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Questions about shell scripts, executable files that are interpreted by a shell (bash, zsh, etc.).

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So, in my script, I have to decide whether one of the parameters is a valid email address. I was trying, but it failed. if $maddr="^.$*\(@\)\(*\)\(.\)\(??*\)" then ... It's meant to mean: at least …
asked Apr 28 '14 by Wanderer
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So, I need to write a Bourne-shell script, where my script has to work with the line, that was just echoed to stdout - e.g.: echo *something* | myscript.sh [parametres...] This may be a basic thin …
asked May 18 '14 by Wanderer
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So, I have this piece of a code: while read line do if [ $line = $maddr ] ; then sed -i '/${maddr}/d' mailinglist found=true …
asked May 20 '14 by Wanderer
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Works just fine like this only not with single-quotes but double. I tend to overcomplicate things. while read line do if [ $line = $maddr ] ; then sed …
answered May 20 '14 by Wanderer