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asked What is git revert --quit for?
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answered Git alias multi-commands with ; and &&
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accepted Why does Bash's “source” command behave differently when called from a function?
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revised Why does Bash's “source” command behave differently when called from a function?
Use Bash's "shift" built-in as a synonym for "set".
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answered Why does Bash's “source” command behave differently when called from a function?
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asked Why does Bash's “source” command behave differently when called from a function?
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answered Why does sed globally substitute only the first occurence in multiple substiutions?
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comment Why does sed globally substitute only the first occurence in multiple substiutions?
@Warwick: Sounds reasonable.
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asked Why does sed globally substitute only the first occurence in multiple substiutions?
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Jun
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comment How to combine Bash's read with HERE-document when shopt -os errexit is in place?
An external command such as cat is always an alternative but I prefer to use Bash built-in's wherever possible. Also inserting \n at the end of each line is not an option for me since my actual text is around 50 lines long.
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asked How to combine Bash's read with HERE-document when shopt -os errexit is in place?