From bash manual, for conditional expressions
string1 == string2 string1 = string2
True if the strings are equal.
When used with the
[[command, this performs pattern matching as described above (see Section 188.8.131.52 [Conditional Constructs], page 10).
What does "pattern matching" mean here?
What is "pattern matching" opposed to here?
If not used with
[[but with other commands, what does "this" perform?
‘=’ should be used with the
testcommand for posix conformance.
What does POSIX say here?
What is the sentence opposed to?
==be used with
testcommand? I tried and it seems yes.
=be used with other commands besides
test? I tried
[, and it seems yes.
what are the differences between
In Bash 4.3, I tried
=look the same to me.
=be used interchangeably in any conditional expression?