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comment Bracket expression (without ranges) matching unexpected character in bash
That's not true. POSIX specifies that operator = should be used for checking equality. The problem are the missing quotes, not the operator.
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comment How can I monitor CPU usage by user?
I added a version to include every user, not just the ones currently logged in.
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comment How can I monitor CPU usage by user?
Using uppercase variables in shell scripts is surely not a bad idea as nine out of ten scripts in my /etc/init.d/ directory are doing this, too. Overwriting existing environment variables in contrast should be avoided.
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comment How can I monitor CPU usage by user?
I don't think that all uppercase variables must be environment variables. But I agree that overwriting already existing variables is not a very nice style.
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