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Jan
18
revised Extract a particular substring from filename
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Jan
18
answered Extract a particular substring from filename
Jan
17
answered Why builtin times doesn't work in pipeline?
Jan
15
revised How do I print all lines of a file with duplicate values in a certain column
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Jan
15
answered How do I print all lines of a file with duplicate values in a certain column
Jan
13
comment Testing for any of a family of related values in a Bash variable
What bash version?
Jan
13
comment Testing for any of a family of related values in a Bash variable
stackoverflow.com/q/34762241/1030675
Jan
12
comment convert table to ini file using bash arrays
@HelenH: Associative array is like a table: the subscripts are strings.
Jan
12
revised convert table to ini file using bash arrays
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Jan
12
comment convert table to ini file using bash arrays
@HelenH: Associative array keys are always unique, so it's the declare -A that handles it.
Jan
12
revised convert table to ini file using bash arrays
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Jan
12
answered convert table to ini file using bash arrays
Jan
12
reviewed Approve convert table to ini file using bash arrays
Jan
11
answered perl: Replace string in file with double quotes
Jan
11
comment How does bash differentiate between brace expansion and command grouping?
You don't need the space between ; and }. { ls;} works as the semicolon is already a meta-character.
Jan
11
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Jan
10
comment How does bash differentiate between brace expansion and command grouping?
{ followed by unquoted space doesn't start brace expansion in bash.
Jan
10
revised How does bash differentiate between brace expansion and command grouping?
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Jan
10
answered How does bash differentiate between brace expansion and command grouping?
Jan
10
comment In bash script, what's the different between declare and a normal variable?
declare makes it possible to create associative arrays, integers, and read-only variables. Also, it expands its arguments, so things like declare $name=1 are possible.