how to use vector(tcl object) in C

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  1. cimon

    cimon New Member

    Feb 9, 2007
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    man vector gives

           vector -  Vector data type for Tcl
           vector create vecName ?vecName...? ?switches?
    This I saw somewhere has been used in C code as follows
    cellWidth = vector(1, numNodes);
    cellHeight = vector(1, numNodes);

    I wanted to know, how can this vector can be used.
    Because when I tried to use it, it said be vector not declared, is ther some particular way to use TCL object. As it is C code, so i m sure it is not at all related to vector class

    can some one shed some light if this is vector what I am thinking of, because I didn't found any vector defination in any other file, where I saw this use of vector.

    I am Feisty Fawn (7.04)(Ubuntu Linux) and use gcc.

    -Thank You

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