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       ::clig::Int - declare an option with parameters of type int


       package require clig
       namespace import ::clig::*
       setSpec db

       Int -opt varname usage [-c min max] {[-d default ...]  | [-m]} [-r rmin


       The Int command declares -opt to have zero or more  integer  arguments.
       The  parameters variable and usage as well as the options -c, -d and -m
       are described in clig::String(n).

       -r     instructs the parser to check that arguments given to  -opt  are
              within  the  inclusive  range  between  rmin  and rmax.  Special
              values for rmin and rmax are -oo and oo" denoting  negative  and
              positive  infinity  thereby  not  constraining the parameters of

       WARNING: The  implementation  of  option  -d  is  currently  incomplete
       insofar,  as the specified default values are not checked by clig, i.e.
       the following would go unnoticed:

              -d 1.0 -r 500 600

       In this case, if option is not on the command  line,  the  clig  parser
       will set variable varname for its caller to the out-of-range value 1.0.
       (Maybe this is a feature?)

       Example use of Int:

         Int -ind indices {list of indices to use} \
             -r 0 99  \
             -d 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 \
             -c 1 oo


       Within a Tcl-script, the parser will set the variable with name varname
       in the stack-frame of its caller if and only if option -opt is found on
       the command line or has a default value.

       The structure returned by  the  parser  contains  the  slots  varnameP,
       varname  and  varnameC.   The  slot  varnameP will be set to a non-zero
       value, if and only if the option -opt is found on the command  line  or
       has  a default value. Otherwise it will be 0. The slot varnameC will be
       set to the number of arguments  found  for  -opt.   If  the  number  of
       arguments  for  -opt  is allowed to be greater than 1, slot varname has
       type int*, otherwise it has type int.


       clig(1),  clig_Commandline(7),   clig_Description(7),   clig_Double(7),
       clig_Flag(7),  clig_Float(7), clig_Long(7), clig_Name(7), clig_Rest(7),
       clig_String(7), clig_Usage(7), clig_Version(7), clig_parseCmdline(7)