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Re: annoying BASH does not interpret quotation marks right?




Another way to look at it is that you enter the commands in a script
the same way you would on the command line. If you wanted to, you
could manually enter each line of the script at the command prompt,
and it would work.


Exactly, that's what I realized through this exercise. Somehow I was
perceiving of all this as _visually_ creating the same command that one
would normaly type up on a command prompt, but as you say, instead
I should just type up the same command.

Thanks,
Filippos


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