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DFT algorithm and tcllib?

DFT algorithm and tcllib?

DFT algorithm and tcllib?

Newbie question:

I am trying to add the package Tcllib so I can use a function, generic_DFT, that apparently is in it. When I type "package require tcllib" I get the message "can't find package tcllib" even though the auto_path variable seems to have the right path. When I invoke the generic_DFT function, I get the message "invalid command name generic_DFT" so tcl does not already have this function loaded.

None of the documentation I've seen sheds any light on this problem. Thanks in advance for advice.

RE: DFT algorithm and tcllib?

Tcllib is a collection of packages, like math::calculus, for example.  I'm not familiar with generic_DFT but I assume it is a function contained in one of those packages.  You don't require Tcllib but rather one or more of it's bundled packages.

Bob Rashkin

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