} { ^ 1 2 } 3
    test mathop-8.4 {compiled ^} { ^ 3 7 6 } 2
    test mathop-8.5 {compiled ^} -returnCodes error -body {
	^ 1.0 2 3
    } -result {can't use floating-point value as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.6 {compiled ^} -returnCodes error -body {
	^ 1 2 3.0
    } -result {can't use floating-point value as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.7 {compiled ^} { ^ 100000000002 18 -126 } -100000000110
    test mathop-8.8 {compiled ^} { ^ 0xff 0o377 333333333333 } 333333333333
    test mathop-8.9 {compiled ^} { ^ 1000000000000000000002 18 -126 } -1000000000000000000110
    test mathop-8.10 {compiled ^} { ^ 0xff 0o377 3333333333333333333333 } 3333333333333333333333
    test mathop-8.11 {compiled ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	^ x 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.12 {compiled ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	^ nan 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.13 {compiled ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	^ 0 x
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.14 {compiled ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	^ 0 nan
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.15 {compiled ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	^ 0o8 0
    } -result {can't use invalid octal number as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.16 {compiled ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	^ 0 0o8
    } -result {can't use invalid octal number as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.17 {compiled ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	^ 0 [error expectedError]
    } -result expectedError
    test mathop-8.18 {compiled ^: argument processing order} -body {
	# Bytecode compilation known hard for 3+ arguments
	list [catch {
	    ^ [set x 0] [incr x] NaN [incr x] [error expected] [incr x]
................................................................................
    set op ^
    test mathop-8.19 {interpreted ^} { $op } 0
    test mathop-8.20 {interpreted ^} { $op 1 } 1
    test mathop-8.21 {interpreted ^} { $op 1 2 } 3
    test mathop-8.22 {interpreted ^} { $op 3 7 6 } 2
    test mathop-8.23 {interpreted ^} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 1.0 2 3
    } -result {can't use floating-point value as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.24 {interpreted ^} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 1 2 3.0
    } -result {can't use floating-point value as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.25 {interpreted ^} { $op 100000000002 18 -126 } -100000000110
    test mathop-8.26 {interpreted ^} { $op 0xff 0o377 333333333333 } 333333333333
    test mathop-8.27 {interpreted ^} { $op 1000000000000000000002 18 -126 } -1000000000000000000110
    test mathop-8.28 {interpreted ^} { $op 0xff 0o377 3333333333333333333333 } 3333333333333333333333
    test mathop-8.29 {interpreted ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op x 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.30 {interpreted ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op nan 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.31 {interpreted ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 x
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.32 {interpreted ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 nan
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.33 {interpreted ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0o8 0
    } -result {can't use invalid octal number as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.34 {interpreted ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 0o8
    } -result {can't use invalid octal number as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.35 {interpreted ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 [error expectedError]
    } -result expectedError
    test mathop-8.36 {interpreted ^: argument processing order} -body {
	list [catch {
	    $op [set x 0] [incr x] NaN [incr x] [error expected] [incr x]
	} msg] $msg $x
................................................................................
test mathop-20.6 { one arg, error } {
    set res {}
    set exp {}
    foreach vals {x {1 x} {1 1 x} {1 x 1}} {
        # skipping - for now, knownbug...
        foreach op {+ * / & | ^ **} {
            lappend res [TestOp $op {*}$vals]
            lappend exp "can't use non-numeric string as operand of \"$op\"\
		ARITH DOMAIN {non-numeric string}"
        }
    }
    foreach op {+ * / & | ^ **} {
	lappend res [TestOp $op NaN 1]
	lappend exp "can't use non-numeric floating-point value as operand of \"$op\"\
	    ARITH DOMAIN {non-numeric floating-point value}"
    }
    expr {$res eq $exp ? 0 : $res}
} 0
test mathop-20.7 { multi arg } {
    set res {}
    foreach vals {{1 2} {3 4 5} {4 3 2 1}} {
................................................................................
    set res
} [list 1.0 0.2 0.17857142857142858 -0.125 \
           2.8196218755553604e-15 8.10000006561e-27]
test mathop-21.5 { unary ops, bad values } {
    set res {}
    set exp {}
    lappend res [TestOp / x]
    lappend exp "can't use non-numeric string as operand of \"/\" ARITH DOMAIN {non-numeric string}"
    lappend res [TestOp - x]
    lappend exp "can't use non-numeric string as operand of \"-\" ARITH DOMAIN {non-numeric string}"
    lappend res [TestOp ~ x]
    lappend exp "can't use non-numeric string as operand of \"~\" ARITH DOMAIN {non-numeric string}"
    lappend res [TestOp ! x]
    lappend exp "can't use non-numeric string as operand of \"!\" ARITH DOMAIN {non-numeric string}"
    lappend res [TestOp ~ 5.0]
    lappend exp "can't use floating-point value as operand of \"~\" ARITH DOMAIN {floating-point value}"
    expr {$res eq $exp ? 0 : $res}
} 0
test mathop-21.6 { unary ops, too many } {
    set exp {}
    foreach op {~ !} {
        set res [TestOp $op 7 8]
        if {[string match "wrong # args: should be * TCL WRONGARGS" $res]} {
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           70720 \
          ]
test mathop-22.4 { unary ops, bad values } {
    set res {}
    set exp {}
    foreach op {& | ^} {
        lappend res [TestOp $op x 5]
        lappend exp "can't use non-numeric string as operand of \"$op\" ARITH DOMAIN {non-numeric string}"
        lappend res [TestOp $op 5 x]
        lappend exp "can't use non-numeric string as operand of \"$op\" ARITH DOMAIN {non-numeric string}"
    }
    expr {$res eq $exp ? 0 : $res}
} 0

test mathop-23.1 { comparison ops, numerical } {
    set res {}
    set todo {5 {1 6} {1 2 2 3} {4 3 2 1} {5.0 5.0} {6 3 3 1} {5.0 5}}
................................................................................
                                              0 \
          ]
test mathop-24.3 { binary ops, bad values } {
    set res {}
    set exp {}
    foreach op {% << >>} {
        lappend res [TestOp $op x 1]
        lappend exp "can't use non-numeric string as operand of \"$op\" ARITH DOMAIN {non-numeric string}"
        lappend res [TestOp $op 1 x]
        lappend exp "can't use non-numeric string as operand of \"$op\" ARITH DOMAIN {non-numeric string}"
    }
    foreach op {% << >>} {
        lappend res [TestOp $op 5.0 1]
        lappend exp "can't use floating-point value as operand of \"$op\" ARITH DOMAIN {floating-point value}"
        lappend res [TestOp $op 1 5.0]
        lappend exp "can't use floating-point value as operand of \"$op\" ARITH DOMAIN {floating-point value}"
    }
    foreach op {in ni} {
        lappend res [TestOp $op 5 "a b \{ c"]
        lappend exp "unmatched open brace in list TCL VALUE LIST BRACE"
    }
    lappend res [TestOp % 5 0]
    lappend exp "divide by zero ARITH DIVZERO {divide by zero}"
................................................................................
    lappend res [TestOp ** $small $wide]
    lappend exp "exponent too large NONE"
    lappend res [TestOp ** 2 $big]
    lappend exp "exponent too large NONE"
    lappend res [TestOp ** $huge 2.1]
    lappend exp "Inf"
    lappend res [TestOp ** 2 foo]
    lappend exp "can't use non-numeric string as operand of \"**\" ARITH DOMAIN {non-numeric string}"
    lappend res [TestOp ** foo 2]
    lappend exp "can't use non-numeric string as operand of \"**\" ARITH DOMAIN {non-numeric string}"

    expr {$res eq $exp ? 0 : $res}
} 0

test mathop-26.1 { misc ops, size combinations } {
    set big1      12135435435354435435342423948763867876
    set big2       2746237174783836746262564892918327847







