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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting How to have semicolon at the end of every line? Post 302843773 by reignangel2003 on Thursday 15th of August 2013 01:57:58 AM
Old 08-15-2013
this is so because i wanted to create a script that will output a create table statement that will be run using isql.

for the semicolon (';'), this should be comma(,). Please see updated output:

Code:
desc AEXEO.ZZ_APL_TIDTYPELIST
(
TID          NUMBER,
INSTYPE      VARCHAR2(3)
);

desc AEXEO.ZZ_CAM_AEORDER
(
ORDER_ID      NUMBER
);

desc AEXEO.ZZ_CAM_AETID
(
TID                          NUMBER,
INSTRUMENT_GROUP_ABBREV      CHAR(3),
INSTRUMENT_TYPE_ID           NUMBER
);

 
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NAME
osascript -- execute OSA scripts (AppleScript, JavaScript, etc.) SYNOPSIS
osascript [-l language] [-i] [-s flags] [-e statement | programfile] [argument ...] DESCRIPTION
osascript executes the given OSA script, which may be plain text or a compiled script (.scpt) created by Script Editor or osacompile(1). By default, osascript treats plain text as AppleScript, but you can change this using the -l option. To get a list of the OSA languages installed on your system, use osalang(1). osascript will look for the script in one of the following three places: 1. Specified line by line using -e switches on the command line. 2. Contained in the file specified by the first filename on the command line. This file may be plain text or a compiled script. 3. Passed in using standard input. This works only if there are no filename arguments; to pass arguments to a STDIN-read script, you must explicitly specify ``-'' for the script name. Any arguments following the script will be passed as a list of strings to the direct parameter of the ``run'' handler. For example, in AppleScript: a.scpt: on run argv return "hello, " & item 1 of argv & "." end run % osascript a.scpt world hello, world. The options are as follows: -e statement Enter one line of a script. If -e is given, osascript will not look for a filename in the argument list. Multiple -e options may be given to build up a multi-line script. Because most scripts use characters that are special to many shell programs (for example, AppleScript uses single and double quote marks, ``('', ``)'', and ``*''), the statement will have to be correctly quoted and escaped to get it past the shell intact. -i Interactive mode: osascript will prompt for one line at a time, and print the result, if applicable, after each line. Any script sup- plied as a command argument using -e or programfile will be loaded, but not executed, before starting the interactive prompt. -l language Override the language for any plain text files. Normally, plain text files are compiled as AppleScript. -s flags Modify the output style. The flags argument is a string consisting of any of the modifier characters e, h, o, and s. Multiple modi- fiers can be concatenated in the same string, and multiple -s options can be specified. The modifiers come in exclusive pairs; if con- flicting modifiers are specified, the last one takes precedence. The meanings of the modifier characters are as follows: h Print values in human-readable form (default). s Print values in recompilable source form. osascript normally prints its results in human-readable form: strings do not have quotes around them, characters are not escaped, braces for lists and records are omitted, etc. This is generally more useful, but can introduce ambiguities. For example, the lists '{"foo", "bar"}' and '{{"foo", {"bar"}}}' would both be displayed as 'foo, bar'. To see the results in an unambiguous form that could be recompiled into the same value, use the s modifier. e Print script errors to stderr (default). o Print script errors to stdout. osascript normally prints script errors to stderr, so downstream clients only see valid results. When running automated tests, how- ever, using the o modifier lets you distinguish script errors, which you care about matching, from other diagnostic output, which you don't. SEE ALSO
osacompile(1), osalang(1), AppleScript Language Guide HISTORY
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