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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting Multiple file input Post 302883706 by Corona688 on Wednesday 15th of January 2014 03:07:42 PM
Old 01-15-2014
It's not an awk feature, try this:

Code:
$ echo file{,,,}
file file file file

$

Yes, it's pretty obscure, and doesn't work in all Bourne shells. Unfortunately it isn't what you asked for either, you wanted to give it a number.
 

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