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I am writing a very simple script which will link shared configuration files. For some reason it does not behave as i expected for file with underscore in name. Does _ (underscore) means something special in zsh?

The mentioned script as it is now:

#!/bin/zsh
STATIC_CONFIG_PATH="/opt/apps/config"
STATIC_CONFIG_FILES=("couchdb.yml" "database.yml" "elasticsearch.yml" "slurm_api.yml")


cd $1/config
ELEMENTS=${#STATIC_CONFIG_FILES[@]}
for (( i=0;i<$ELEMENTS;i++)); do
  if [ ! -L ${STATIC_CONFIG_FILES[${i}]} ]; then
    echo 'Linking '$STATIC_CONFIG_PATH'/'${STATIC_CONFIG_FILES[${i}]}
    ln -s $STATIC_CONFIG_PATH'/'${STATIC_CONFIG_FILES[${i}]}
  fi
done
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Never mind. There is no underscore mistery

slurm_api.yml is ${STATIC_CONFIG_FILES[4]} so the for should be like a

for (( i=1;i<=$ELEMENTS;i++)); do
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