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How to put a string

How to put a string

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Hi,

I have extracted a line from a file,Now I want to put particular string from that .How to do that.Please help.

For example:
I have extracted a line
CDC Status: CDC-P1 not complete
using command
if { [ regexp "^# CDC Status:" $line ] } {
regsub -all {(\s+)} $line { } temp_sta

Now I want to set a variable to CDC-P1 not complete .

How to extract that.


Thanks

RE: How to put a string

Hi

  • Your sample string contains no "#", so why regexp's expression includes it ?
  • Your regsub replaces one or more consecutive whitespace characters with one space. Why ?
Anyway, there is no need for the regsub call, the regexp alone can solve it :

CODE --> Tcl

set line "CDC Status: CDC-P1 not complete"

regexp "^CDC Status: *(.*)" $line {} temp_sta

puts $temp_sta 

Feherke.
feherke.github.io

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