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Question: How to use tclsqlite in Windows? I just put tclsqlite.dll in Windows directory but that is not working!

Answer: Create a subdirectory named tclsqlite into the lib directory of your tcl installation (usually C:\tcl\lib) and put there the tclsqlite.dll library. Then, put the line:

  load tclsqlite

at the beginning of your code, and you can then use the sqlite command in your tcl script.

Question: Sqlite doesn't automatically have readline command completion on MacOS X. Is it possilbe to install GNU readline after the fact and then link it in?