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        ::clig::String - declare an option with parameters of type string


        package require clig
        namespace import ::clig::*
        setSpec db
        String -opt varname usage [-c min max] {[-d default ...]  | [-m]}


        The String command declares -opt to have zero or more string arguments.
               declares that arguments found for -opt are passed to the  caller
               of the parser in a variable (tcl) or slot (C) of that name.
        usage  is  a  short  text describing -opt.  It is used in the generated
               manual or in a usage-message printed by the parser if necessary.
        -c     specifies  the minimum and maximum number of parameters -opt may
               have. If less than min or more than max are  found,  the  parser
               prints  an  error  message  to stderr and terminates the calling
               process.  Use min==max to request exactly so many arguments.  As
               a  special value for max, oo is understood as positive infinity.
        -d     stores a (list of) default value(s) for option -opt.  The parser
               pretends these were found on the command line, if option -opt is
               not given.
               WARNING: The number of default values is not checked against the
               minimum and maximum values given for -c.
        -m     declares that -opt is mandatory. Put another way, the ‘‘option’’
               is not really optional but must show up on the command line.  If
               it  does  not,  the parser prints an error message to stderr and
               exits the calling process. This can not be  used  together  with
        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, var‐
        name 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  char**,
        otherwise it has type char*.
        clig(1),   clig_Commandline(7),   clig_Description(7),  clig_Double(7),
        clig_Flag(7), clig_Float(7), clig_Int(7),  clig_Long(7),  clig_Name(7),
        clig_Rest(7), clig_Usage(7), clig_Version(7), clig_parseCmdline(7)