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Questions on function usage in the context of Unix & Linux (mostly but not exclusively shell scripts). Questions on programming in Python, Perl, Ruby, etc. should be asked on Stack Overflow.

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Suppose I have bash_functions.sh: function test(){ } function test2(){ } And in my ~/.bashrc I do: source ~/bash_functions.sh Is it possible to, when sourcing it, avoid sourcing a specific function? I mean, source everything in bash_functions.sh, except for test? …
asked Mar 20 '11 by Somebody still uses you MS-DOS
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Suppose I have in main.sh: $NAME="a string" if [ -f $HOME/install.sh ] . $HOME/install.sh $NAME fi and in install.sh: echo $1 This is supposed to echo "a string", but it echoes nothing. Why? …
asked Dec 20 '10 by Somebody still uses you MS-DOS