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Jun
28
comment Standard unix util to split “foo.bar.baz” into “foo.bar” + “.baz”?
Thanks for the clarification... I see that I would need two commands (or one command with two different "modes" of operation), and two calls, to do what I want. And also for the pointer about double-quoting the $rest part.
Jun
28
revised Standard unix util to split “foo.bar.baz” into “foo.bar” + “.baz”?
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Jun
28
accepted Standard unix util to split “foo.bar.baz” into “foo.bar” + “.baz”?
Jun
27
revised Standard unix util to split “foo.bar.baz” into “foo.bar” + “.baz”?
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Jun
27
asked Standard unix util to split “foo.bar.baz” into “foo.bar” + “.baz”?
Jun
27
accepted Is there a less convoluted way to set the $path array locally within function?
Jun
27
accepted ${#array} vs ${#array[@]}
Jun
26
asked ${#array} vs ${#array[@]}
Jun
26
comment Is there a less convoluted way to set the $path array locally within function?
Thanks! I ran into some problems with your first suggestion; please the latest EDIT to my post.
Jun
26
revised Is there a less convoluted way to set the $path array locally within function?
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Jun
26
comment Is there a less convoluted way to set the $path array locally within function?
++Thanks for the pointer, and for editing the many typos in my original post!
Jun
26
revised Is there a less convoluted way to set the $path array locally within function?
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Jun
26
revised Is there a less convoluted way to set the $path array locally within function?
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Jun
26
asked Is there a less convoluted way to set the $path array locally within function?
Jun
10
accepted How to sort by multiple columns?
Jun
10
asked How to sort by multiple columns?
May
20
revised Portable way to get script's absolute path?
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May
20
revised Portable way to get script's absolute path?
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May
20
asked Portable way to get script's absolute path?
May
2
comment /usr/bin/env: zsh -: No such file or directory
@Gilles: I've added a link to my post; that link refers to attacks exploiting shebang lines that use #!/bin/sh, but the same attacks, it seems to me, would be possible with #!/bin/zsh.