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Tcl and octave

From: Chris McNett
Subject: Tcl and octave
Date: Tue, 15 May 2001 23:08:27 -0500 (EST)

There's a package called tmath that lets you use matlab and mathematica in
tcl without pipes.  Unfortunately, it's a bit outdated and doesn't
compile, and I would rather use octave instad. Is there something like
this for tcl, perl, or another scripting language that works with octave?
If not, is there an easy way to run tcl or perl scripts through octave and
easily send data (such as a string) back?

Also, in Matlab's Instrument Control Toolbox, there is a serial port
object similar to tcl's serial port support.  Is there an equivalent for

--Chris McNett

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