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The ash shell does not support brace expansions.

Using Perl, you could do

perl -e 'print join("\n",a..z), "\n"'

where the first \n (in join()) could be replaced by the delimiter of your choice.

If you have the jot utility available,

jot -c - a z

Using Perl, you could do

perl -e 'print join("\n",a..z), "\n"'

where the first \n (in join()) could be replaced by the delimiter of your choice.

The ash shell does not support brace expansions.

Using Perl, you could do

perl -e 'print join("\n",a..z), "\n"'

where the first \n (in join()) could be replaced by the delimiter of your choice.

If you have the jot utility available,

jot -c - a z
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Using Perl, you could do

perl -e 'print join("\n",a..z), "\n"'

where the first \n (in join()) could be replaced by the delimiter of your choice.