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Re: inconsistent treatment of backslash-bang


From: Lawrence D'Oliveiro
Subject: Re: inconsistent treatment of backslash-bang
Date: Sat, 19 Jul 2008 17:29:37 +1200
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Paul Jarc wrote:

> Lawrence D'Oliveiro <address@hidden> wrote:
>> pk wrote:
>>> This is documented in man bash, and only happens in interactive shells (not
>>> scripts).
>> 
>> I just tried putting my six cases into a script, and I get exactly the same
>> sort of output as interactively.
> 
> How did you invoke the script?  If you do ". ./script", then the
> script commands are being run in the interactive shell, so you'll get
> the same behavior as if you typed them directly.  "./script" will run
> those commands in a new, non-interactive shell.

I spoke too soon...

address@hidden:hack> cat shriek_try
#!/bin/bash
echo "hi there!0"
echo "hi there\!0"
echo hi there\!0
echo "hi there$0"
echo "hi there\$0"
echo hi there\$0

address@hidden:hack> ./shriek_try
hi there!0
hi there\!0
hi there!0
hi there./shriek_try
hi there$0
hi there$0





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