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C. K. Ladzekpo - African Music and Dance
C. K. Ladzekpo - African Music and Dance. A mirror of this site is maintained at ... Click to send email to ladzekpo@uclink4.berkeley.edu ...
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C. K. Ladzekpo - African Music and Dance
Click to send email to ladzekpo@uclink4.berkeley.edu ... Richard Hodges whose Home Page also has original material about African music and culture. ...
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Expect for Windows NT
Apr 15, 1999 ... I've installed the Expect distribution, but the Expect executable does not work interactively. How can I use Expect interactively on Windows ...
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Expect for Windows NT
Apr 15, 1999 ... You can find some sample scripts in the source distribution. In the expect-5.21/win/tests/ directory, there is a test suite suite. ...
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Expect for Windows NT
Apr 15, 1999 ... You can also execute shell scripts directly with Tcl's exec command and Expect's spawn command. The process execution code has been patched ...
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Expect for Windows NT
Apr 15, 1999 ... Snapshot 29 (4/15/1999): Expect/Tcl/Tk/BLT Binary · ExpectNT 5.21 Source Tcl .... Are there any example scripts for Expect on Windows NT? ...
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Tcl/Tk for Win32 Information
Documentation. Tcl/Tk Reference Pages ... This is a beta release that supports most, but not all, of expect. The package also comes BLT. ...
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Expect for Windows NT
Apr 15, 1999 ... Expect runs spawned processes under control of a simple debugger. The Win32 API does not allow either two debuggers to attach to the same ...
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Tcl/Tk for Win32 Information
Tcl/Tk for Win32 Information ... This is a beta release that supports most, but not all, of expect. The package also comes BLT. ...
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Palm OS Inventory Manager
I propose solving this problem by creating a inventory database program for use with the Palm OS®. This program would allow individuals to record items in a ...
 
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