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    test mathop-1.6 {compiled +} { + 1 2 3.0 } 6.0
    test mathop-1.7 {compiled +} { + 100000000000 2 3 } 100000000005
    test mathop-1.8 {compiled +} { + 1 2 300000000000 } 300000000003
    test mathop-1.9 {compiled +} { + 1000000000000000000000 2 3 } 1000000000000000000005
    test mathop-1.10 {compiled +} { + 1 2 3000000000000000000000 } 3000000000000000000003
    test mathop-1.11 {compiled +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	+ x 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "x" as operand of "+"}
    test mathop-1.12 {compiled +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	+ nan 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "nan" as operand of "+"}
    test mathop-1.13 {compiled +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	+ 0 x
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "x" as operand of "+"}
    test mathop-1.14 {compiled +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	+ 0 nan
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "nan" as operand of "+"}
    test mathop-1.15 {compiled +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	+ 0o8 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "0o8" as operand of "+"}
    test mathop-1.16 {compiled +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	+ 0 0o8
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "0o8" as operand of "+"}
    test mathop-1.17 {compiled +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	+ 0 [error expectedError]
    } -result expectedError
    test mathop-1.18 {compiled +: argument processing order} -body {
	# Bytecode compilation known hard for 3+ arguments
	list [catch {
	    + [set x 0] [incr x] NaN [incr x] [error expected] [incr x]
................................................................................
    test mathop-1.24 {interpreted +} { $op 1 2 3.0 } 6.0
    test mathop-1.25 {interpreted +} { $op 100000000000 2 3 } 100000000005
    test mathop-1.26 {interpreted +} { $op 1 2 300000000000 } 300000000003
    test mathop-1.27 {interpreted +} { $op 1000000000000000000000 2 3 } 1000000000000000000005
    test mathop-1.28 {interpreted +} { $op 1 2 3000000000000000000000 } 3000000000000000000003
    test mathop-1.29 {interpreted +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op x 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "x" as operand of "+"}
    test mathop-1.30 {interpreted +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op nan 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "nan" as operand of "+"}
    test mathop-1.31 {interpreted +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 x
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "x" as operand of "+"}
    test mathop-1.32 {interpreted +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 nan
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "nan" as operand of "+"}
    test mathop-1.33 {interpreted +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0o8 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "0o8" as operand of "+"}
    test mathop-1.34 {interpreted +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 0o8
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "0o8" as operand of "+"}
    test mathop-1.35 {interpreted +: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 [error expectedError]
    } -result expectedError
    test mathop-1.36 {interpreted +: argument processing order} -body {
	list [catch {
	    $op [set x 0] [incr x] NaN [incr x] [error expected] [incr x]
	} msg] $msg $x
................................................................................
    test mathop-2.6 {compiled *} { * 1 2 3.0 } 6.0
    test mathop-2.7 {compiled *} { * 100000000000 2 3 } 600000000000
    test mathop-2.8 {compiled *} { * 1 2 300000000000 } 600000000000
    test mathop-2.9 {compiled *} { * 1000000000000000000000 2 3 } 6000000000000000000000
    test mathop-2.10 {compiled *} { * 1 2 3000000000000000000000 } 6000000000000000000000
    test mathop-2.11 {compiled *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	* x 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "x" as operand of "*"}
    test mathop-2.12 {compiled *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	* nan 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "nan" as operand of "*"}
    test mathop-2.13 {compiled *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	* 0 x
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "x" as operand of "*"}
    test mathop-2.14 {compiled *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	* 0 nan
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "nan" as operand of "*"}
    test mathop-2.15 {compiled *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	* 0o8 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "0o8" as operand of "*"}
    test mathop-2.16 {compiled *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	* 0 0o8
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "0o8" as operand of "*"}
    test mathop-2.17 {compiled *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	* 0 [error expectedError]
    } -result expectedError
    test mathop-2.18 {compiled *: argument processing order} -body {
	# Bytecode compilation known hard for 3+ arguments
	list [catch {
	    * [set x 0] [incr x] NaN [incr x] [error expected] [incr x]
................................................................................
    test mathop-2.24 {interpreted *} { $op 1 2 3.0 } 6.0
    test mathop-2.25 {interpreted *} { $op 100000000000 2 3 } 600000000000
    test mathop-2.26 {interpreted *} { $op 1 2 300000000000 } 600000000000
    test mathop-2.27 {interpreted *} { $op 1000000000000000000000 2 3 } 6000000000000000000000
    test mathop-2.28 {interpreted *} { $op 1 2 3000000000000000000000 } 6000000000000000000000
    test mathop-2.29 {interpreted *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op x 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "x" as operand of "*"}
    test mathop-2.30 {interpreted *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op nan 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "nan" as operand of "*"}
    test mathop-2.31 {interpreted *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 x
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "x" as operand of "*"}
    test mathop-2.32 {interpreted *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 nan
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "nan" as operand of "*"}
    test mathop-2.33 {interpreted *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0o8 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "0o8" as operand of "*"}
    test mathop-2.34 {interpreted *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 0o8
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "0o8" as operand of "*"}
    test mathop-2.35 {interpreted *: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 [error expectedError]
    } -result expectedError
    test mathop-2.36 {interpreted *: argument processing order} -body {
	list [catch {
	    $op [set x 0] [incr x] NaN [incr x] [error expected] [incr x]
	} msg] $msg $x
................................................................................
    test mathop-3.3 {compiled !} {! false} 1
    test mathop-3.4 {compiled !} {! true} 0
    test mathop-3.5 {compiled !} {! 0.0} 1
    test mathop-3.6 {compiled !} {! 10000000000} 0
    test mathop-3.7 {compiled !} {! 10000000000000000000000000} 0
    test mathop-3.8 {compiled !: errors} -body {
	! foobar
    } -returnCodes error -result {can't use non-numeric string "foobar" as operand of "!"}
    test mathop-3.9 {compiled !: errors} -body {
	! 0 0
    } -returnCodes error -result "wrong # args: should be \"! boolean\""
    test mathop-3.10 {compiled !: errors} -body {
	!
    } -returnCodes error -result "wrong # args: should be \"! boolean\""
    set op !
................................................................................
    test mathop-3.13 {interpreted !} {$op false} 1
    test mathop-3.14 {interpreted !} {$op true} 0
    test mathop-3.15 {interpreted !} {$op 0.0} 1
    test mathop-3.16 {interpreted !} {$op 10000000000} 0
    test mathop-3.17 {interpreted !} {$op 10000000000000000000000000} 0
    test mathop-3.18 {interpreted !: errors} -body {
	$op foobar
    } -returnCodes error -result {can't use non-numeric string "foobar" as operand of "!"}
    test mathop-3.19 {interpreted !: errors} -body {
	$op 0 0
    } -returnCodes error -result "wrong # args: should be \"! boolean\""
    test mathop-3.20 {interpreted !: errors} -body {
	$op
    } -returnCodes error -result "wrong # args: should be \"! boolean\""
    test mathop-3.21 {compiled !: error} -returnCodes error -body {
	! NaN
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "NaN" as operand of "!"}
    test mathop-3.22 {interpreted !: error} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op NaN
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "NaN" as operand of "!"}

    test mathop-4.1 {compiled ~} {~ 0} -1
    test mathop-4.2 {compiled ~} {~ 1} -2
    test mathop-4.3 {compiled ~} {~ 31} -32
    test mathop-4.4 {compiled ~} {~ -127} 126
    test mathop-4.5 {compiled ~} {~ -0} -1
    test mathop-4.6 {compiled ~} {~ 10000000000} -10000000001
    test mathop-4.7 {compiled ~} {~ 10000000000000000000000000} -10000000000000000000000001
    test mathop-4.8 {compiled ~: errors} -body {
	~ foobar
    } -returnCodes error -result {can't use non-numeric string "foobar" as operand of "~"}
    test mathop-4.9 {compiled ~: errors} -body {
	~ 0 0
    } -returnCodes error -result "wrong # args: should be \"~ integer\""
    test mathop-4.10 {compiled ~: errors} -body {
	~
    } -returnCodes error -result "wrong # args: should be \"~ integer\""
    test mathop-4.11 {compiled ~: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	~ 0.0
    } -result {can't use floating-point value "0.0" as operand of "~"}
    test mathop-4.12 {compiled ~: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	~ NaN
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "NaN" as operand of "~"}
    set op ~
    test mathop-4.13 {interpreted ~} {$op 0} -1
    test mathop-4.14 {interpreted ~} {$op 1} -2
    test mathop-4.15 {interpreted ~} {$op 31} -32
    test mathop-4.16 {interpreted ~} {$op -127} 126
    test mathop-4.17 {interpreted ~} {$op -0} -1
    test mathop-4.18 {interpreted ~} {$op 10000000000} -10000000001
    test mathop-4.19 {interpreted ~} {$op 10000000000000000000000000} -10000000000000000000000001
    test mathop-4.20 {interpreted ~: errors} -body {
	$op foobar
    } -returnCodes error -result {can't use non-numeric string "foobar" as operand of "~"}
    test mathop-4.21 {interpreted ~: errors} -body {
	$op 0 0
    } -returnCodes error -result "wrong # args: should be \"~ integer\""
    test mathop-4.22 {interpreted ~: errors} -body {
	$op
    } -returnCodes error -result "wrong # args: should be \"~ integer\""
    test mathop-4.23 {interpreted ~: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0.0
    } -result {can't use floating-point value "0.0" as operand of "~"}
    test mathop-4.24 {interpreted ~: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op NaN
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "NaN" as operand of "~"}

    test mathop-5.1 {compiled eq} {eq {} a} 0
    test mathop-5.2 {compiled eq} {eq a a} 1
    test mathop-5.3 {compiled eq} {eq a {}} 0
    test mathop-5.4 {compiled eq} {eq a b} 0
    test mathop-5.5 {compiled eq} { eq } 1
    test mathop-5.6 {compiled eq} {eq a} 1
................................................................................

