REPOST: tcl???

~Jason~ freebird317 at
Fri Dec 28 01:04:11 CET 2001

I am playing around with Python and it is telling me that to activate tcl
type tclch80.  I do this and I get an error.  I think may be it is because
either I am typing in the wrong version or I do not have it?  Am I right and
if so how do I correct it? And if I am wrong, how do I fix it?  What it
wants me to do is type [% put "Hello World"] and I do that and I get an
error, why?

If GOD be for us, who can be against us?
                ~ Romans 8:31~
                    Jason Lehman
             freebird317 at

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