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In linux, when using the set command (to set behaviors of the shell, like existing on error), using set [...] option instead of set - option to disable the option

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^^ e.g. set +h, to disable the caching of the locations of the binaries set in the PATH

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In linux, when using the set command (to set behaviors of the shell, like existing on error), using set [...] option instead of set - option to disable the option
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In linux, when using the set command (to set behaviors of the shell, like existing on error), using set [...] option instead of set - option to disable the option

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^^ e.g. set +h, to disable the caching of the locations of the binaries set in the PATH

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behavioral settings of the shell. Your current options can be displayed with echo \$- . Various set commands are usually entered at the top of a script or given as command-line options to bash . <span>Using set + option instead of set - option disables the option. Here are a few examples: set -e Exit immediately if any simple command gives an error. set -h Cache the location of commands in your PATH . The shell will become confused if binaries a

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