    test mathop-6.1 {compiled &} { & } -1
    test mathop-6.2 {compiled &} { & 1 } 1
    test mathop-6.3 {compiled &} { & 1 2 } 0
    test mathop-6.4 {compiled &} { & 3 7 6 } 2
    test mathop-6.5 {compiled &} -returnCodes error -body {
	& 1.0 2 3
    } -result {can't use floating-point value "1.0" as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.6 {compiled &} -returnCodes error -body {
	& 1 2 3.0
    } -result {can't use floating-point value "3.0" as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.7 {compiled &} { & 100000000002 18 -126 } 2
    test mathop-6.8 {compiled &} { & 0xff 0o377 333333333333 } 85
    test mathop-6.9 {compiled &} { & 1000000000000000000002 18 -126 } 2
    test mathop-6.10 {compiled &} { & 0xff 0o377 3333333333333333333333 } 85
    test mathop-6.11 {compiled &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	& x 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "x" as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.12 {compiled &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	& nan 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "nan" as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.13 {compiled &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	& 0 x
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "x" as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.14 {compiled &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	& 0 nan
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "nan" as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.15 {compiled &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	& 0o8 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "0o8" as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.16 {compiled &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	& 0 0o8
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "0o8" as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.17 {compiled &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	& 0 [error expectedError]
    } -result expectedError
    test mathop-6.18 {compiled &: argument processing order} -body {
	# Bytecode compilation known hard for 3+ arguments
	list [catch {
	    & [set x 0] [incr x] NaN [incr x] [error expected] [incr x]
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    set op &
    test mathop-6.19 {interpreted &} { $op } -1
    test mathop-6.20 {interpreted &} { $op 1 } 1
    test mathop-6.21 {interpreted &} { $op 1 2 } 0
    test mathop-6.22 {interpreted &} { $op 3 7 6 } 2
    test mathop-6.23 {interpreted &} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 1.0 2 3
    } -result {can't use floating-point value "1.0" as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.24 {interpreted &} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 1 2 3.0
    } -result {can't use floating-point value "3.0" as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.25 {interpreted &} { $op 100000000002 18 -126 } 2
    test mathop-6.26 {interpreted &} { $op 0xff 0o377 333333333333 } 85
    test mathop-6.27 {interpreted &} { $op 1000000000000000000002 18 -126 } 2
    test mathop-6.28 {interpreted &} { $op 0xff 0o377 3333333333333333333333 } 85
    test mathop-6.29 {interpreted &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op x 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "x" as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.30 {interpreted &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op nan 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "nan" as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.31 {interpreted &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 x
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "x" as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.32 {interpreted &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 nan
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "nan" as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.33 {interpreted &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0o8 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "0o8" as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.34 {interpreted &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 0o8
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "0o8" as operand of "&"}
    test mathop-6.35 {interpreted &: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 [error expectedError]
    } -result expectedError
    test mathop-6.36 {interpreted &: argument processing order} -body {
	list [catch {
	    $op [set x 0] [incr x] NaN [incr x] [error expected] [incr x]
	} msg] $msg $x
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    test mathop-7.1 {compiled |} { | } 0
    test mathop-7.2 {compiled |} { | 1 } 1
    test mathop-7.3 {compiled |} { | 1 2 } 3
    test mathop-7.4 {compiled |} { | 3 7 6 } 7
    test mathop-7.5 {compiled |} -returnCodes error -body {
	| 1.0 2 3
    } -result {can't use floating-point value "1.0" as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.6 {compiled |} -returnCodes error -body {
	| 1 2 3.0
    } -result {can't use floating-point value "3.0" as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.7 {compiled |} { | 100000000002 18 -126 } -110
    test mathop-7.8 {compiled |} { | 0xff 0o377 333333333333 } 333333333503
    test mathop-7.9 {compiled |} { | 1000000000000000000002 18 -126 } -110
    test mathop-7.10 {compiled |} { | 0xff 0o377 3333333333333333333333 } 3333333333333333333503
    test mathop-7.11 {compiled |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	| x 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "x" as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.12 {compiled |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	| nan 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "nan" as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.13 {compiled |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	| 0 x
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "x" as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.14 {compiled |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	| 0 nan
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "nan" as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.15 {compiled |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	| 0o8 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "0o8" as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.16 {compiled |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	| 0 0o8
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "0o8" as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.17 {compiled |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	| 0 [error expectedError]
    } -result expectedError
    test mathop-7.18 {compiled |: argument processing order} -body {
	# Bytecode compilation known hard for 3+ arguments
	list [catch {
	    | [set x 0] [incr x] NaN [incr x] [error expected] [incr x]
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    set op |
    test mathop-7.19 {interpreted |} { $op } 0
    test mathop-7.20 {interpreted |} { $op 1 } 1
    test mathop-7.21 {interpreted |} { $op 1 2 } 3
    test mathop-7.22 {interpreted |} { $op 3 7 6 } 7
    test mathop-7.23 {interpreted |} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 1.0 2 3
    } -result {can't use floating-point value "1.0" as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.24 {interpreted |} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 1 2 3.0
    } -result {can't use floating-point value "3.0" as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.25 {interpreted |} { $op 100000000002 18 -126 } -110
    test mathop-7.26 {interpreted |} { $op 0xff 0o377 333333333333 } 333333333503
    test mathop-7.27 {interpreted |} { $op 1000000000000000000002 18 -126 } -110
    test mathop-7.28 {interpreted |} { $op 0xff 0o377 3333333333333333333333 } 3333333333333333333503
    test mathop-7.29 {interpreted |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op x 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "x" as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.30 {interpreted |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op nan 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "nan" as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.31 {interpreted |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 x
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "x" as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.32 {interpreted |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 nan
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "nan" as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.33 {interpreted |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0o8 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "0o8" as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.34 {interpreted |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 0o8
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "0o8" as operand of "|"}
    test mathop-7.35 {interpreted |: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 [error expectedError]
    } -result expectedError
    test mathop-7.36 {interpreted |: argument processing order} -body {
	list [catch {
	    $op [set x 0] [incr x] NaN [incr x] [error expected] [incr x]
	} msg] $msg $x
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    test mathop-8.1 {compiled ^} { ^ } 0
    test mathop-8.2 {compiled ^} { ^ 1 } 1
    test mathop-8.3 {compiled ^} { ^ 1 2 } 3
    test mathop-8.4 {compiled ^} { ^ 3 7 6 } 2
    test mathop-8.5 {compiled ^} -returnCodes error -body {
	^ 1.0 2 3
    } -result {can't use floating-point value "1.0" as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.6 {compiled ^} -returnCodes error -body {
	^ 1 2 3.0
    } -result {can't use floating-point value "3.0" as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.7 {compiled ^} { ^ 100000000002 18 -126 } -100000000110
    test mathop-8.8 {compiled ^} { ^ 0xff 0o377 333333333333 } 333333333333
    test mathop-8.9 {compiled ^} { ^ 1000000000000000000002 18 -126 } -1000000000000000000110
    test mathop-8.10 {compiled ^} { ^ 0xff 0o377 3333333333333333333333 } 3333333333333333333333
    test mathop-8.11 {compiled ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	^ x 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "x" as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.12 {compiled ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	^ nan 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "nan" as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.13 {compiled ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	^ 0 x
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "x" as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.14 {compiled ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	^ 0 nan
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "nan" as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.15 {compiled ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	^ 0o8 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "0o8" as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.16 {compiled ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	^ 0 0o8
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "0o8" as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.17 {compiled ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	^ 0 [error expectedError]
    } -result expectedError
    test mathop-8.18 {compiled ^: argument processing order} -body {
	# Bytecode compilation known hard for 3+ arguments
	list [catch {
	    ^ [set x 0] [incr x] NaN [incr x] [error expected] [incr x]
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    set op ^
    test mathop-8.19 {interpreted ^} { $op } 0
    test mathop-8.20 {interpreted ^} { $op 1 } 1
    test mathop-8.21 {interpreted ^} { $op 1 2 } 3
    test mathop-8.22 {interpreted ^} { $op 3 7 6 } 2
    test mathop-8.23 {interpreted ^} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 1.0 2 3
    } -result {can't use floating-point value "1.0" as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.24 {interpreted ^} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 1 2 3.0
    } -result {can't use floating-point value "3.0" as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.25 {interpreted ^} { $op 100000000002 18 -126 } -100000000110
    test mathop-8.26 {interpreted ^} { $op 0xff 0o377 333333333333 } 333333333333
    test mathop-8.27 {interpreted ^} { $op 1000000000000000000002 18 -126 } -1000000000000000000110
    test mathop-8.28 {interpreted ^} { $op 0xff 0o377 3333333333333333333333 } 3333333333333333333333
    test mathop-8.29 {interpreted ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op x 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "x" as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.30 {interpreted ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op nan 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "nan" as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.31 {interpreted ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 x
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "x" as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.32 {interpreted ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 nan
    } -result {can't use non-numeric floating-point value "nan" as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.33 {interpreted ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0o8 0
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "0o8" as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.34 {interpreted ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 0o8
    } -result {can't use non-numeric string "0o8" as operand of "^"}
    test mathop-8.35 {interpreted ^: errors} -returnCodes error -body {
	$op 0 [error expectedError]
    } -result expectedError
    test mathop-8.36 {interpreted ^: argument processing order} -body {
	list [catch {
	    $op [set x 0] [incr x] NaN [incr x] [error expected] [incr x]
	} msg] $msg $x
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test mathop-20.6 { one arg, error } {
    set res {}
    set exp {}
    foreach vals {x {1 x} {1 1 x} {1 x 1}} {
        # skipping - for now, knownbug...
        foreach op {+ * / & | ^ **} {
            lappend res [TestOp $op {*}$vals]
            lappend exp "can't use non-numeric string \"x\" as operand of \"$op\"\
		ARITH DOMAIN {non-numeric string}"
        }
    }
    foreach op {+ * / & | ^ **} {
	lappend res [TestOp $op NaN 1]
	lappend exp "can't use non-numeric floating-point value \"NaN\" as operand of \"$op\"\
	    ARITH DOMAIN {non-numeric floating-point value}"
    }
    expr {$res eq $exp ? 0 : $res}
} 0
test mathop-20.7 { multi arg } {
    set res {}
    foreach vals {{1 2} {3 4 5} {4 3 2 1}} {
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    set res
} [list 1.0 0.2 0.17857142857142858 -0.125 \
           2.8196218755553604e-15 8.10000006561e-27]
test mathop-21.5 { unary ops, bad values } {
    set res {}
    set exp {}
    lappend res [TestOp / x]
    lappend exp "can't use non-numeric string \"x\" as operand of \"/\" ARITH DOMAIN {non-numeric string}"
    lappend res [TestOp - x]
    lappend exp "can't use non-numeric string \"x\" as operand of \"-\" ARITH DOMAIN {non-numeric string}"
    lappend res [TestOp ~ x]
    lappend exp "can't use non-numeric string \"x\" as operand of \"~\" ARITH DOMAIN {non-numeric string}"
    lappend res [TestOp ! x]
    lappend exp "can't use non-numeric string \"x\" as operand of \"!\" ARITH DOMAIN {non-numeric string}"
    lappend res [TestOp ~ 5.0]
    lappend exp "can't use floating-point value \"5.0\" as operand of \"~\" ARITH DOMAIN {floating-point value}"
    expr {$res eq $exp ? 0 : $res}
} 0
test mathop-21.6 { unary ops, too many } {
    set exp {}
    foreach op {~ !} {
        set res [TestOp $op 7 8]
        if {[string match "wrong # args: should be * TCL WRONGARGS" $res]} {
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           70720 \
          ]
test mathop-22.4 { unary ops, bad values } {
    set res {}
    set exp {}
    foreach op {& | ^} {
        lappend res [TestOp $op x 5]
        lappend exp "can't use non-numeric string \"x\" as operand of \"$op\" ARITH DOMAIN {non-numeric string}"
        lappend res [TestOp $op 5 x]
        lappend exp "can't use non-numeric string \"x\" as operand of \"$op\" ARITH DOMAIN {non-numeric string}"
    }
    expr {$res eq $exp ? 0 : $res}
} 0

test mathop-23.1 { comparison ops, numerical } {
    set res {}
    set todo {5 {1 6} {1 2 2 3} {4 3 2 1} {5.0 5.0} {6 3 3 1} {5.0 5}}
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                                              0 \
          ]
test mathop-24.3 { binary ops, bad values } {
    set res {}
    set exp {}
    foreach op {% << >>} {
        lappend res [TestOp $op x 1]
        lappend exp "can't use non-numeric string \"x\" as operand of \"$op\" ARITH DOMAIN {non-numeric string}"
        lappend res [TestOp $op 1 x]
        lappend exp "can't use non-numeric string \"x\" as operand of \"$op\" ARITH DOMAIN {non-numeric string}"
    }
    foreach op {% << >>} {
        lappend res [TestOp $op 5.0 1]
        lappend exp "can't use floating-point value \"5.0\" as operand of \"$op\" ARITH DOMAIN {floating-point value}"
        lappend res [TestOp $op 1 5.0]
        lappend exp "can't use floating-point value \"5.0\" as operand of \"$op\" ARITH DOMAIN {floating-point value}"
    }
    foreach op {in ni} {
        lappend res [TestOp $op 5 "a b \{ c"]
        lappend exp "unmatched open brace in list TCL VALUE LIST BRACE"
    }
    lappend res [TestOp % 5 0]
    lappend exp "divide by zero ARITH DIVZERO {divide by zero}"
................................................................................
    lappend res [TestOp ** $small $wide]
    lappend exp "exponent too large NONE"
    lappend res [TestOp ** 2 $big]
    lappend exp "exponent too large NONE"
    lappend res [TestOp ** $huge 2.1]
    lappend exp "Inf"
    lappend res [TestOp ** 2 foo]
    lappend exp "can't use non-numeric string \"foo\" as operand of \"**\" ARITH DOMAIN {non-numeric string}"
    lappend res [TestOp ** foo 2]
    lappend exp "can't use non-numeric string \"foo\" as operand of \"**\" ARITH DOMAIN {non-numeric string}"

    expr {$res eq $exp ? 0 : $res}
} 0

test mathop-26.1 { misc ops, size combinations } {
    set big1      12135435435354435435342423948763867876
    set big2       2746237174783836746262564892918327847

