I have an executable script
test under the full path
/home/sawa/foo/bar/test. The directory
/home/sawa/foo/bar is within
$PATH, and has priority over the default ones including
/usr/bin. When I do
to see whether this command is correctly recognized, it returns
with the double slash
//. I know that there is a built in command with the same name
test, and when I remove mine, this one under
/usr/bin/test is returned by
which, so I think it's interfereing in some way.
- What does this double slash mean here, and why is it appearing here?
- My executable
testdoes not seem to work correctly. Why is that?