On 16 May 2007 03:32:32 -0700, Mark Tarver <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The trailing newline that ALWAYS exists at the end of the
>I recently created an empty textbox and wanted to find what TCL
>thought was in it.
>I used these commands
>% text .t
>% pack .t
>% .t get 1.0 end
>% set x [.t get 1.0 end]
>% puts [string length $x]
>What is in x exactly?
contents of any textbox, try as you might to get rid of it.
I'm sure there is a perfectly good reason for this, but
I have to confess that I find it to be an accursed nuisance.
It's easy to deal with it when you know it's there...
set x [.t get 1.0 end-1c]
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