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        proc test_ns_show {} {return "[namespace current]: 2"}
	namespace eval test_ns_hier3a {}
	namespace eval test_ns_hier3b {}
    }
    namespace eval test_ns_hier2a {}
    namespace eval test_ns_hier2b {}
}

test namespace-old-5.4 {nested namespaces can access global namespace} {
    list [namespace eval test_ns_hier1 {set test_ns_var_global}] \
         [namespace eval test_ns_hier1 {test_ns_cmd_global}] \
         [namespace eval test_ns_hier1::test_ns_hier2 {set test_ns_var_global}] \
         [namespace eval test_ns_hier1::test_ns_hier2 {test_ns_cmd_global}]
} {{var in ::} {cmd in ::} {var in ::} {cmd in ::}}

test namespace-old-5.5 {variables in different namespaces don't conflict} {
    list [set test_ns_hier1::test_ns_level] \
         [set test_ns_hier1::test_ns_hier2::test_ns_level]
} {1 2}
test namespace-old-5.6 {commands in different namespaces don't conflict} {
    list [test_ns_hier1::test_ns_show] \
         [test_ns_hier1::test_ns_hier2::test_ns_show]
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}
test namespace-old-6.11 {commands affect all parent namespaces} {
    proc test_ns_cache1::test_ns_cache2::test_ns_cache_cmd {} {
        return "cache2 version"
    }
    list [test_ns_cache1::trigger] [test_ns_cache1::test_ns_cache2::trigger]
} {{cache2 version} {cache2 version}}

test namespace-old-6.12 {define test variables} {
    variable test_ns_cache_var "global version"
    set trigger {set test_ns_cache_var}
    namespace eval test_ns_cache1 $trigger
} {global version}
    set trigger {set test_ns_cache_var}
test namespace-old-6.13 {one-level check for variable shadowing} {
    namespace eval test_ns_cache1 {
        variable test_ns_cache_var "cache1 version"
    }
    namespace eval test_ns_cache1 $trigger
} {cache1 version}
variable ::test_ns_cache_var "global version"

test namespace-old-6.14 {deleting variables changes variable epoch} {
    namespace eval test_ns_cache1 {
        variable test_ns_cache_var "cache1 version"
    }
    list [namespace eval test_ns_cache1 $trigger] \
	[namespace eval test_ns_cache1 {unset test_ns_cache_var}] \
	[namespace eval test_ns_cache1 $trigger]
} {{cache1 version} {} {global version}}

test namespace-old-6.15 {define test namespaces} {
    namespace eval test_ns_cache2 {
        variable test_ns_cache_var "global cache2 version"
    }
    set trigger2 {set test_ns_cache2::test_ns_cache_var}
    list [namespace eval test_ns_cache1 $trigger2] \
         [namespace eval test_ns_cache1::test_ns_cache2 $trigger]
} {{global cache2 version} {global version}}
set trigger2 {set test_ns_cache2::test_ns_cache_var}
test namespace-old-6.16 {public variables affect all parent namespaces} {
    variable test_ns_cache1::test_ns_cache2::test_ns_cache_var "cache2 version"
    list [namespace eval test_ns_cache1 $trigger2] \
         [namespace eval test_ns_cache1::test_ns_cache2 $trigger]
} {{cache2 version} {cache2 version}}
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        proc test_ns_show {} {return "[namespace current]: 2"}
	namespace eval test_ns_hier3a {}
	namespace eval test_ns_hier3b {}
    }
    namespace eval test_ns_hier2a {}
    namespace eval test_ns_hier2b {}
}
# TIP 278: secondary lookup disabled for vars, tests disabled with #
test namespace-old-5.4 {nested namespaces can access global namespace} {
    list [namespace eval test_ns_hier1 {#set test_ns_var_global}] \
         [namespace eval test_ns_hier1 {test_ns_cmd_global}] \
         [namespace eval test_ns_hier1::test_ns_hier2 {#set test_ns_var_global}] \
         [namespace eval test_ns_hier1::test_ns_hier2 {test_ns_cmd_global}]

} {{} {cmd in ::} {} {cmd in ::}}
test namespace-old-5.5 {variables in different namespaces don't conflict} {
    list [set test_ns_hier1::test_ns_level] \
         [set test_ns_hier1::test_ns_hier2::test_ns_level]
} {1 2}
test namespace-old-5.6 {commands in different namespaces don't conflict} {
    list [test_ns_hier1::test_ns_show] \
         [test_ns_hier1::test_ns_hier2::test_ns_show]
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}
test namespace-old-6.11 {commands affect all parent namespaces} {
    proc test_ns_cache1::test_ns_cache2::test_ns_cache_cmd {} {
        return "cache2 version"
    }
    list [test_ns_cache1::trigger] [test_ns_cache1::test_ns_cache2::trigger]
} {{cache2 version} {cache2 version}}
# TIP 278: secondary lookup disabled, catch added, result changed from {global version}
test namespace-old-6.12 {define test variables} {
    variable test_ns_cache_var "global version"
    set trigger {set test_ns_cache_var}
    list [catch {namespace eval test_ns_cache1 $trigger} msg] $msg
} {1 {can't read "test_ns_cache_var": no such variable}}
    set trigger {set test_ns_cache_var}
test namespace-old-6.13 {one-level check for variable shadowing} {
    namespace eval test_ns_cache1 {
        variable test_ns_cache_var "cache1 version"
    }
    namespace eval test_ns_cache1 $trigger
} {cache1 version}
variable ::test_ns_cache_var "global version"
# TIP 278: secondary lookup disabled, catch added, result changed from {global version}
test namespace-old-6.14 {deleting variables changes variable epoch} {
    namespace eval test_ns_cache1 {
        variable test_ns_cache_var "cache1 version"
    }
    list [namespace eval test_ns_cache1 $trigger] \
	[namespace eval test_ns_cache1 {unset test_ns_cache_var}] \
	[catch {namespace eval test_ns_cache1 $trigger}]
} {{cache1 version} {} 1}
# TIP 278: secondary lookup disabled, catch added, result changed
test namespace-old-6.15 {define test namespaces} {
    namespace eval test_ns_cache2 {
        variable test_ns_cache_var "global cache2 version"
    }
    set trigger2 {set test_ns_cache2::test_ns_cache_var}
    catch {list [namespace eval test_ns_cache1 $trigger2] \
	       [namespace eval test_ns_cache1::test_ns_cache2 $trigger]}
} 1
set trigger2 {set test_ns_cache2::test_ns_cache_var}
test namespace-old-6.16 {public variables affect all parent namespaces} {
    variable test_ns_cache1::test_ns_cache2::test_ns_cache_var "cache2 version"
    list [namespace eval test_ns_cache1 $trigger2] \
         [namespace eval test_ns_cache1::test_ns_cache2 $trigger]
} {{cache2 version} {cache2 version}}
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test namespace-2.2 {Tcl_GetCurrentNamespace} {
    set l {}
    lappend l [namespace current]
    namespace eval test_ns_1 {
        lappend l [namespace current]
        namespace eval foo {
            lappend l [namespace current]
        }
    }
    lappend l [namespace current]
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test namespace-3.1 {Tcl_GetGlobalNamespace} {
    namespace eval test_ns_1 {namespace eval foo {namespace eval bar {} } }
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    }
} -body {
    namespace eval test_ns_1 {
        list [catch {set ::test_ns_777::v} msg] $msg \
             [catch {namespace children test_ns_777} msg] $msg
    }
} -result {1 {can't read "::test_ns_777::v": no such variable} 1 {namespace "test_ns_777" not found in "::test_ns_1"}}


test namespace-14.3 {TclGetNamespaceForQualName, relative names} -setup {
    catch {namespace delete {*}[namespace children :: test_ns_*]}
    variable v 10
    namespace eval test_ns_1::test_ns_2 {
        variable v 20
    }
    namespace eval test_ns_2 {
        variable v 30
    }
} -body {
    namespace eval test_ns_1 {
        list $v $test_ns_2::v

    }
} -result {10 20}


test namespace-14.4 {TclGetNamespaceForQualName, relative ns names looked up only in current ns} {
    namespace eval test_ns_1::test_ns_2 {
        namespace eval foo {}
    }
    namespace eval test_ns_1 {
        list [namespace children test_ns_2] \
             [catch {namespace children test_ns_1} msg] $msg
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    catch {rename test_ns_1::test_ns_2:: {}}
    set l {}
} -body {
    lappend l [catch {test_ns_1::test_ns_2:: hello} msg] $msg
    proc test_ns_1::test_ns_2:: {args} {return "\{\}: $args"}
    lappend l [test_ns_1::test_ns_2:: hello]
} -result {1 {invalid command name "test_ns_1::test_ns_2::"} {{}: hello}}


test namespace-14.12 {TclGetNamespaceForQualName, extra ::s are significant for vars} -setup {
    catch {namespace delete {*}[namespace children :: test_ns_*]}
} -body {
    namespace eval test_ns_1 {
        variable {}
        set test_ns_1::(x) y
    }
    set test_ns_1::(x)
} -result y
test namespace-14.13 {TclGetNamespaceForQualName, namespace other than global ns can't have empty name} -setup {
    catch {namespace delete {*}[namespace children :: test_ns_*]}
} -returnCodes error -body {
    namespace eval test_ns_1 {
	proc {} {} {}
	namespace eval {} {}
	{}
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        variable x 777
    }
} -body {
    namespace eval test_ns_1 {
        set x
    }
} -result {777}


test namespace-17.7 {Tcl_FindNamespaceVar, relative name found} {
    namespace eval test_ns_1 {
	variable x 777
        unset x
        set x  ;# must be global x now
    }
} {314159}
test namespace-17.8 {Tcl_FindNamespaceVar, relative name not found} -body {
    namespace eval test_ns_1 {
        set wuzzat
    }
} -returnCodes error -result {can't read "wuzzat": no such variable}
test namespace-17.9 {Tcl_FindNamespaceVar, relative name and TCL_GLOBAL_ONLY} {
    namespace eval test_ns_1 {
        variable a hello
    }
    set test_ns_1::a
} {hello}


test namespace-17.10 {Tcl_FindNamespaceVar, interference with cached varNames} -setup {
    namespace eval test_ns_1 {}
} -body {
    proc test_ns {} {
	set ::test_ns_1::a 0
    }
    test_ns
    rename test_ns {}
    namespace eval test_ns_1 unset a
    set a 0
    namespace eval test_ns_1 set a 1
    namespace delete test_ns_1
    return $a
} -result 1
catch {unset a}
catch {unset x}

catch {unset l}
catch {rename foo {}}
test namespace-18.1 {TclResetShadowedCmdRefs, one-level check for command shadowing} -setup {
    catch {namespace delete {*}[namespace children :: test_ns_*]}
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    namespace eval test_ns_3 {
        list [namespace which foreach] \
             [namespace which p] \
             [namespace which cmd1] \
             [namespace which ::test_ns_2::cmd2]
    }
} -result {::foreach ::test_ns_3::p ::test_ns_3::cmd1 ::test_ns_2::cmd2}


test namespace-34.7 {NamespaceWhichCmd, variable lookup} -setup {
    catch {namespace delete {*}[namespace children test_ns_*]}
    namespace eval test_ns_1 {
        namespace export cmd*
        proc cmd1 {args} {return "cmd1: $args"}
        proc cmd2 {args} {return "cmd2: $args"}
    }
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    }
    namespace eval test_ns_3 {
        variable v3 333
        namespace import ::test_ns_2::*
    }
} -body {
    namespace eval test_ns_3 {
        list [namespace which -variable env] \
             [namespace which -variable v3] \
             [namespace which -variable ::test_ns_2::v2] \
             [catch {namespace which -variable ::test_ns_2::noSuchVar} msg] $msg
    }
} -result {::env ::test_ns_3::v3 ::test_ns_2::v2 0 {}}

test namespace-35.1 {FreeNsNameInternalRep, resulting ref count > 0} -setup {
    catch {namespace delete {*}[namespace children :: test_ns_*]}
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test namespace-2.2 {Tcl_GetCurrentNamespace} {
    set l {}
    lappend l [namespace current]
    namespace eval test_ns_1 {
        lappend ::l [namespace current]
        namespace eval foo {
            lappend ::l [namespace current]
        }
    }
    lappend l [namespace current]
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    namespace eval test_ns_1 {namespace eval foo {namespace eval bar {} } }
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    namespace eval test_ns_1 {
        list [catch {set ::test_ns_777::v} msg] $msg \
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    }
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test namespace-14.3 {TclGetNamespaceForQualName, relative names} -setup {
    catch {namespace delete {*}[namespace children :: test_ns_*]}
    variable v 10
    namespace eval test_ns_1::test_ns_2 {
        variable v 20
    }
    namespace eval test_ns_2 {
        variable v 30
    }
} -body {
    namespace eval test_ns_1 {
        # list $v $test_ns_2::v
        list [catch {set v} msg] $msg  [catch {set test_ns_2::v} msg] $msg
    }

