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In linux, in bash scripting, [...] is different that $1,$2, $3, etc, in that it is not changed by the shift statement Answer$0

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In linux, in bash scripting, [...] is different that $1,$2, $3, etc, in that it is not changed by the shift statement Answer ? Question In linux, in bash scripting, [...] is different that$1, $2,$3, etc, in that it is not changed by the shift statement
$0 If you want to change selection, open document below and click on "Move attachment" 7. Shell Scripting program,$@ expands to all arguments. This behavior is useful for passing all remaining arguments onto a second command. For instance, if test "$1" = "--special" ; then shift myprog2.sh "$@" fi <span>$0 means the name of the program itself and not any command-line argument. It is the command used to invoke the current program. In the above cases, it is ./myprog.sh . Note that$0 is imm

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