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A variable is a name, if correctly chosen with a symbolic meaning, that holds a value or values. Use this tag if your question is specific on the use of variables on shell scripting (if you want to ask about variables in programming languages you should probably ask on StackOverflow)

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I like to make command-line bash variables for testing or for other purposes. I give them generic names like a, b, var1... Sometimes I may forget which variables I've already used. Anyway, is there a …
asked Jan 4 '17 by Galaxy
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a can be any one-digit number, not necessarily 1. That would be hard-wiring the code. I want the variable a to be updated automatically. …
asked May 5 '16 by Galaxy