} -result {1 {can't read "v": no such variable} 0 20}

test namespace-14.4 {TclGetNamespaceForQualName, relative ns names looked up only in current ns} {
    namespace eval test_ns_1::test_ns_2 {
        namespace eval foo {}
    }
    namespace eval test_ns_1 {
        list [namespace children test_ns_2] \
             [catch {namespace children test_ns_1} msg] $msg
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    catch {rename test_ns_1::test_ns_2:: {}}
    set l {}
} -body {
    lappend l [catch {test_ns_1::test_ns_2:: hello} msg] $msg
    proc test_ns_1::test_ns_2:: {args} {return "\{\}: $args"}
    lappend l [test_ns_1::test_ns_2:: hello]
} -result {1 {invalid command name "test_ns_1::test_ns_2::"} {{}: hello}}

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test namespace-14.12 {TclGetNamespaceForQualName, extra ::s are significant for vars} -setup {
    catch {namespace delete {*}[namespace children :: test_ns_*]}
} -body {
    namespace eval test_ns_1 {
        variable {}
        catch {set test_ns_1::(x) y} ::msg
    }
    list $::msg [catch {set test_ns_1::(x)} msg] $msg
} -result {{can't set "test_ns_1::(x)": parent namespace doesn't exist} 1 {can't read "test_ns_1::(x)": no such variable}}
test namespace-14.13 {TclGetNamespaceForQualName, namespace other than global ns can't have empty name} -setup {
    catch {namespace delete {*}[namespace children :: test_ns_*]}
} -returnCodes error -body {
    namespace eval test_ns_1 {
	proc {} {} {}
	namespace eval {} {}
	{}
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        variable x 777
    }
} -body {
    namespace eval test_ns_1 {
        set x
    }
} -result {777}

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test namespace-17.7 {Tcl_FindNamespaceVar, relative name found} {
    namespace eval test_ns_1 {
	variable x 777
        unset x
        list [catch {set x} msg] $msg  ;# must not be global x now
    }
} {1 {can't read "x": no such variable}}
test namespace-17.8 {Tcl_FindNamespaceVar, relative name not found} -body {
    namespace eval test_ns_1 {
        set wuzzat
    }
} -returnCodes error -result {can't read "wuzzat": no such variable}
test namespace-17.9 {Tcl_FindNamespaceVar, relative name and TCL_GLOBAL_ONLY} {
    namespace eval test_ns_1 {
        variable a hello
    }
    set test_ns_1::a
} {hello}

# TIP 278: secondary lookup disabled, result changed from 1
test namespace-17.10 {Tcl_FindNamespaceVar, interference with cached varNames} -setup {
    namespace eval test_ns_1 {}
} -body {
    proc test_ns {} {
	set ::test_ns_1::a 0
    }
    test_ns
    rename test_ns {}
    namespace eval test_ns_1 unset a
    set a 0
    namespace eval test_ns_1 set a 1
    namespace delete test_ns_1
    return $a
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test namespace-18.1 {TclResetShadowedCmdRefs, one-level check for command shadowing} -setup {
    catch {namespace delete {*}[namespace children :: test_ns_*]}
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        list [namespace which foreach] \
             [namespace which p] \
             [namespace which cmd1] \
             [namespace which ::test_ns_2::cmd2]
    }
} -result {::foreach ::test_ns_3::p ::test_ns_3::cmd1 ::test_ns_2::cmd2}

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test namespace-34.7 {NamespaceWhichCmd, variable lookup} -setup {
    catch {namespace delete {*}[namespace children test_ns_*]}
    namespace eval test_ns_1 {
        namespace export cmd*
        proc cmd1 {args} {return "cmd1: $args"}
        proc cmd2 {args} {return "cmd2: $args"}
    }
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    }
    namespace eval test_ns_3 {
        variable v3 333
        namespace import ::test_ns_2::*
    }
} -body {
    namespace eval test_ns_3 {
        list [catch {namespace which -variable env } msg] $msg \
             [namespace which -variable v3] \
             [namespace which -variable ::test_ns_2::v2] \
             [catch {namespace which -variable ::test_ns_2::noSuchVar} msg] $msg
    }
} -result {0 {} ::test_ns_3::v3 ::test_ns_2::v2 0 {}}

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    catch {namespace delete {*}[namespace children :: test_ns_*]}
} -body {
    namespace eval test_ns_1 {
        proc p {} {
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	set acode $code
	return "new result"
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    binary scan $str H* dump
    string compare [string index $str 10] \x00
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test string-5.18 {string index, bad integer} -body {
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makeDirectory notreadable
makeDirectory notwriteable

switch -- $::tcl_platform(platform) {
    unix {
	file attributes $notReadableDir -permissions 00333
	file attributes $notWriteableDir -permissions 00555
    }
    default {
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    set a 456
    namespace eval test_ns_var {
	catch {unset ::test_ns_var::vv}
	proc p {} {
	    # create namespace var vv linked to global a
	    testupvar 1 a {} vv namespace
	}
	p
    }

    list $test_ns_var::vv [set test_ns_var::vv 123] $a
} -result {456 123 123}
test var-3.5 {MakeUpvar, no call frame so my var will be in global :: ns} -setup {
    catch {unset aaaaa}
    catch {unset xxxxx}
} -body {
    set aaaaa 77777
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    catch {unset six}
} -body {
    set a ""
    set five 555
    set six  666
    namespace eval test_ns_var {
        variable five 5 six
        lappend a $five
    }
    lappend a $test_ns_var::five \
        [set test_ns_var::six 6] [set test_ns_var::six] $six
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    catch {unset five}
    catch {unset six}
} -result {5 5 6 6 666}
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        variable sev:::en 7
    }
} -result {can't define "sev:::en": parent namespace doesn't exist}
test var-7.8 {Tcl_VariableObjCmd, if var already exists and no value is given, leave value unchanged} {
    set a ""
    namespace eval test_ns_var {
        variable eight 8
        lappend a $eight
        variable eight
        lappend a $eight
    }
    set a
} {8 8}
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    catch {namespace delete test_ns_var2}
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    set a 456
    namespace eval test_ns_var {
	catch {unset ::test_ns_var::vv}
	proc p {} {
	    # create namespace var vv linked to global a
	    testupvar 2 a {} vv namespace 
	}
	p
    }
    # Modified: that should create a global var according to the docs!
    list $test_ns_var::vv [set test_ns_var::vv 123] $a
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    catch {unset aaaaa}
    catch {unset xxxxx}
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    set aaaaa 77777
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    catch {unset six}
} -body {
    set a ""
    set five 555
    set six  666
    namespace eval test_ns_var {
        variable five 5 six
        lappend ::a $five
    }
    lappend a $test_ns_var::five \
        [set test_ns_var::six 6] [set test_ns_var::six] $six
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    catch {unset five}
    catch {unset six}
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        variable sev:::en 7
    }
} -result {can't define "sev:::en": parent namespace doesn't exist}
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    set a ""
    namespace eval test_ns_var {
        variable eight 8
        lappend ::a $eight
        variable eight
        lappend ::a $eight
    }
    set a
} {8 8}
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    catch {namespace delete test_ns_var2}
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    set err [catch {while 1 2 3} msg]
    list $err $msg
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test while-old-4.4 {errors in while loops} {
    set err [catch {while {"a"+"b"} {error "loop aborted"}} msg]
    list $err $msg
} {1 {can't use non-numeric string as operand of "+"}}
test while-old-4.5 {errors in while loops} {
    catch {unset x}
    set x 1
    set err [catch {while {$x} {set x foo}} msg]
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    set err [catch {while 1 2 3} msg]
    list $err $msg
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    set err [catch {while {"a"+"b"} {error "loop aborted"}} msg]
    list $err $msg
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    catch {unset x}
    set x 1
    set err [catch {while {$x} {set x foo}} msg]
    list $err $msg
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    return $::errorInfo
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    while {"a"+"b"} {error "loop aborted"}
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    set value 1
    while {($tcl_platform(platform) != "foobar1") && \
	    ($tcl_platform(platform) != "foobar2")} {
        incr value
        break
    }
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    return $::errorInfo
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    unset i z
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    set z while
    $z {"a"+"b"} {error "loop aborted"}
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    set value 1
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    while {"a"+"b"} {error "loop aborted"}
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    set value 1
    while {($tcl_platform(platform) != "foobar1") && \
	    ($tcl_platform(platform) != "foobar2")} {
        incr value
        break
    }
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    return $::errorInfo
} -match glob -cleanup {
    unset i z
} -result {*"$z {$i<} {set x 1}"}
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    set z while
    $z {"a"+"b"} {error "loop aborted"}
} -returnCodes error -result {can't use non-numeric string "a" as operand of "+"}
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    set value 1
    set z while
    $z {($tcl_platform(platform) != "foobar1") && \
	    ($tcl_platform(platform) != "foobar2")} {
        incr value
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	"string is" classes

Generating HTML files.
The tcl-tk-man-html.tcl script from Robert Critchlow
generates a nice set of HTML with good cross references.
Use it like
    tclsh tcl-tk-man-html.tcl --htmldir=/tmp/tcl8.2
This script is very picky about the organization of man pages,
effectively acting as a style enforcer.

Generating Windows Help Files:
1) Build tcl in the ../unix directory
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	make
    this converts the Nroff to RTF files.
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Use it like
    tclsh tcl-tk-man-html.tcl --htmldir=/tmp/tcl9.0
This script is very picky about the organization of man pages,
effectively acting as a style enforcer.

