in reply to Re^2: Alternative to Expect for Activestate Perl on Windows ?
in thread Alternative to Expect for Activestate Perl on Windows ?
This is kinda intriguing, most programmers wouldn't argue that you should know more than one language and always use the best tool for the job. Plus Tcl is really, really simple and shouldn't be any pain to learn.
But I guess, the good enough or even barely acceptable solution might win, since it's seems that using the best tool for the job might sometimes be too costly.
So yea I too would vote for a Perl module, if you don't know Tcl and the module is good enough or even barely passable. (And that was an example of using if as a statment modifier)