... at least not anymore, I take it the original TCC/LE was on the average feature level of TCC 13 back then (without the "Take Command" gui)?There is no connection between the TCMD and TCC/LE version numbers.
Thanks, I didn't realize - one more reason to add a short piece of information about the LR version numbers and feature level to the download page (https://jpsoft.com/all-downloads/downloads.html) ... it could only help your full TCC sales if people don't think of LE/14 as TCC/14 without the gui.The original TCC/LE was (and still is) roughly the equivalent of 4NT v6.
Yeah, good luck with that :-p ... tcc and tcc/le are moving further apart with each version, so getting any complex script developed on tcc to work on le will be hell on earth as there's no "le compatibiliy check" in the debugger or the like, but you have to test-run every scenario to see if it works.so he develops with his own copy and writes it to be LE compatible. ("Been there and still doing that ...")
Not difficult at all. Basically, turn off piping and & as the command separator, use GOSUB's instead of user-defined functions, can't use regular expressions and can't use array variables. In my case it's basically reading text from a file, parsing it, massaging the data, and output it in semicolon-delimited files or as text files. We use it to take downloads from hospital information systems and massage those to import into a custom database. We also take output from the database, use TCC/LE to generate a comments file, a csv file that gets imported into Excel, and then start FileZilla to upload the file to this hospital's server.Yeah, good luck with that :-p ... tcc and tcc/le are moving further apart with each version, so getting any complex script developed on tcc to work on le will be hell on earth as there's no "le compatibiliy check" in the debugger or the like, but you have to test-run every scenario to see if it works.
It's great you came up with rt, this always was a major point of fud since 4dos times and recently even made me think about switching to python.No need to use TCC/LE at all for running scripts; you can use TCC RT which is (1) free, and (2) compatible with the current full version of TCC.
I am probably in the minority, but I paid for NDOS, 4DOS & 4NT & multiple upgrades over the years. TCC/LE is most like what I'm used to.The practical reality is that LE will be used on PC's at small companies where the owners would never even consider spending $80 (or even $40) per PC "for a DOS program" even for 3-4 PC's, no matter how useful the product would be.