Generating Windows Help Files:
1) Build tcl in the ../unix directory
2) On UNIX, (after autoconf and configure), do
	make
    this converts the Nroff to RTF files.
2) On Windows, convert the RTF to a Help doc, do
	nmake helpfile

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#
# This script attempts to determine what APIs exist in the source base that
# have not been documented.  By grepping through all of the doc/*.3 man
# pages, looking for "Pkg_*" (e.g., Tcl_ or Tk_), and comparing this list
# against the list of Pkg_ APIs found in the source (e.g., tcl8.2/*/*.[ch])
# we create six lists:
#      1) APIs in Source not in Docs.
#      2) APIs in Docs not in Source.
#      3) Internal APIs and structs.
#      4) Misc APIs and structs that we are not documenting.
#      5) Command APIs (e.g., Tcl_ArrayObjCmd.)
#      6) Proc pointers (e.g., Tcl_CloseProc.)
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    global argv0
    global argv

    set len [llength $argv]
    if {($len != 2) && ($len != 3)} {
	puts "usage: $argv0 pkgName pkgDir \[outFile\]"
	puts "   pkgName == Tcl,Tk"
	puts "   pkgDir  == /home/surles/cvs/tcl8.2"
	exit 1
    }

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    set dir [lindex $argv 1]
    if {[llength $argv] == 3} {
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# This script attempts to determine what APIs exist in the source base that
# have not been documented.  By grepping through all of the doc/*.3 man
# pages, looking for "Pkg_*" (e.g., Tcl_ or Tk_), and comparing this list
# against the list of Pkg_ APIs found in the source (e.g., tcl9.0/*/*.[ch])
# we create six lists:
#      1) APIs in Source not in Docs.
#      2) APIs in Docs not in Source.
#      3) Internal APIs and structs.
#      4) Misc APIs and structs that we are not documenting.
#      5) Command APIs (e.g., Tcl_ArrayObjCmd.)
#      6) Proc pointers (e.g., Tcl_CloseProc.)
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    global argv0
    global argv

    set len [llength $argv]
    if {($len != 2) && ($len != 3)} {
	puts "usage: $argv0 pkgName pkgDir \[outFile\]"
	puts "   pkgName == Tcl,Tk"
	puts "   pkgDir  == /home/surles/cvs/tcl9.0"
	exit 1
    }

    set pkg [lindex $argv 0]
    set dir [lindex $argv 1]
    if {[llength $argv] == 3} {
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#       See if there was a command-line option for where Tcl is;  if
#       not, assume that its top-level directory is a sibling of ours.
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

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if test "${with_tcl+set}" = set; then :
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#--------------------------------------------------------------------

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if test "${with_tcl+set}" = set; then :
  withval=$with_tcl; TCL_BIN_DIR=$withval
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#--------------------------------------------------------------------

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if test ! -d $TCL_BIN_DIR; then
    AC_MSG_ERROR(Tcl directory $TCL_BIN_DIR doesn't exist)
fi
if test ! -f $TCL_BIN_DIR/tclConfig.sh; then
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#--------------------------------------------------------------------

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if test ! -d $TCL_BIN_DIR; then
    AC_MSG_ERROR(Tcl directory $TCL_BIN_DIR doesn't exist)
fi
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    AC_MSG_ERROR(There's no tclConfig.sh in $TCL_BIN_DIR;  perhaps you didn't specify the Tcl *build* directory (not the toplevel Tcl directory) or you forgot to configure Tcl?)

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[OPTIONS]
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REPORT=Yes
TITLE=Tcl/Tk Reference Manual
CNT=tcl87.cnt
COPYRIGHT=Copyright  2000 Ajuba Solutions
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    puts stderr "ERROR: $msg"
    puts stderr "If running this script from 'make html', set the\
	NATIVE_TCLSH environment\nvariable to point to an installed\
	tclsh8.7 (or the equivalent tclsh87.exe\non Windows)."
    exit 1
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#
# Along the way detect many unmatched font changes and other odd things.
#
................................................................................
# an example of how someone might convert a specific set of man pages
# into hypertext, not as a general solution to the problem.  If you
# try to use this, you'll be very much on your own.
#
# Copyright (c) 1995-1997 Roger E. Critchlow Jr
# Copyright (c) 2004-2010 Donal K. Fellows

set ::Version "50/8.7"
set ::CSSFILE "docs.css"

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## Source the utility functions that provide most of the
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    puts stderr "ERROR: $msg"
    puts stderr "If running this script from 'make html', set the\
	NATIVE_TCLSH environment\nvariable to point to an installed\
	tclsh9.0 (or the equivalent tclsh90.exe\non Windows)."
    exit 1
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# Along the way detect many unmatched font changes and other odd things.
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# an example of how someone might convert a specific set of man pages
# into hypertext, not as a general solution to the problem.  If you
# try to use this, you'll be very much on your own.
#
# Copyright (c) 1995-1997 Roger E. Critchlow Jr
# Copyright (c) 2004-2010 Donal K. Fellows

set ::Version "50/9.0"
set ::CSSFILE "docs.css"

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## Source the utility functions that provide most of the
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	    done;
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		$(INSTALL_DATA_DIR) "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)"/$$i; \
		else true; \
		fi; \
	    done;
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	@echo "Installing package http1.0 files to $(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/http1.0/";
	@for i in $(TOP_DIR)/library/http1.0/*.tcl ; \
	    do \
	    $(INSTALL_DATA) $$i "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)"/http1.0; \
	    done;
	@echo "Installing package http 2.8.12 as a Tcl Module";
	@$(INSTALL_DATA) $(TOP_DIR)/library/http/http.tcl "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)"/../tcl8/8.6/http-2.8.12.tm;
	@echo "Installing package opt0.4 files to $(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/opt0.4/";
	@for i in $(TOP_DIR)/library/opt/*.tcl ; \
	    do \
	    $(INSTALL_DATA) $$i "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)"/opt0.4; \
	    done;
	@echo "Installing package msgcat 1.6.1 as a Tcl Module";
	@$(INSTALL_DATA) $(TOP_DIR)/library/msgcat/msgcat.tcl "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)"/../tcl8/8.5/msgcat-1.6.1.tm;
	@echo "Installing package tcltest 2.4.1 as a Tcl Module";
	@$(INSTALL_DATA) $(TOP_DIR)/library/tcltest/tcltest.tcl "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)"/../tcl8/8.5/tcltest-2.4.1.tm;

	@echo "Installing package platform 1.0.14 as a Tcl Module";
	@$(INSTALL_DATA) $(TOP_DIR)/library/platform/platform.tcl "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)"/../tcl8/8.4/platform-1.0.14.tm;
	@echo "Installing package platform::shell 1.1.4 as a Tcl Module";
	@$(INSTALL_DATA) $(TOP_DIR)/library/platform/shell.tcl "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)"/../tcl8/8.4/platform/shell-1.1.4.tm;

	@echo "Installing encoding files to $(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/encoding/";
	@for i in $(TOP_DIR)/library/encoding/*.enc ; do \
		$(INSTALL_DATA) $$i "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)"/encoding; \
	done;
	@if [ -n "$(TCL_MODULE_PATH)" -a -f $(TOP_DIR)/library/tm.tcl ]; then \
	    echo "Customizing tcl module path"; \
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	rm -f $(DISTROOT)/$(DISTNAME)-src.tar.gz $(DISTROOT)/$(ZIPNAME)
	cd $(DISTROOT); tar cf $(DISTNAME)-src.tar $(DISTNAME); \
		gzip -9 $(DISTNAME)-src.tar; zip -qr8 $(ZIPNAME) $(DISTNAME)

#--------------------------------------------------------------------------
# This target creates the HTML folder for Tcl & Tk and places it in
# DISTDIR/html. It uses the tcltk-man2html.tcl tool from the Tcl group's tool
# workspace. It depends on the Tcl & Tk being in directories called tcl8.* &
# tk8.* up two directories from the TOOL_DIR.
#
# Note that for platforms where this is important, it is more common to use a
# build of this HTML documentation that has already been placed online. As
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		echo "Making directory $$i"; \
		$(INSTALL_DATA_DIR) "$$i"; \
		else true; \
		fi; \
	    done;
	@for i in opt0.4 http1.0 encoding ../tcl9 ../tcl9/9.0  ../tcl9/9.0/platform; \
	    do \
	    if [ ! -d "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)"/$$i ] ; then \
		echo "Making directory $(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/$$i"; \
		$(INSTALL_DATA_DIR) "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)"/$$i; \
		else true; \
		fi; \
	    done;
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	    done;
	@echo "Installing package http1.0 files to $(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/http1.0/";
	@for i in $(TOP_DIR)/library/http1.0/*.tcl ; \
	    do \
	    $(INSTALL_DATA) $$i "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)"/http1.0; \
	    done;
	@echo "Installing package http 2.8.12 as a Tcl Module";
	@$(INSTALL_DATA) $(TOP_DIR)/library/http/http.tcl "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)"/../tcl9/9.0/http-2.8.12.tm;
	@echo "Installing package opt0.4 files to $(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/opt0.4/";
	@for i in $(TOP_DIR)/library/opt/*.tcl ; \
	    do \
	    $(INSTALL_DATA) $$i "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)"/opt0.4; \
	    done;
	@echo "Installing package msgcat 1.6.1 as a Tcl Module";
	@$(INSTALL_DATA) $(TOP_DIR)/library/msgcat/msgcat.tcl "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)"/../tcl9/9.0/msgcat-1.6.1.tm;
	@echo "Installing package tcltest 2.4.1 as a Tcl Module";
	@$(INSTALL_DATA) $(TOP_DIR)/library/tcltest/tcltest.tcl "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)"/../tcl9/9.0/tcltest-2.4.1.tm;

	@echo "Installing package platform 1.0.14 as a Tcl Module";
	@$(INSTALL_DATA) $(TOP_DIR)/library/platform/platform.tcl "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)"/../tcl9/9.0/platform-1.0.14.tm;
	@echo "Installing package platform::shell 1.1.4 as a Tcl Module";
	@$(INSTALL_DATA) $(TOP_DIR)/library/platform/shell.tcl "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)"/../tcl9/9.0/platform/shell-1.1.4.tm;

	@echo "Installing encoding files to $(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/encoding/";
	@for i in $(TOP_DIR)/library/encoding/*.enc ; do \
		$(INSTALL_DATA) $$i "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)"/encoding; \
	done;
	@if [ -n "$(TCL_MODULE_PATH)" -a -f $(TOP_DIR)/library/tm.tcl ]; then \
	    echo "Customizing tcl module path"; \
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	rm -f $(DISTROOT)/$(DISTNAME)-src.tar.gz $(DISTROOT)/$(ZIPNAME)
	cd $(DISTROOT); tar cf $(DISTNAME)-src.tar $(DISTNAME); \
		gzip -9 $(DISTNAME)-src.tar; zip -qr8 $(ZIPNAME) $(DISTNAME)

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# This target creates the HTML folder for Tcl & Tk and places it in
# DISTDIR/html. It uses the tcltk-man2html.tcl tool from the Tcl group's tool
# workspace. It depends on the Tcl & Tk being in directories called tcl9.* &
# tk8.* up two directories from the TOOL_DIR.
#
# Note that for platforms where this is important, it is more common to use a
# build of this HTML documentation that has already been placed online. As
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# Guess values for system-dependent variables and create Makefiles.
# Generated by GNU Autoconf 2.69 for tcl 8.7.
#
#
# Copyright (C) 1992-1996, 1998-2012 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#
#
# This configure script is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy, distribute and modify it.
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MFLAGS=
MAKEFLAGS=

# Identity of this package.
PACKAGE_NAME='tcl'
PACKAGE_TARNAME='tcl'
PACKAGE_VERSION='8.7'
PACKAGE_STRING='tcl 8.7'
PACKAGE_BUGREPORT=''
PACKAGE_URL=''

# Factoring default headers for most tests.
ac_includes_default="\
#include <stdio.h>
#ifdef HAVE_SYS_TYPES_H
................................................................................
#
# Report the --help message.
#
if test "$ac_init_help" = "long"; then
  # Omit some internal or obsolete options to make the list less imposing.
  # This message is too long to be a string in the A/UX 3.1 sh.
  cat <<_ACEOF
\`configure' configures tcl 8.7 to adapt to many kinds of systems.

