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Re: Bug in test [ $n != 0 ]; then



> 
> Likely $n9 is being expanded to something with a whitespace in it
> and then being interpreted as multiple arguments, try:
> 
> if [ "$n9" -ne 0 ]; then
> 

You got it.
the variable n9 is got by
    n9=`wc /tmp/$$.Z6 | cut -c1-7 }`
changing that to
    n9=`wc /tmp/$$.Z6 | awk '{ print $1 }'`
which works independent of field width fixed the problem.

Thanks.


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