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Aug
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comment Why pipe to cat only to redirect?
Just a useless use of cat.
Aug
23
comment How can I test for the .RAW file extension?
@StéphaneChazelas You are incorrect. files=*.RAW; [ "$files" = "*.RAW" ] works because of the way globbing works when no matches are found. In the absence of nullglob or failglob, when a glob can't be expanded, the shell returns the original glob pattern (in this case, the string *.RAW), which is indeed what the match is looking for.
Aug
23
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Aug
23
answered Is there a plain GNU/Linux OS?
Aug
22
revised How can I test for the .RAW file extension?
Clarify question and retrofit for the Q&A format. Minor grammatical and semantic edits. Retagging.
Aug
22
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Aug
22
answered How can I test for the .RAW file extension?
Apr
19
comment Kernel inotify watch limit reached
Other people might run into this, too. The ps command above says error: process ID list syntax error with procps-ng version 3.3.9 on Ubuntu.
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Dec
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Dec
8
answered Print numbers from 1-50
Nov
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Nov
16
revised Why does my grep expression need to use $'string' to match tab characters?
Clarify question and retrofit for the Q&A format. Retagging.
Nov
16
answered What return/exit values can I use in bash functions/scripts?
Nov
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