Usage: $0 [OPTION]... [VAR=VALUE]...

To assign environment variables (e.g., CC, CFLAGS...), specify them as
VAR=VALUE.  See below for descriptions of some of the useful variables.

Defaults for the options are specified in brackets.
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  cat <<\_ACEOF
_ACEOF
fi

if test -n "$ac_init_help"; then
  case $ac_init_help in
     short | recursive ) echo "Configuration of tcl 8.7:";;
   esac
  cat <<\_ACEOF

Optional Features:
  --disable-option-checking  ignore unrecognized --enable/--with options
  --disable-FEATURE       do not include FEATURE (same as --enable-FEATURE=no)
  --enable-FEATURE[=ARG]  include FEATURE [ARG=yes]
................................................................................
    cd "$ac_pwd" || { ac_status=$?; break; }
  done
fi

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if $ac_init_version; then
  cat <<\_ACEOF
tcl configure 8.7
generated by GNU Autoconf 2.69

Copyright (C) 2012 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This configure script is free software; the Free Software Foundation
gives unlimited permission to copy, distribute and modify it.
_ACEOF
  exit
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  eval $as_lineno_stack; ${as_lineno_stack:+:} unset as_lineno

} # ac_fn_c_check_member
cat >config.log <<_ACEOF
This file contains any messages produced by compilers while
running configure, to aid debugging if configure makes a mistake.

It was created by tcl $as_me 8.7, which was
generated by GNU Autoconf 2.69.  Invocation command line was

  $ $0 $@

_ACEOF
exec 5>>config.log
{
................................................................................
ac_compiler_gnu=$ac_cv_c_compiler_gnu






TCL_VERSION=8.7
TCL_MAJOR_VERSION=8
TCL_MINOR_VERSION=7
TCL_PATCH_LEVEL="a2"
VERSION=${TCL_VERSION}

EXTRA_INSTALL_BINARIES=${EXTRA_INSTALL_BINARIES:-"@:"}
EXTRA_BUILD_HTML=${EXTRA_BUILD_HTML:-"@:"}

#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Setup configure arguments for bundled packages
................................................................................
test $as_write_fail = 0 && chmod +x $CONFIG_STATUS || ac_write_fail=1

cat >>$CONFIG_STATUS <<\_ACEOF || ac_write_fail=1
# Save the log message, to keep $0 and so on meaningful, and to
# report actual input values of CONFIG_FILES etc. instead of their
# values after options handling.
ac_log="
This file was extended by tcl $as_me 8.7, which was
generated by GNU Autoconf 2.69.  Invocation command line was

  CONFIG_FILES    = $CONFIG_FILES
  CONFIG_HEADERS  = $CONFIG_HEADERS
  CONFIG_LINKS    = $CONFIG_LINKS
  CONFIG_COMMANDS = $CONFIG_COMMANDS
  $ $0 $@
................................................................................

Report bugs to the package provider."

_ACEOF
cat >>$CONFIG_STATUS <<_ACEOF || ac_write_fail=1
ac_cs_config="`$as_echo "$ac_configure_args" | sed 's/^ //; s/[\\""\`\$]/\\\\&/g'`"
ac_cs_version="\\
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configured by $0, generated by GNU Autoconf 2.69,
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# Guess values for system-dependent variables and create Makefiles.
# Generated by GNU Autoconf 2.69 for tcl 9.0.
#
#
# Copyright (C) 1992-1996, 1998-2012 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#
#
# This configure script is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy, distribute and modify it.
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MFLAGS=
MAKEFLAGS=

# Identity of this package.
PACKAGE_NAME='tcl'
PACKAGE_TARNAME='tcl'
PACKAGE_VERSION='9.0'
PACKAGE_STRING='tcl 9.0'
PACKAGE_BUGREPORT=''
PACKAGE_URL=''

# Factoring default headers for most tests.
ac_includes_default="\
#include <stdio.h>
#ifdef HAVE_SYS_TYPES_H
................................................................................
#
# Report the --help message.
#
if test "$ac_init_help" = "long"; then
  # Omit some internal or obsolete options to make the list less imposing.
  # This message is too long to be a string in the A/UX 3.1 sh.
  cat <<_ACEOF
\`configure' configures tcl 9.0 to adapt to many kinds of systems.

Usage: $0 [OPTION]... [VAR=VALUE]...

To assign environment variables (e.g., CC, CFLAGS...), specify them as
VAR=VALUE.  See below for descriptions of some of the useful variables.

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................................................................................

  cat <<\_ACEOF
_ACEOF
fi

if test -n "$ac_init_help"; then
  case $ac_init_help in
     short | recursive ) echo "Configuration of tcl 9.0:";;
   esac
  cat <<\_ACEOF

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  --disable-option-checking  ignore unrecognized --enable/--with options
  --disable-FEATURE       do not include FEATURE (same as --enable-FEATURE=no)
  --enable-FEATURE[=ARG]  include FEATURE [ARG=yes]
................................................................................
    cd "$ac_pwd" || { ac_status=$?; break; }
  done
fi

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if $ac_init_version; then
  cat <<\_ACEOF
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generated by GNU Autoconf 2.69

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gives unlimited permission to copy, distribute and modify it.
_ACEOF
  exit
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  eval $as_lineno_stack; ${as_lineno_stack:+:} unset as_lineno

} # ac_fn_c_check_member
cat >config.log <<_ACEOF
This file contains any messages produced by compilers while
running configure, to aid debugging if configure makes a mistake.

It was created by tcl $as_me 9.0, which was
generated by GNU Autoconf 2.69.  Invocation command line was

  $ $0 $@

_ACEOF
exec 5>>config.log
{
................................................................................
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TCL_VERSION=9.0
TCL_MAJOR_VERSION=9
TCL_MINOR_VERSION=0
TCL_PATCH_LEVEL="a0"
VERSION=${TCL_VERSION}

EXTRA_INSTALL_BINARIES=${EXTRA_INSTALL_BINARIES:-"@:"}
EXTRA_BUILD_HTML=${EXTRA_BUILD_HTML:-"@:"}

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# Setup configure arguments for bundled packages
................................................................................
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cat >>$CONFIG_STATUS <<\_ACEOF || ac_write_fail=1
# Save the log message, to keep $0 and so on meaningful, and to
# report actual input values of CONFIG_FILES etc. instead of their
# values after options handling.
ac_log="
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generated by GNU Autoconf 2.69.  Invocation command line was

  CONFIG_FILES    = $CONFIG_FILES
  CONFIG_HEADERS  = $CONFIG_HEADERS
  CONFIG_LINKS    = $CONFIG_LINKS
  CONFIG_COMMANDS = $CONFIG_COMMANDS
  $ $0 $@
................................................................................

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_ACEOF
cat >>$CONFIG_STATUS <<_ACEOF || ac_write_fail=1
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ac_cs_version="\\
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configured by $0, generated by GNU Autoconf 2.69,
  with options \\"\$ac_cs_config\\"

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dnl	generate the file "configure", which is run during Tcl installation
dnl	to configure the system for the local environment.

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m4_ifdef([SC_USE_CONFIG_HEADERS], [
    AC_CONFIG_HEADERS([tclConfig.h:../unix/tclConfig.h.in])
    AC_CONFIG_COMMANDS_PRE([DEFS="-DHAVE_TCL_CONFIG_H  -imacros tclConfig.h"])
    AH_TOP([
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     * include both tclConfig.h and tkConfig.h at the same time: */
    /* override */ #undef PACKAGE_NAME
    /* override */ #undef PACKAGE_STRING
    /* override */ #undef PACKAGE_TARNAME
    #endif /* _TCLCONFIG */])
])

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TCL_MAJOR_VERSION=8
TCL_MINOR_VERSION=7
TCL_PATCH_LEVEL="a2"
VERSION=${TCL_VERSION}

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dnl	This file is an input file used by the GNU "autoconf" program to
dnl	generate the file "configure", which is run during Tcl installation
dnl	to configure the system for the local environment.

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    AC_CONFIG_HEADERS([tclConfig.h:../unix/tclConfig.h.in])
    AC_CONFIG_COMMANDS_PRE([DEFS="-DHAVE_TCL_CONFIG_H  -imacros tclConfig.h"])
    AH_TOP([
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    /* override */ #undef PACKAGE_NAME
    /* override */ #undef PACKAGE_STRING
    /* override */ #undef PACKAGE_TARNAME
    #endif /* _TCLCONFIG */])
])

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TCL_MINOR_VERSION=0
TCL_PATCH_LEVEL="a0"
VERSION=${TCL_VERSION}

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License:       BSD
Group:         Development/Languages
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Release:       2
License:       BSD
Group:         Development/Languages
Source:        http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/tcl/tcl%{version}-src.tar.gz
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	    done;
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	    do \
	    if [ ! -d $(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/$$i ] ; then \
		echo "Making directory $(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/$$i"; \
		$(MKDIR) $(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/$$i; \
		else true; \
		fi; \
	    done;
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	    done;
	@echo "Installing library http1.0 directory";
	@for j in $(ROOT_DIR)/library/http1.0/*.tcl; \
	    do \
	    $(COPY) "$$j" "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/http1.0"; \
	    done;
	@echo "Installing package http 2.8.12 as a Tcl Module";
	@$(COPY) $(ROOT_DIR)/library/http/http.tcl $(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/../tcl8/8.6/http-2.8.12.tm;
	@echo "Installing library opt0.4 directory";
	@for j in $(ROOT_DIR)/library/opt/*.tcl; \
	    do \
	    $(COPY) "$$j" "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/opt0.4"; \
	    done;
	@echo "Installing package msgcat 1.6.1 as a Tcl Module";
	@$(COPY) $(ROOT_DIR)/library/msgcat/msgcat.tcl $(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/../tcl8/8.5/msgcat-1.6.1.tm;
	@echo "Installing package tcltest 2.4.0 as a Tcl Module";
	@$(COPY) $(ROOT_DIR)/library/tcltest/tcltest.tcl $(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/../tcl8/8.5/tcltest-2.4.0.tm;
	@echo "Installing package platform 1.0.14 as a Tcl Module";
	@$(COPY) $(ROOT_DIR)/library/platform/platform.tcl $(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/../tcl8/8.4/platform-1.0.14.tm;
	@echo "Installing package platform::shell 1.1.4 as a Tcl Module";
	@$(COPY) $(ROOT_DIR)/library/platform/shell.tcl $(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/../tcl8/8.4/platform/shell-1.1.4.tm;
	@echo "Installing encodings";
	@for i in $(ROOT_DIR)/library/encoding/*.enc ; do \
		$(COPY) "$$i" "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/encoding"; \
	done;

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	@echo "Installing time zone data"
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	$(TCL_EXE) "$(ROOT_DIR_NATIVE)/tools/genStubs.tcl" \
	    "$(GENERIC_DIR_NATIVE)" \
	    "$(GENERIC_DIR_NATIVE)/tclOO.decls"

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# This target creates the HTML folder for Tcl & Tk and places it in
# DISTDIR/html. It uses the tcltk-man2html.tcl tool from the Tcl group's tool
# workspace. It depends on the Tcl & Tk being in directories called tcl8.* &
# tk8.* up two directories from the TOOL_DIR.
#

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	    done;
	@for i in http1.0 opt0.4 encoding ../tcl9 ../tcl9/9.0 ../tcl9/9.0/platform; \
	    do \
	    if [ ! -d $(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/$$i ] ; then \
		echo "Making directory $(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/$$i"; \
		$(MKDIR) $(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/$$i; \
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	    done;
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	@echo "Installing library http1.0 directory";
	@for j in $(ROOT_DIR)/library/http1.0/*.tcl; \
	    do \
	    $(COPY) "$$j" "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/http1.0"; \
	    done;
	@echo "Installing package http 2.8.12 as a Tcl Module";
	@$(COPY) $(ROOT_DIR)/library/http/http.tcl $(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/../tcl9/9.0/http-2.8.12.tm;
	@echo "Installing library opt0.4 directory";
	@for j in $(ROOT_DIR)/library/opt/*.tcl; \
	    do \
	    $(COPY) "$$j" "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/opt0.4"; \
	    done;
	@echo "Installing package msgcat 1.6.1 as a Tcl Module";
	@$(COPY) $(ROOT_DIR)/library/msgcat/msgcat.tcl $(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/../tcl9/9.0/msgcat-1.6.1.tm;
	@echo "Installing package tcltest 2.4.0 as a Tcl Module";
	@$(COPY) $(ROOT_DIR)/library/tcltest/tcltest.tcl $(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/../tcl9/9.0/tcltest-2.4.0.tm;
	@echo "Installing package platform 1.0.14 as a Tcl Module";
	@$(COPY) $(ROOT_DIR)/library/platform/platform.tcl $(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/../tcl9/9.0/platform-1.0.14.tm;
	@echo "Installing package platform::shell 1.1.4 as a Tcl Module";
	@$(COPY) $(ROOT_DIR)/library/platform/shell.tcl $(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/../tcl9/9.0/platform/shell-1.1.4.tm;
	@echo "Installing encodings";
	@for i in $(ROOT_DIR)/library/encoding/*.enc ; do \
		$(COPY) "$$i" "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)/encoding"; \
	done;

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	@echo "Installing time zone data"
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	$(TCL_EXE) "$(ROOT_DIR_NATIVE)/tools/genStubs.tcl" \
	    "$(GENERIC_DIR_NATIVE)" \
	    "$(GENERIC_DIR_NATIVE)/tclOO.decls"

#
# This target creates the HTML folder for Tcl & Tk and places it in
# DISTDIR/html. It uses the tcltk-man2html.tcl tool from the Tcl group's tool
# workspace. It depends on the Tcl & Tk being in directories called tcl9.* &
# tk8.* up two directories from the TOOL_DIR.
#

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HTML_INSTALL_DIR=$(ROOT_DIR)/html
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	$(MAKE) shell SCRIPT="$(TOOL_DIR)/tcltk-man2html.tcl --htmldir=$(HTML_INSTALL_DIR) --srcdir=$(ROOT_DIR)/.. $(BUILD_HTML_FLAGS)"

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1. Introduction
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This is the directory where you configure and compile the Windows
version of Tcl.  This directory also contains source files for Tcl
that are specific to Microsoft Windows.
................................................................................
	http://www.tcl.tk/doc/howto/compile.html#win

2. Compiling Tcl
----------------

In order to compile Tcl for Windows, you need the following:

	Tcl 8.7 Source Distribution (plus any patches)

	and

	Visual C++ 6 or newer

	or

................................................................................
and Msys, you can download a suitable win32 or win64 compiler from
[https://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw-w64/files/]

Use the Makefile "install" target to install Tcl.  It will install it
according to the prefix options you provided in the correct directory
structure.

Note that in order to run tclsh87.exe, you must ensure that tcl87.dll is
on your path, in the system directory, or in the directory containing
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1. Introduction
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This is the directory where you configure and compile the Windows
version of Tcl.  This directory also contains source files for Tcl
that are specific to Microsoft Windows.
................................................................................
	http://www.tcl.tk/doc/howto/compile.html#win

2. Compiling Tcl
----------------

In order to compile Tcl for Windows, you need the following:

	Tcl 9.0 Source Distribution (plus any patches)

	and

	Visual C++ 6 or newer

	or

................................................................................
and Msys, you can download a suitable win32 or win64 compiler from
[https://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw-w64/files/]

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according to the prefix options you provided in the correct directory
structure.

Note that in order to run tclsh90.exe, you must ensure that tcl90.dll is
on your path, in the system directory, or in the directory containing
tclsh90.exe.

Note: Tcl no longer provides support for Win32s.

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VER=$TCL_MAJOR_VERSION$TCL_MINOR_VERSION

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	@if not exist "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)$(NULL)" \
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	@if not exist "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)\..\tcl8$(NULL)" \
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	@echo Installing header files
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	@$(CPY) "$(GENERICDIR)\tclDecls.h"        "$(INCLUDE_INSTALL_DIR)\"
	@$(CPY) "$(GENERICDIR)\tclOO.h"           "$(INCLUDE_INSTALL_DIR)\"
	@$(CPY) "$(GENERICDIR)\tclOODecls.h"      "$(INCLUDE_INSTALL_DIR)\"
	@$(CPY) "$(GENERICDIR)\tclPlatDecls.h"    "$(INCLUDE_INSTALL_DIR)\"
	@$(CPY) "$(GENERICDIR)\tclTomMath.h"      "$(INCLUDE_INSTALL_DIR)\"
................................................................................
	@$(CPY) "$(ROOT)\library\http1.0\*.tcl" \
	    "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)\http1.0\"
	@echo Installing library opt0.4 directory
	@$(CPY) "$(ROOT)\library\opt\*.tcl" \
	    "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)\opt0.4\"
	@echo Installing package http $(PKG_HTTP_VER) as a Tcl Module
	@$(COPY) "$(ROOT)\library\http\http.tcl" \
	    "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)\..\tcl8\8.6\http-$(PKG_HTTP_VER).tm"
	@echo Installing package msgcat $(PKG_MSGCAT_VER) as a Tcl Module
	@$(COPY) "$(ROOT)\library\msgcat\msgcat.tcl" \
	    "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)\..\tcl8\8.5\msgcat-$(PKG_MSGCAT_VER).tm"
	@echo Installing package tcltest $(PKG_TCLTEST_VER) as a Tcl Module
	@$(COPY) "$(ROOT)\library\tcltest\tcltest.tcl" \
	    "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)\..\tcl8\8.5\tcltest-$(PKG_TCLTEST_VER).tm"
	@echo Installing package platform $(PKG_PLATFORM_VER) as a Tcl Module
	@$(COPY) "$(ROOT)\library\platform\platform.tcl" \
	    "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)\..\tcl8\8.4\platform-$(PKG_PLATFORM_VER).tm"
	@echo Installing package platform::shell $(PKG_SHELL_VER) as a Tcl Module
	@$(COPY) "$(ROOT)\library\platform\shell.tcl" \
	    "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)\..\tcl8\8.4\platform\shell-$(PKG_SHELL_VER).tm"
	@echo Installing $(TCLDDELIBNAME)
!if $(STATIC_BUILD)
!if !$(TCL_USE_STATIC_PACKAGES)
	@$(CPY) "$(TCLDDELIB)" "$(LIB_INSTALL_DIR)\"
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		$(MKDIR) "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)\..\tcl9\9.0\platform"


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	@$(CPY) "$(GENERICDIR)\tclDecls.h"        "$(INCLUDE_INSTALL_DIR)\"
	@$(CPY) "$(GENERICDIR)\tclOO.h"           "$(INCLUDE_INSTALL_DIR)\"
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	    "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)\http1.0\"
	@echo Installing library opt0.4 directory
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	    "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)\opt0.4\"
	@echo Installing package http $(PKG_HTTP_VER) as a Tcl Module
	@$(COPY) "$(ROOT)\library\http\http.tcl" \
	    "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)\..\tcl9\9.0\http-$(PKG_HTTP_VER).tm"
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	    "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)\..\tcl9\9.0\msgcat-$(PKG_MSGCAT_VER).tm"
	@echo Installing package tcltest $(PKG_TCLTEST_VER) as a Tcl Module
	@$(COPY) "$(ROOT)\library\tcltest\tcltest.tcl" \
	    "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)\..\tcl9\9.0\tcltest-$(PKG_TCLTEST_VER).tm"
	@echo Installing package platform $(PKG_PLATFORM_VER) as a Tcl Module
	@$(COPY) "$(ROOT)\library\platform\platform.tcl" \
	    "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)\..\tcl9\9.0\platform-$(PKG_PLATFORM_VER).tm"
	@echo Installing package platform::shell $(PKG_SHELL_VER) as a Tcl Module
	@$(COPY) "$(ROOT)\library\platform\shell.tcl" \
	    "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)\..\tcl9\9.0\platform\shell-$(PKG_SHELL_VER).tm"
	@echo Installing $(TCLDDELIBNAME)
!if $(STATIC_BUILD)
!if !$(TCL_USE_STATIC_PACKAGES)
	@$(CPY) "$(TCLDDELIB)" "$(LIB_INSTALL_DIR)\"
!endif
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TITLE=Tcl/Tk Reference Manual
CNT=tcl87.cnt
COPYRIGHT=Copyright  2000 Ajuba Solutions
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#------------------------------------------------------------------------

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    if test -d ../../tcl8.7$1/win;  then
	TCL_BIN_DEFAULT=../../tcl8.7$1/win
    else
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    fi

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	    TCL_BIN_DIR=$withval, TCL_BIN_DIR=`cd $TCL_BIN_DEFAULT; pwd`)
    if test ! -d $TCL_BIN_DIR; then
	AC_MSG_ERROR(Tcl directory $TCL_BIN_DIR does not exist)
    fi
    if test ! -f $TCL_BIN_DIR/Makefile; then
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    fi

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